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07-28-2008 06:50 AM
I've always bought input-devices from Logitech. I've got several keyboards, mice and steering wheels from Logitech. These are great products and I'd like to buy more products from Logitech in the future, but I'll only do so when Logitech starts to support Linux. I only buy product from those who support Linux (for example my printer which has Tux on the box and the Linux-drivers included on the CD). So support Linux or you'll lose customers (as you can read in the other Linux-threads in these forums). Open your eyes ao you'll see all those people in these forums asking for Linux-support and treathning to leave if you don't support Linux.
Logitech release Linux-drivers for all of your products, add a Tux-logo to the products on your website (and on the retail box) so everyone can see they are compatible with Linux and...
release keyboards without the Windows-logo. Make some keyboards with a Tux-key.
10-06-2008 05:18 AM
11-06-2008 12:11 PM
Ubuntu 8.04.1+ (and probably 7.10).
Go to "System" -> "Preferences" -> "Keyboard"
Choose the "Layouts" tab -> There's a selection list for Keyboard Model. Choose Logitech under Vendor and your keyboard under model. There's as new as diNovo Edge listed - which BTW Logitech, is why I'm buying one and btnx (in Ubuntu repositories) is why I use multiple MX Revolution mice.
THANK YOU!!! to whoever made this possible at Ubuntu. Did Logitech have anything to do with it?
I whole heartedly agree with a tux logo on the box, website and "windbloze" key.
BTW: Some of us have been after Logitech to support Linux until well past blue in the face. I gave up last year and then stumbled across the btnx package. I then tried a MX revolution mouse and it works pretty good.
I see it as a toy; something made of cheap plastic, with holes in it, and the wheels falling off. ”