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== How to Make G300 Work Correctly ==
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== How to make G300 work correctly ==
  
 
This Wiki page will show you how to get your G00 mouse working as desired.
 
This Wiki page will show you how to get your G00 mouse working as desired.
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Here's the code:
 
Here's the code:
 
  #!/bin/sh
 
  #!/bin/sh
  DEVICE_ID=`xinput list |  grep "Logitech Gaming Mouse G300" | grep keyboard | sed 's/.*id=\([0-9]*\).*/\1/'`
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  DEVICE_ID=$(xinput list |  grep "Logitech Gaming Mouse G300" | grep keyboard | sed 's/.*id=\([0-9]*\).*/\1/')
 
   
 
   
 
  if xinput -list-props $DEVICE_ID | grep "Device Enabled" | grep "1$" > /dev/null
 
  if xinput -list-props $DEVICE_ID | grep "Device Enabled" | grep "1$" > /dev/null
 
  then
 
  then
    xinput set-int-prop $DEVICE_ID "Device Enabled" 8 0
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        xinput set-int-prop $DEVICE_ID "Device Enabled" 8 0
 
  fi
 
  fi
  

Revision as of 20:45, 29 May 2013

How to make G300 work correctly

This Wiki page will show you how to get your G00 mouse working as desired.

G300 is recognized as both mouse and keyboard by system, you could check by execute:

xinput list | grep G300

We have to disable the G300 keyboard to make it work correctly.

Here's the code:

#!/bin/sh
DEVICE_ID=$(xinput list |  grep "Logitech Gaming Mouse G300" | grep keyboard | sed 's/.*id=\([0-9]*\).*/\1/')

if xinput -list-props $DEVICE_ID | grep "Device Enabled" | grep "1$" > /dev/null
then
        xinput set-int-prop $DEVICE_ID "Device Enabled" 8 0
fi

Simply execute the code above to see if it's working.

And you could put it into your xinitrc.d to make it load automatically.