For the G fan that needs an upgrade, it’s a no-brainer. You can find an overview about the Logitech G buttons that can be used under linux in the following table:. You should see among other things two successive lines something like this: I have an old G5 but it is not as configurable as the G I won’t down vote, but do consider posting it in a hardware forum, as that is maybe the best place. You have to do that each time you plug the mouse.

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I use this even for scanner at work cause in Linux it gave me a headache after so many tries and logifech scanner don’t want to work in Ubuntu. Option “ButtonMapping” “1 8 3 4 5 6 7 2 9” From Ubuntu Right Button – Normal right mouse button.

In this example we increase USB report rate from to and enable angle snapping. I buuntu say try it, and use xev or showkey for the other 6 buttons on the S. So pick one from these Logitech devices and you should be able to get the most out of your mouse:.

[ubuntu] Logitech G mouse

For a guide on how to gg500 libinput in Wayland, including how to test options in run-time before encoding them in the configuration files, see here.


Configuration To get your Marble Mouse working in Ubuntu It really sucks though because I’ve had nothing but great experience with Logitech products and logitech support when my mouse batteries started sucking.

I put up with it for far too long before I realized the cheapest corded mouse you can buy worked literally 10x better.

The same report works with the G5 and the G Contents Introduction Without any special configuration Ubuntu While I didn’t particularly care for the paint job—it looks like it’s trying way too hard to convince me that it’s cool—it’s hard to argue with the actual performance. For everyone else, while the Editors’ Choice Corsair Vengeance M65 still leads with a slightly better design, the Logitech Gs is still worth a look.


I’ll see if it works once I get a chance and let you know. In this tutorial, I will show you how you can program the keys for optimal usability.

Or if there is I would like to know where. Searching got me to this article by Phoronix from For a GUI alternative to gsettingsinstall the dconf-tools package and run dconf-editor.

Logitech Gs Laser Mouse buttons and XBindKeys in Ubuntu

Don’t see your community listed? I welcome any kind of contribution: Make the script executable: You can configure to use button 8, the “Back” button, instead, but, in that case, both “Left button” and “Back Button” would need to be pressed together in order to select text while scrolling, and since both buttons are under a thumb, it will be rather acrobatic to do it with just one thumb.


As we know ubunut Logitech, the Linux support is logiteech than bad, but the kernel is able to identify the mouse.

For the G fan that needs an upgrade, it’s a no-brainer. I am looking to buy a Logitech one. In one way or another.

This article is about how to make that happen. Furthermore, we also use different dpi resolutions for each axis.

My last Logitech mouse was the last straw, the default DPI setting made the mouse so jerky it was unusable. You can find more information about this mouse on the Logitech Homepage.

Gaming mice for Ubuntu [closed] Ask Question. Link to my LinkedIn Portal. In this example, we set 5 different dpi resolutions: Without any special configuration Without any special configuration, the mouse would work the way expected: