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?
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.
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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.
I have a Wireless mouse made by Perixx. It's a mouse/keyboard combo that runs through a single USB radio dongle. On Ubuntu, the mouse and keyboard become periodically jerky and sticky. For the mouse, that means the motion freezes and periodically as it goes across the screen. Then it is smooth again. The cycle seems regular, about every 5-10 seconds or so. Similar with the keyboard.
Logitch Wireless Combo MK260
Ubuntu 12.04 precise
Connect keyboard & mouse there was no connection with Ubuntu.
Search the web found last year there was problems with connection with usb keyboard & mouse
I believe one has to make special files etc for the thing to work.
There should be a fix...