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shmerl: But here is something developers can actually use right now:
http://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2014/03/20/opengl-gdc2014/
I would like to see it used more, including for Windows too.
Post edited March 27, 2014 by JohnnyDollar
Interview With The Developer Of ROCCAT's Open Source Gaming Hardware Drivers For Linux. I found this to be an interesting read, especially as many still don't know that at least ROCCAT provides support for gaming peripherals on Linux, and with open source drivers at that!
Interesting. I've never even heard of ROCCAT before.
If you are interested in Age of Wonders III for Linux, please leave your comment.
Post edited March 31, 2014 by shmerl
I've occassionaly heard about Roccat before but never had a closer look.
They should really be more vocal about their Linux support.

Anyways, my next mouse and keyboard might be from Roccat then.
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Freakgs: I've occassionaly heard about Roccat before but never had a closer look.
They should really be more vocal about their Linux support.

Anyways, my next mouse and keyboard might be from Roccat then.
Regarding the mouse, I may do the same thing when my Logitech G3 dies since, last I checked, Logitech only had the features I wanted if I was willing to compromise and go wireless.

Aside from that, their product lines don't seem to be focused in my direction. I used to have an original Logitech G15 but I gave it to my brother after about 5 years in favour of a Rosewill RK-9000I because it's got Cherry MX Blue switches, feels solid enough to be used as a weapon, and I managed to get it on sale.

(I'm not big on bling, if I need macros, I've redefined Caps Lock as the little-known Hyper modifier (1, 2) and, if I need an LCD (or an LED bar graph) on my desk, that's what cheap Arduino Leonardo clones and eBay (1, 2) are for. (or one of several ready-built USB solutions with Linux support, available on eBay for around $50))

...however, if anyone knows where I could get an older model Unicomp Ultra Classic 104-key with Buckling Springs from before they swapped the positions of the right Alt and Windows keys (and changed the sizes so the keycaps weren't interchangeable), please let me know. (Basically, I want an IBM Model M in a 104-key layout)