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Linux driver for Logitech V450

I just received a Logitech laptop mouse, which worked right out of the box, however, there is no driver for Ubuntu (linux) that I can find. How can I get the full functions of the V450?

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  • shorehugger Apr 17, 2008

    Here's a link to a how-to for making the logitech V450 work in Ubuntu:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t...

    Shorehugger

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Logitech do not provide drivers for any platform other than Windows and Macintosh..Therefore there are no drivers for Linux. You will be able to use it as a regular mouse, but cannot use the higher functions unfortunately..

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