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Logitech Denovo Mini _ How to configure ? (solved)
« on: February 17, 2010, 05:46:47 am »
Hello there..

If anyone out there successfully using logitech denovo device fully functional in 8.10 beta please help me.

I am up to the point where following buttons works ..

Media button : play/pause button
windows logo:  volume control and light control.
There is no key acts as F7 for me :(  is this page needs to be updated?? (question to an expert)

I wish....
volume down
volume up
record all buttons work including Powering off the pc .. is any one able to use them ??

Help me out to get this puppy fully functioning.


If nothing.. Please help me out to configure F7 key somehow !!!

Thanks again.
« Last Edit: March 06, 2010, 11:09:27 pm by theteju »


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Re: Logitech Denovo Mini _ How to configure ?
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2010, 05:37:25 am »
Looks like Nobody replied to my post. Finally I resolved my issue for now. atleast I got my FK07 working. I will try my best to explain how I do it.

First of all I followed the wiki

There are few points to mention, My /etc/X11/xorg.conf file did not have the Inputdevice entry just like it is shown in wiki, So I added manually the entry in my xorg.conf file using sudo kate command.

Secondly , editing the xfree86 file in /usr/share/X11/xkb/keycodes just shown in the wiki, I got my windows key working as FK08 and i can control volume and lights. Yet my Home key on the DiNovo (under right) did not act as FK07.

Here what I did,

Open a terminal and type xev and press enter.
This will open a program that will detect your key inputs when you press them on logitech denovo. in my case when I press Home key on the DiNovo (under right) the keycode was 127 instead of 97 shown in wiki.

So I put   <FK07>= 127; in my xfree86 file.

this should work but for some reason it did not until finally I found that need to update the xorg file. I am exactly not sure but I think running AV wizard does update your xorg.conf file. So, Run the AV Wizard , that should run AV wizard on your next boot and again selecting your settings your should get your menu key working as FK07 :)))

I love my logitech denovo now.. amazing device.

NOTE:  trying to creat a device template for it but I think I will have to learn a lot before i even begin. I will try my best though.
some reference
google Xmodmap.

Hope this helps someone.

Take care and Enjoy.