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  1. I saw on a thread on the LTT forums someone asking about ICUE in linux, and Nick, the corsair affiliate over there, said for the OP to gather linux users to post over here to voice our desire for linux support. So here I am. Here's the thing about garbage market share numbers: for one, they're obviously not at all accurate. Steam (and some other stat reporters) list linux at around 1 percent, however their methodology is flawed, and then you take something like the Humble Bundle, who reports up to 15 percent of their sales come from Linux. Which is insane given that most of the games they sell don't even run on linux natively. Further, in the enthusiast, general computer-loving community, linux has a far greater proportion of users. Even just releasing a minimal client for things like RGB and fan control, even if it's just something as simple as communicating using the dbus interface, would be all that's necessary to support linux, we can do the rest ourselves. Further, it's been shown time and time again (the Humble numbers are one great example), that when a manufacturer, platform, or developer shows that they are willing to even give token support to linux, we will absolutely throw all the money at that manufacturer/platform/developer. Linux users more than any other group will do most of the work for you, and gladly contribute back as much, if not more, than we are given in terms of support/advancing any software. That's the nature of open-source. Even if you want to release your software on linux under a proprietary license, we will still do a ton of the work and handle most of the support, that's the nature of linux. We just need at minimum the means to do that. Please, please consider doing something like this. Vendor-specific RGB control software is one of the last creature comfort things we are lacking in linux, and treating us as the first-class citizen we deserve to be treated as will give an outsized benefit
  2. Hi Corsair As a Firmware Engineer I have just build a new Workstation with a Ryzen 5950x, Asus Rog Croshair VIII Hero motherboard. Using a Gentoo Linux, currently with kernel gentoo-sources 5.4.80 gives the following warning on boot. dec 24 12:46:28 nova kernel: nvme nvme0: missing or invalid SUBNQN field. dec 24 12:46:28 nova kernel: nvme nvme0: Shutdown timeout set to 10 seconds This issue with invalid SUBNQN field is a known issue in a number of NVMe units. If you look at the kernel code you will see that it has a dedicated quirk for it. See NVME_QUIRK_IGNORE_DEV_SUBNQN in https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/master/drivers/nvme/host/pci.c So my question is what is fixed in firmware 13 for the drive? Does it include the wrong SUBNQN field? I can't find a detailed changelog, preferable with info about for each commit done to the firmware codebase between the two releases. Second is the firmware files available somewhere or only the tool? Based on the input from others regarding the new firmware and performance I will be relectant to upgrade until I know if the issue about the SUBNQN is fixed. If anyone have an upgraded MP600 1TB, can you please boot a linux (just a bootable USB pen) and verify if you see the issue. Just use the journalctl -b
  3. Hi there, Is there any problem with using this headset on linux (ubuntu)? I prefer to ask before buying :)
  4. Hallo Leute, ich suche für meine Corsair Produkte die iCUE Software für LINUX. Ich hoffe Ihr könnt mir helfen.
  5. Apparently the pump has 3 modes but Link won't work on Linux (without fanagaling like running wine) so does anyone know if the pump mode can be set from Linux? and if not, does it matter? My concern is that without setting the mode the pump will be running flat out all the time as a default and therefore wear out prematurely. For that matter, what are the pump modes? I'm guessing you see them through the Windows Corsair software.
  6. Guten Tag liebes Corsair-Forum, ich nutze seit einer Weile die oben genannte Tastatur K70 RGB LUX und habe in Windows 10 auch kaum Beanstandungen. *Auch über das Flackern einzelner Tasten bei dynamischen Beleuchtungsszenarien kann ich hinweg sehen. (Edit: Flackern ist nach dem Upgrade auf die neue Firmware + iCue Software nicht mehr vorhanden!) Da ich aber auch ein Dualboot mit Ubuntu (Mate) 16.04.3 LTS nutze, habe ich dort die Erfahrung gemacht, dass die Tastatur im Bootloader (Grub 2) - ebenso wie im UEFI - zwar wie gewohnt funktioniert. Sobald aber der Authentifizierungsbildschirm (Passwortabfrage) vom OS kommt, wird die Tastatur fast immer nicht erkannt. Erst wenn ich die Tastatur heraus ziehe, um sie dann wieder einzustecken, findet sie Ubuntu in den meisten Fällen wieder. Ich habe ein paar Dinge bereits ohne nachhaltigen Erfolg getestet: - Die quirks 0x20000000 sowie 0x400 und 0x8: 0x20000000 hat zu Beginn nach komplettem Kaltstart (Rechner für >halbe Minute komplett vom Netz nehmen) gewirkt. (bei Neustarts nicht) Die anderen beiden hatten mMn jedoch keine Auswirkung. (Jedenfalls ergab sich an dem Problem dadurch keine Verbesserung) - Das Gerät per usbreset.c (aus ubuntuusers wiki) rücksetzen hatte ebenso keine Auswirkung. - Die Dampfhammer-Methode "rc.local"-script zum deaktivieren und aktiveren des xhci controllers hat (ich glaube) 3 mal funktioniert. Danach war die Tastatur wieder vollständig deaktiviert und ab und an wurden nach einem Neustart Mausklicks vervielfacht. Die Tastatur leuchtet zumeist, schaltet sich aber mitunter auch nach ein paar Minuten ab, wenn die Tasten nicht reagieren - sie also nicht erkannt wurde. Ich nutze auch im OS den ckb-next Treiber in neuester Version und die laut CUE (Windows) neueste Firmware. Ich habe auch ein Log des Kernels erstellt, weiß aber nicht, wie ich es hier einbinden soll. Vielen Dank an alle, die sich mir und meinem Problem annehmen wollen. Grüße Fe_Lix
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