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There are accounts on the Ubuntu forums that indicate the G-keys work under If someone have these headsets can share their experience.
Logitech G930 not working with Ubuntu 14.04
The same approach applies above for applying firmware: The microphone was recognized and used without problem. However, my settings shown above are probably quite moderate, avoid those distortions and result in great sound with the Logitech G headset.
When you adjust the volume, either with your computer’s ACPI buttons or the roller on the side of the headset, sometimes a faint crackling is audible. Have you tried switching outputs with the actual pulseaudio volume switcher? I’m happy with my purchase.
Appreciate the thorough review. Has anyone gotten the buttons to work under linux Apart from the default mapping!
I’m going to order G and I’ll also put my feedback here. Hence, KDE reverts to the main configuration at that point. Hi, a little self-promotion here but I just got this headset myself and am currently working on a library and tool to control and configure it!
It looks identical in the photos apart from the wire and has the same controls. Can you confirm this behaviour or is there something else going wrong for me? The surround button is still a dud.
A properly working and simple to use PulseAudio device chooser application would be great. Having a problem logging in? Ran this and it sounded great. The ‘base station’ is a purely passive device.
Surround Sound on Ubuntu with Logitech G? – Ask Ubuntu
It is also picked up in the alsamixer. Failed to load module “module-alsa-card” argument: I am running Ubuntu It would be nice if I could program those on Linux as well, for example to pause my music player, or to pick up an incoming Skype call.
Question # : Questions : alsa-driver package : Ubuntu
As soon as I connect it to the windows machine again, the correct mapping is applied. Controlling Volume Controlling volume settings will either be by using the sliding volume wheel on the headset itself or you can manage them independently inside the application within pavucontrol.
My focus is using it for wireless audio and mic for work on Linux. Hey Will, thanks for your reply! Results 1 to 10 of Email required Address never made public. None Link to a FAQ.