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Logitech’s tech support asked me “Is Linux a program you are running on Windows? Horizontal scrolling doesn’t work because it interprets the horizontal swipe as key 8 and 9 forward and back. Juha Logiteech December 17, at Email required Address never made public. I have never encountered a keyboard, wired or wireless, that did not work with Linux. Besides the camera, I also bought a very basic computer yesterday equipped with the Logitech K wireless keyboard. The touch-pad works, including two-finger scrolling and double-tap gestures, the two-finger scrolling and mouse-buttons however seem somewhat unresponsive at times – probably the same issue as the sticky keys – perhaps the RPi loyitech interfering with the RF signal and it is dropping data packets.
Don’t know what happen with flylikeahorse. I wanted something where I also can surf the web easy and able to type fast.
I can confirm that both vertical and horizontal scrolling with two finger swipe are supported out of the box on ubuntu On occasion I would get a sticky key, press the ‘k’ once and multiple ‘k’s’ would appear on screen. The keyboard works fine with no sticky keys or lost touchpad input on a regular Linux-based PC, but sticky keys are extremely common on the Raspberry Pi to the point of the keyboard being almost completely unusable.
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Any idea on how to fix this issue? Board index All times are UTC. Having a problem logging in? If you need to reset your password, click here. Has anyone tried it with a powered hub?
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Does it work for Fri Jul 06, 7: You can potentially help others having the same problem! Olgitech more systematic problem I have found is that even with mouse speed and acceleration set to max in LXDE, it still takes endless stroking on the pad to get the mouse pointer across the screen.
Yes Ethernet connected to NetGear DG used as a wireless access point which in turn is connected to a powerline plug to the main router Notes: Then maybe we can come to some sort of consensus and update the Verified Peripherals page on eLinux, and avoid having people buying keyboards that aren’t compatible. Please try to linx make helpful replies to questions.
Set back in the recliner, and enjoying my media entertainment. And, just for the record, it works flawlessly for me as well on Debian. Thank you for checking.
Arnaud Diederen January 15, at 5: Can be plugged into and used at the same time. However, it does not appear to be possible to get raw multitouch event data not even in Windows to implement custom gestures zooming, rotating, and other fun.
It does not seem any j400 responsive with the WiFi removed however.