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A4Tech G9-340 Mouse Driver
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Description Mathias Anselmann Adding input device Logitech Unifying Device. Applying InputClass "Keyboard Defaults". Adding extended input device "Logitech Unifying Device.
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If I run "setxkbmap -layout de" the new output of "setxkbmap -print -verbose 10" is: So It seems to me as if my settings aren't applied or overwritten. I use arch linux, with kernel 3. Comment 1 Daniel Stone A4Tech G9-340 Mouse You can start this with: Comment 2 Mathias Anselmann Yes this happens also in a bare session as you proposed: I alos forgot to mention that the keyboard is a K, if this should matter.
Comment 3 Mathias Anselmann Just installed lts kernel 3.
Here is my complete xorg. Nevertheless compiling a kernel without the module results in both - mouse and keyboard - A4Tech G9-340 Mouse unusable, not just in xorg, but even on TTYs. So this module is nowadays mandatory to get this unifying receiver things to work.
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I don't know whether the problems are now kernel or xorg related. I am also affected by the same problem. It's a nasty bug from a user experience point of view: I have done some investigations. The bug surfaced with linux 3.
It changes the way Logitech Unifying devices are treated. Since that time wireless keyboards paired to a Logitech Unifying USB Receiver is attached to the "Virtual core pointer" and not to the "Virtual core keyboard" A4Tech G9-340 Mouse shown in the description of bug That's because the kernel HID driver now reports all kinds of relatives axes and buttons for those keyboards that may not physically exist. I have A4Tech G9-340 Mouse to this conclusion by doing this experiment step by step: They both get attached to the VCP.
It gets attached to the VCK. XKB settings are applied.
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It seems A4Tech G9-340 Mouse as soon as a key press event is received from a device attached to the VCK, the XKB layout settings are taken into account. With just the Logitech Unifying Keyboard present, there is never happens as the only keyboard present is attached to the VCP.
I'm quite lost in the code actuallythe bug A4Tech G9-340 Mouse that XKB setting have to be applied upon the first keypress, whether or not it comes from a device attached to the VCK or the VCP. I have not found where this is supposed to happen in xserver's code But the underlying bug is the same: Comment 6 Mario Natiello I wonder if there is any activity going on around this problem. Thanks, Comment 7 Daniel Martin I hit the problem myself with a Logitech TK and started to A4Tech G9-340 Mouse into it.
Now, I've a few patches fixing the issue here. They don't look like the best approach atm.
I'll pimp and send them to xorg-devel for comments tomorrow. Basically, Mathieu made a good observation in comment 4A4Tech G9-340 Mouse helped a lot to get a starting point. Pressing a key on the "real" keyboard causes a DeviceChangedEvent reason: