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Hello! I was wondering if i could use the extra functions on my logitech mx keyboard? Its a remote keyboard and it has extra functions / keys such as Sleep, ...
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    Logitech MX Keyboard - Extra Functions Aviliable in Linux?


    Hello!

    I was wondering if i could use the extra functions on my logitech mx keyboard? Its a remote keyboard and it has extra functions / keys such as Sleep, Volume Control, Scroll Wheel, Skip Track, Mute etc... is there anyway I can download / install a driver so that CentOS understands the extra keys?




    Thanks!





    Adam

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    Of course. I planned to buy such and some other owners of that keyboard told me that they were able to map all the buttons in Linux. I still didn't buy it, but I think that this link will help: http://www.geektimelinux.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=28

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    You might take a look at Lineak:

    http://lineak.sourceforge.net/
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    Thanks guys!

    I will have a look when i get home and see what I can find!

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