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  • RGB in Linux

    Hello,

    I was wondering when support for controlling the LED colors was going to be possible from Linux based operating systems?(Without the need of Windows at all) I read through some of the PDFs online and I did not see anything mentioned.

    Thanks!

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    I recently discovered comments from a user on Github who seems to have figured out how to get this to work on Linux. Can anybody confirm this?

    https://github.com/CalcProgrammer1/K...ment-285270634

    Just as a brief overview, it looks like the key is to use the package i2c-tools and use i2c-dev to send commands out. These commands correspond to different colors and so forth.

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