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Old 06-11-2020, 05:26 AM
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I had a look at the OpenRGB page and he has details on the commander pro fan control, and is tinkering with it.
Looks like a project to keep an eye on
https://gitlab.com/CalcProgrammer1/O...g-Node-Devices
I have created an open source version of the Commander PRO using Arduino, I think this should help creating driver for it https://github.com/Legion2/CorsairLightingProtocol
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I would also like to request iCUE support for Linux. CKB-next works in a limited fashion, but after setting up and using iCUE in Windows, what we get using CKB-next on the Linux side of my box leaves a lot to be desired. Appreciate your time and consideration of this request.
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Old 08-06-2020, 02:45 PM
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I'm mostly using Windows but sometimes Linux too. It would be nice use Corsair hardware with full support on Linux.
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I would love to see iCue for linux especially Ubuntu. I run mostly all corsair because syncing them was easy on iCue but my rigs been a mess since I moved over to linux.
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First they have to figure out iCUE for windows. It's far from finished given the huge resource usage and ton of bugs present. Fingers crossed...
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Kiddo has Corsair RGB Void Elite Headset given by a relative as a Gift. Kiddo is Linux only, so right now only has access to the basics on the Headset. The rest of the family needs new headsets, but w/o Linux support, we can't consider Corsair. Your support department was contacted, and came back with "We can't contact the Developers or the Product Management Team." We have also worn out current keyboards & mice, so we are going to need to purchase new ones soon. And we are looking to upgrade when we do purchase.

So, two issues dealing with Corsair:
* No Linux support
* Customer support can't contact anybody for fixing issues == no Product Support
Notable item: We need to purchase multiple headsets, keyboards, and mice (for multiple computers & workstations) over the next 3 months.

Q: Why should we purchase additional products from Corsair when we can't make full use of the one that we have?
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Old 09-15-2020, 08:31 PM
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Hi I am a new user to Linux using POPOS. I would love more support for linux as Windows games and other applications have become increasingly more unstable I took the jump and went to this OS based on IT professor suggestion. Don't regret it, but would buy CORSAIR products if they had ICUE and driver support on Linux.
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