Steelseries driver for Ubuntu game pack



atanere

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Hi @Karan Buttar, and welcome to the site! The short answer is no, not if SteelSeries doesn't provide Linux drivers and software support for their products.... shame on them. The longer answer is "maybe." Sometimes folks out there create their own drivers for exotic devices that aren't likely to get mainstream Linux kernel support. You often have to compile these drivers from source code and follow the dev's directions carefully... and then they still may not work for you, or on your setup, and they may only have limited functionality if they work at all.

So, with no guarantees, these links may (or may not) help you:

For mouse:
https://github.com/andrepl/rivalctl
https://github.com/flozz/rivalcfg

For keyboard:
https://github.com/stevelacy/msi-keyboard

Good luck!
 

Karan Buttar

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Hi @Karan Buttar, and welcome to the site! The short answer is no, not if SteelSeries doesn't provide Linux drivers and software support for their products.... shame on them. The longer answer is "maybe." Sometimes folks out there create their own drivers for exotic devices that aren't likely to get mainstream Linux kernel support. You often have to compile these drivers from source code and follow the dev's directions carefully... and then they still may not work for you, or on your setup, and they may only have limited functionality if they work at all.

So, with no guarantees, these links may (or may not) help you:

For mouse:
https://github.com/andrepl/rivalctl
https://github.com/flozz/rivalcfg

For keyboard:
https://github.com/stevelacy/msi-keyboard

Good luck!
Hey thanks for the response do you by chance have a link for headphones?
 

atanere

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Hey thanks for the response do you by chance have a link for headphones?
Not by chance.... by looking with Google! Let me Google that for you. :D

This article mentions in Post #3 how he made his SteelSeries Siberia soundcard work.

This old article is more generic, not SteelSeries specific, but the same process may make sound work for you.

This article is about making SteelSeries headphones LED's work (not sound). You don't say what your real problem is.

Good luck!
 


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