g15daemon - provides access to extra keys and the LCD available on the logitech
G15Daemon allows users access to all extra keys by decoding them and pushing
them back into the kernel via the linux UINPUT driver. This driver must be
loaded before g15daemon can be used for keyboard access.
The G15 LCD is also supported. By default, with no other clients active,
g15daemon will display a clock. Client applications and scripts can access the
LCD via a simple API.
The current version of G15Daemon understands the following options:
default, g15daemon uses the L1 key to switch between client screens. Using
this switch on the cmdline alters this, making MR (Macro Record) the button to
achieve this function.
-k Stop a
previously running copy of G15Daemon. For the keys and LCD to work, you'll
have to restart the daemon manually.
-h Show a
brief summary of commandline options available.
G15Daemon must be run as the root user, either from a startup script (sample
scripts are available in the contrib folder) or manually, via the su command.
To run the daemon with default options, run:
g15daemon -s to have the MR key as the client screen switch.
If all required libraries are installed and in locations known to your operating
system, the daemon will slip quietly into the background and a clock will
appear on the LCD. Congratulations! The linux kernel will now output keycodes
for all your extra keys.
The latest release of g15daemon is available at
G15daemon was written by Mike Lampard email@example.com and uses
the libg15 library by Philip Lawatsch and Anthony J. Mirabella of the g15tools
The Python bindings for libg15daemon_client were written by Sven Ludwig.
Many thanks to everyone who has assisted in reporting bugs, misfeatures and made
An up to date list of all authors is available in the AUTHORS file distributed
in the source.
G15daemon, libg15daemon_client and other sourcecode in this package are licensed
under the GPL (General Public License), version 2 or later. Details on this
license are available in the LICENSE document in the root directory of the
source package, and at http://www.fsf.org