Logitech M500 redirection - using all buttons

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erazersan
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Logitech M500 redirection - using all buttons

Post by erazersan » Wed Jun 27, 2018 7:54 pm

Hello,

i have a problem with additional buttons of Logitech M500 corded mouse. If i'am using it over mstsc on my win2016 rds all buttons works fine (also the additional buttons on the left side). If i'am using it over my Futro ThinClient without any usb redirection it works only with wheel and left&right mouse button, but the additional two buttons doesnt work at all. Then i have tried to redirect this mouse over USB ID or over bus ID, unfortunately same results...

I can see the device:
[1] USB ID: 046d:c069, bus ID: 6-2, class: 0x00, subclass: 0x00, Logitech, Inc. M-U0007 [Corded Mouse M500]

And i receive this log by pushing the additional mouse buttons:
[ gm] [ 1329.834128] Unknown key 275 (0x00000113) from 'Logitech USB Laser Mouse', '/dev/input/event6'.
[ gm] [ 1330.642135] Unknown key 276 (0x00000114) from 'Logitech USB Laser Mouse', '/dev/input/event6'.

I am grateful for any help, thank you

erazersan
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Re: Logitech M500 redirection - using all buttons

Post by erazersan » Wed Jun 27, 2018 8:02 pm

i mean the thumb buttons (button 8 and 9). Over mstsc you can go back and forward within the windows explorer i.e.

erazersan
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Re: Logitech M500 redirection - using all buttons

Post by erazersan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:13 pm

Hello,

any ideas that i can try to get this work? My boss annoys me every day... ;(

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