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This is an unofficial driver for Logitech mice and keyboard.
This is currently only compatible with HID++ >2.0 devices.
You may also refer to logid.example.cfg for an example.
Default location for the configuration file is /etc/logid.cfg, but another can be specified using the
This project requires a C++14 compiler,
libconfig. For popular distributions, I've included commands below.
sudo pacman -S cmake libevdev libconfig pkgconf
sudo apt install cmake libevdev-dev libudev-dev libconfig++-dev
sudo dnf install cmake libevdev-devel systemd-devel libconfig-devel gcc-c++
sudo emerge dev-libs/libconfig dev-libs/libevdev dev-util/cmake virtual/libudev
sudo eopkg install libevdev-devel libconfig-devel libgudev-devel
sudo zypper install cmake libevdev-devel systemd-devel libconfig-devel gcc-c++ libconfig++-devel libudev-devel
To build this project, run:
mkdir build cd build cmake .. make
To install, run
sudo make install after building. You can set the daemon to start at boot by running
sudo systemctl enable logid or
sudo systemctl enable --now logid if you want to enable and start the daemon.
This program is (and will always be) provided free of charge. If you would like to support the development of this project by donating, you can donate to my Ko-Fi below.
I'm also looking for contributors to help in my project; feel free to submit a pull request or e-mail me if you would like to contribute.
Logitech, Logi, and their logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Logitech Europe S.A. and/or its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries. This software is an independent product that is not endorsed or created by Logitech.
Thanks to the following people for contributing to this repository.