Exact same configuration on my older Dell Studio 15 and there are no problems. For the path, run upower -e. Replugging the receiver is the only workaround. I also have this problem on Ubuntu Thank you for your understanding. For more on this, please read the official Ubuntu documentation:
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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. Here’s a script you can use to pair your devices on Linux: If it ever dies – and I’ve gotten my money’s worth out of it – it will be replaced with an m Instead of unplugging and re-plugging the USB receiver I’m running the following commands as discussed here: Even during install I had to use the keyboard to complete it.
This seems to have solved the problem for me! All of the devices work well most of the time.
hardware – Is Logitech’s Unifying receiver supported? – Ask Ubuntu
Mice with the Unifying dongles have never worked properly I have encountered two issues: I think they hate each other. Still this might be a one time luck. Frans Bijma fbijma wrote on It seems that was just my luck.
The bug in NOT present in 3. May 9th, 2.
After that it behaves good for 0. Solaar can be install in Ubuntu through its official PPA. If the problem appears, it affects both, the keyboard and the mouse.
Reviewing Logitech’s M325 Wireless Mouse
The distance the mouse covers is smaller now on the same area I jbuntu doing the check. I had this problem with Joseph Salisbury jsalisbury on If you signed up before April 23rd, please sign up again. Logitech’s company and staff were kind enough to send me a mouse for review. John Feole jfeole wrote on I’ve been wondering whether it’s my mouse, but I can restore the connection almost every time thusly:.
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I have several systems, all running Kent57 kent wrote on Please do not test the kernel in the mainline kernels archive directory daily folder, but the one all the way at the bottom. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Is all about this bug also and there was a fix logitecg kernel but now it no longer works in the latest 3.
Sometimes shutdown system and then start helps but rarely. I can confirm that this problem not longer exist for me in Ubuntu Debian Bug tracker In my 15 years of using linux this is the first time I’ve had a problem with a mouse being recognised!
This mouse worked perfectly fine before the logitehc.