I have a Raspberry Pi B+with goodies for sale.
-16GB MicroSD ($10 Value)
-Wifi USB Dongle ($10-20 Value)
-Wireless Keyboard/Mouse with Dongle ($10-20 Value)
(It has been opened to clean the sensor, 100% working)
-Raspberry Pi Case ($20 Value)
I bought a logitech mk360 wireless mouse and keyboard, it worked for a week or so and then the cursor kept freezing up on me forcing me back to a corded combo. What I am looking for is a combo that says right on the box this works with Linux, no ifs ands or butterfingers. Is there such a creature out there in the wilds?
I have an old Compaq LTE 5400 that has what appears to be a combo PS/2 mouse and keyboard port. When I tried plugging JUST a USB-to-PS/2 converter and a couple of my optical mice (just the mouse, no keyboard), while it was getting power, it didn't seem to recognize it and wouldn't work.
Do I need just a mouse/keyboard splitter (like this?
Earlier this year my son purchased a Note 2.
I'd like to be able to use a keyboard, mouse, USB hard drive, and HDMI simultaneously.
Is this possible?
I have a 50% off cupon for Samsung accessories. I see they have a dock/keyboard combo I can purchase. The keyboard has a Samsung connector on it.
I've just bought a raspberry pi. I've connect my raspberry pi and my desktop computer to 1 monitor by using a monitor switch. But does anyone know how I can do the same with my keyboard and mouse, so I can use the same mouse and keyboard for both computers?
I use Xubuntu 12.04 on my desktop and wheezy on my raspberry.
I am running a Logitech ex-100 combo wireless mouse/keyboard and I'd like to map the multi-media keys to work.
Both devices work now - although the mouse seems a little slow and laggy.
Does anyone have any suggestion how I can tell the system what keyboard I am using ? It recognizes them (in dmesg) but thinks I have a 105-key keyboard.
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