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Make Core for Linux. (Mint/Ubuntu/Debian)
... or link to community software that works with yout devices. Specifically the new Model I.
Not planned CORE Developer Feedback Suggested by: Linux • Upvoted: yesterday • Comments: 27
Glorious Panther Admin
After careful review this suggestion is not currently being considered for development. That said the suggestion will remain active for future upvotes and will always be open for reconsideration at a later time.
I would really like this, this is the only reason I use windows. All of my games are supported but i cant use the software even through a VM
Something like Fn+end or Fn+del
Because i use Linux, i can not use the Software to remap the keys and the Pos1/Home Key is the only Key i am missing
Please reconsider developing a linux version of the software. I go out of my way to avoid windows. I do love my keyboard and mouse anyway:)
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Yesterday the config of my mouse just reset itself. I can't explain why --> maybe I did it by accident.
Anyway --> I don't have access to a windows machine right now and are therefore stuck with the default config. O_o
Please make Core for Linux.
There are some tools like this: https://github.com/enkore/gloriousctl
but this one specifically does not work with wireless mice like mine.
If you don't want to port the full application you may create a small cli-utility.
Or just release the spec of the internal data struct of the mouse and the community will do the work for you!
Playing the closed source game (and not providing tools for Linux) only hurts your customers.
(BTW ... I love your products and bought Keyboard, Mouse and Pad for me and several family members ... It is just that I am stuck with Windows Software)
pls do this, will a lot of games being compatible with linux, lots of people are shifting to it. Market numbers may not be enough for you to take notice immediately but it will be a nice gesture.
Please, reconsider following through with this.
You don't even need to start from scratch, just collaborate with projects such as piper (https://github.com/libratbag/piper) which already have partial support.
I think we did upvote this enough by now :)
Your products are great and your support for third party software, often open source ones is great as well.
This would simply mean one small step further for glorious.
I suggest any of these 2 things:
A: work with something like piper or another FOSS tool to bring your configuration into their software
B: use flatpak to distribute your software for linux. Way easier than distribution specific packages.
Since this was denied, maybe we at least should vote for https://gloriouspcgaming.featureupvote.com/suggestions/320009/make-mouse-key-binds-work-everywhere-not-just-in-windows
And yes, please consider simply helping piper (libratbag), providing specifications etc. Especially for Model I, since it's completely different from partially supported Model O/D.
if you will not make a version compatible with Linux can you make a version compatible with the windows emulator wine?
ps. I'm assuming there is an upvote counter for a reason, how many upvotes will it take to make this a feature?
i am really considering buying the GMMK PRO but if the software isn't supported, whats the point. As others have said you don't even have to make the software yourself (while that would be appreciated) you could just release the internal data structure and the community can make the software for you !
So I was recently wanting to get model I and I was going to get it, but I need software to decrease sensitivity and more like DPI, but what I found out is that you need windows not Linux, so PLEASE start running software on Linux
Glorious Engineers Admin
Hi! Given the feedback we’ve received we wanted to take this opportunity to further explain our long-term plans for CORE and how it relates to Linux support.
We see the Windows application as our foundation, and we want to ensure that our foundation is strong before adding support to additional operating systems. We feel it’s imperative that CORE is optimized in Windows as a precursor to the development of any major features. To that end, we are working hard to implement CORE 2.0 as quickly as possible. In terms of priority, MacOS will be the first to receive any official support. This does not mean we are closing the door to Linux. In fact, we will be evaluating the process involved in bringing Linux support to Glorious CORE.
We appreciate the community's participation in using FeatureUpvote because we take the feedback very seriously. Our vision for Feature Upvote is a place where the community can always help contribute towards the active development process here at Glorious.
Is Core running on Linux with wine ? And what version if It's possible ?
Glorious Engineers Admin
Hi, Etienne! At this time there is no official support for Wine; However, we do have an active suggestion that you are welcome to upvote.
i use wine it doesnt work so pls make it worked
+1 vote to working with the folks at the libratbag/piper open source project to provide the programmable functionality for us Linux users, without having to create a Linux app for CORE. Windows optimization will take a long time, and providing the info needed to allow libratbag/piper to function would likely be significantly easier than porting CORE to *nix systems.
Glorious Engineers Admin
Hi, Cypher. That is a great suggestion! We will definitely take a look at this.
Yes we still use Glorious hardware on Linux! Please let us control it from Linux too! I refuse to pay for a Windows license just to configure a mouse. I'd rather just support a company that supports me as a user. Or do I need to return my mouse?
"In terms of priority, MacOS will be the first to receive any official support"
You know your market better than us, but Linux gaming (especially since the advent of Steam Deck) is something that's undergoing explosive growth. Apple on the other hand don't care about gamers. Also, Linux & Windows gamers are PC gamers, we're cousins, while Mac users are a different species entirely.
The Linux Vendor Firmware Service is already integrated into all major distributions, and it is a free service to the community. By uploading the firmware to LVFS it would make it possible for Linux users with Glorious devices to keep the firmware up-to-date with minimal-to-no effort.
The service is already in use by other manufacturers:
I would also love to see this compatible somehow for Linux. System76 for instance has made their application into an Appimage so it's distro agnostic. An Appimage or Flatpak of this would be incredibly appreciated. It would cover all of Linux in either option. Otherwise, thanks, and it seems some progress is being made. I see the previous comment about System76 and being included in their launch heavy. Would this imply I can use the launch Appimage to tune this?!
Please reach out if you're interested and don't know where to start. I know a number of folks who should be able to help you package in either format.
I would also prefer Linux support be added. Other users have already shared some great ideas to make this happen more easily. With the Model I 2 delay and lack of Linux support, I'm definitely considering cancelling my order.
support for piper would be awesome
support for rgb is already in openrgb
I have glorious keyboard and mouse. I would like to add my vote for Linux support as there are many open source projects that Glorious needs to add configuration file for (libratbag/piper). I'm happy with the quality of the hardware but I would be happier if there was software support for my choice of Operating System.
While we wait for linux, or at least wine support, it would be great if we could boot into windows to change our debounce settings and boot into linux while retaining debounce settings, as currently doing that causes polling rate and DPI to stay, but the debounce time will go back to default.