Logitech M570 and MXErgo Trackballs work natively on Ubuntu Desktop

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Logitech M570 and MXErgo Trackballs work natively on Ubuntu Desktop

Unread post by superpowter77 » Thu Sep 26, 2019 6:42 am

Just to add some hardware supported on the database for Odroid-N2 peripherals.
They work beautifully and almost natively under Ubuntu Desktop 18.04 using Solaar Utility(0.9.2 version). Input devices are properly recognized and have been able to pair up to 3 logitech input devices with a single(1) unifying logitech receiver as M510 optical mouse, K360 keyboard, Trackball M570 and Trackball MX Ergo.Was highly surprised after realized all the buttons on my new trackballs are fully working without any extra configuration.
Under Solaar utility all my wireless input devices show their current battery status, including Smooth Scrolling and Side Scrolling functions (for optical mouse only).
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Re: Logitech M570 and MXErgo Trackballs work natively on Ubuntu Desktop

Unread post by rooted » Sun Sep 29, 2019 7:34 pm

Thanks for the information.

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