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Old 10-28-2014, 05:10 AM
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Default (Unofficial) Linux / OSX Driver

Download + Source code: https://github.com/ccMSC/ckb

Supported devices:
K65 RGB keyboard
K70 RGB and non-RGB keyboards
K95 RGB and non-RGB keyboards
Strafe RGB and non-RGB keyboards
M65 RGB mouse
Scimitar RGB mouse
The "Gaming" and "Vengeance" models are both supported.

Supported operating systems:
Linux (Ubuntu, Mint, etc)
Mac OS X v10.9 - v10.11 (Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan)

Currently SUPPORTED features:
RGB lighting and animations
Reactive lighting
Key rebinding (with a limited number of special functions)
K95 G-key support
Multiple independent binding and lighting modes
Customizable mouse DPI

Currently UNSUPPORTED features:
Advanced key macros
Importing and exporting of profiles (including CUE profiles)


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Update 2015/01/08:
New video showing off some of the more advanced animation development.


Original post:
Here's a short sample video:

I'm building a driver for the RGB keyboards so that us Linux users don't miss out on the cool features. Many thanks to CalcProgrammer1 and others (link to his thread here) for decoding the LED messages - wouldn't have gotten this far without them. I really liked the music visualizer and wanted to restructure it into more of a generic driver, so here's my attempt.

It's very incomplete at the moment, needs more fine-tuning and it's still missing major features like key rebinding or the use of the G-keys, but if anyone else out there uses one of these keyboards with Linux I'd love some testing/feedback. It *should* work with the K70 as well as the K95, although I only have a K95 so I can't test the former. Might be possible to run it under OSX as well. I'll keep the GitHub posted as I make progress.

Last edited by MSC; 11-11-2015 at 03:54 AM. Reason: Updated support list
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