If you would like greater support for your Razer peripherals when using the Linux operating system, you may be interested to know that a new version of the unofficial OpenRazer application has been released this week, providing a range of drivers for the most popular Razer keyboards and mice.
OpenRazer 3.0 also adds support for DPI stages to mice and fixes a number of bugs from previous releases. The OpenRazer 3.0 software is now available to download via GitHub. OpenRazer 3.0 offesr a collection of Linux drivers for Razer devices, providing kernel drivers, DBus services and Python bindings to interact with the DBus interface.
Drivers included in the latest OpenRazer 3.0 release include :
– Razer Blade Stealth Late 2020
– Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro
– Razer Mouse Bungee V3 Chroma
– Razer Ornata Chroma V2
– Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini
– Razer Base Station V2 Chroma
– Razer Firefly V2
– Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition
– Razer Book 13 2020
– Razer Basilisk V2
– Razer Cynosa Chroma Pro
– Razer Basilisk Ultimate
– Razer Mouse Dock
– Razer Charging Pad Chroma
– Razer Huntsman Mini
Bugs fixed in the latest version 3 release include :
– Add missing HAS_MATRIX attribute for Tartarus V2
– Fix volume control buttons on Razer Cynosa V2
– Fix Fn button while the daemon is running for some devices
– Remove/fix missing daemon methods for some devices
for a complete list of all supported Razer peripherals jump over to the official GitHub page by following the link below.
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