11-16-2008 10:20 AM
I 've been a Windows user since 3.11 and I have now started using Ubuntu Linux as well. I like it and I also believe it is the future. Remember what happened with IE and Firefox - 20% market share isnt that bad is it?
Unfortunately big companies like Logitech (which is my favorite brand for mice amongst other things) do not provide support for Linux users like me. Since I am a beginer I cannot easily configure (it is possible of course Ive seen the guide) my MX Revolution in Ubuntu so Setpoint for Linux would be nice. Is it so hard for Logitech developers to add this option? Just make the stupid thing and provide no support. We users will do most of the testing and let you know of the problems. At least make a start - and to Ubuntu developers - please try not to brake user configurations with every new release you make (Btnx for example).
Hopefully - now that you are a big company with lots of money and developers - you will finally listen. LINUX is out there... and beginers have heard about it.. and those who test it ...like it no matter of the difficulties.
11-17-2008 01:56 AM
Not sure about any plans for Linux support in the future, but there is a method to enable full mouse functionality in Linux. Please refer to the following link for further details:
11-17-2008 10:40 AM
HIDpoint guys are doing a nice effort to bring similar functionality to Linux... are you providing some support to them? I am asking because although they have done some excellent progress it seems that lately the project is moving slowly...
For your reference, site: http://www.hidpoint.com/