Errol, if you feel the fix doesn’t work then please comment in: It’s been a nightmare. I actually purchased one and opened it in the store parking lot, read the part in the accompanying documentation that Mac OS X and Linux are not supported. Or I might get Das Keyboard! Join Date Oct Beans 2. This worked flawlessly — thanks a lot for your awesome work! After reboot it is on the updated firmware now.
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Updating Logitech Hardware on Linux
Arnaud Diederen April 8, at 6: All you need are the generic keyboard and usb drivers. Shortly after this announcement, Logitech prepared an update which mitigated some of these problems, and ubbuntu again a few weeks later prepared another update that worked around and fixed the various issues exploited by the malicious firmware.
However I have some questions about enterprise usage.
No devices can be updated: Our community has a lot of Raspberry Pi folks, and the Logitech K keyboard is very popular. How to put in boot loader mode? If you would like to test this, you first need o400 version of fwupd that is able to talk to the hardware.
So I’m getting a wireless keyboard for my birthday, and my cousin recommends a certain Logitech keyboard. The vulnerabilities are complex to replicate and would require a hacker to be physically close to a target.
I have been curious about the Logitech ever since.
What are good wireless keyboards compatible with Ubuntu? : Ubuntu
You loggitech not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. My M Logitech mouse has the Unifying logo underneath, but my receiver does not have the unifying logo anywhere. Want to add to the discussion? Have you tried removing the other devices, just for testing purposes?
It works out-of-the-box with no configurations required. See full activity log. You are commenting using your WordPress. Longer term however it will be interesting to see how we handle bug fixes to bionic’s libinput.
You need to log in to change this bug’s status. To get the same fix in Ubuntu Pulling out the USB plug and putting it back ubunth would make it work again, but only until I left-clicked again.
It works perfectly fine on my Ubuntu box too, and when my wireless microsoft keyboard finally dies its great tooI will get a Logitech replacement, something more advanced than the MK Maybe how many vendors have shown interest?