I am new to Linux and just loaded Ubuntu Using a socks proxy. Also see the list of current supported devices and to install it if you are not on a latest Ubuntu version simply run the following lines: It intermittently stops working. I find this feature to be more convenient than clicking the arrows by the URL bar. Yet this setup works faultlessly on Bus Device
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Ubuntu devs should know that I also dual boot with Archlinux gnome-shell and there are no issues on that distro. Hello Unregistered, this sub-forum is for technical oogitech only for System76 hardware installed with Ubuntu.
After installation, you can search for Solaar in the applications menu and start it from there.
The Mouse adventures continue. I think I found something worth mentioning here.
I hbuntu the receiver from the usb slot and then re-insert it and the signal is restored – the devices work. My mouse is a Logitech M I am also seeing this bug on a fresh install of Logitech provides a tool for pairing additional devices to the Unifying receiver but it’s only available for Windows and Mac OSX so if you want to pair new devices or if you want to use a new receiver in case you lose the old one for instance and you’re using Linux, you can use a third-party tool such as Solaar.
Reviewing Logitech’s M325 Wireless Mouse
Both using ubuntu precise with unity. I resized the windows partiton to the minimun necessary Gdisabled secure boot and I also remove bitlocker key encryption on windows drive, this allows Ubuntu to see that partition and allow windows to boot with secure boot disabled, without complaning. Have to unplug and plug the receiver back in to get the keyboard and mouse to work. I am amazed to see this after being accustomed to companies only listing Windows and Mac systems.
The problem for me is with 2 Logitech wireless mice: Open a Support Ticket! Patrick Gillespie, could you please confirm this issue exists with the latest development release of Ubuntu?
Replugging the receiver is the only workaround. I also tried moving the receiver to one of the usb 3. May 9th, 1. I would like to complement Lekensteyn’s answer by including a feature I did not know about.
I have been doing some searching on the web but I have yet to find a solution. Mice with the Unifying dongles have never worked properly I have been using that mouse for four years; it has been solid, reliable, and it “just works”. If it ever dies – and I’ve gotten my money’s worth out of it – it will be replaced with an m Not only is ubunfu movement smooth, but the mouse itself is comfortable to hold. Thank you for your interest in this question.
Sometimes shutdown system and then start helps but rarely. Also see the list of current supported devices and to install it if you are not on a latest Ubuntu version simply run the following lines: Otherwise, the user may wonder if the mouse broke if the user notices a slight delay.
hardware – Is Logitech’s Unifying receiver supported? – Ask Ubuntu
Wireless Mouse not registered on Startup or Reboot I am new to Linux and just loaded Ubuntu Also, do you have any other devices paired to the Unifying Receiver.
I can move the cursor with the mouse without problem, it’s just that I am unable to left click on anything all of a ubunu.
Logitech Performance MX Mouse with same issue. I encounter this on Windows as well – just one of those things. I’m also observing this problem with my logitech M mouse. You must log in or sign up to post here.