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Pair / Unpair Logitech Unifying Devices In Linux With Solaar

The Logitech Unifying receiver supports connecting up to six compatible wireless mice and keyboards however, only the device that comes with the receiver is already paired (and thus, only that device will work out of the box with the receiver).Logitech provides a tool for pairing additional devices to the Unifying receiver but it’s only available for Windows and Mac OSX so if you want to pair new devices or if you want to use a new receiver (in case you lose the old one for instance) and you’re using Linux, you can use a third-party tool such as Solaar.Solaar is a Linux tool that allows you to manage Logitech Unifying Receiver mice and keyboards, that comes with both a GUI and command line interface.The application can be used to pair / unpair Logitech devices to the Unifying receiver, it can display the battery status for most devices and, for some peripherals, it supports some extra settings that aren’t available through the standard Linux system configuration:K750 Solar Keyboard: display the current lighting value (Lux);K360, MK700, K750 and K800 keyboards: toggle the FN key state;Performance MX Mouse: change the DPI;M705 Marathon Mouse and M510 Wireless Mouse: toggle smooth scrolling.Solaar currently supports all

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