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Logitech G HUB on Linux?

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I'm a Linux user and recently purchased a keyboard from Logitech that uses RGB software. Although the RGB part of it isn't a priority for me I would like it to at least "light up" to the default blue so that my keys are lit in the dark. I can't seem to find any code for this to run in Terminal. Any help would be appreciated.
 
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Maybe this can help?

Another option is to save the settings on a windows installation.
 
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Benchmark Scores 3.91 GHz on this. Happy with it as it is. Not a gaming rig.
Maybe this can help?

Another option is to save the settings on a windows installation.
Thanks. I tried that (meaning I tried the other option) but when I boot back to Ubuntu everything disappears. Gonna need the script. Thanks again for providing it.
 
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Google gave me that.
+1: I use this to change the LED colors on my G513.

This is the script I have for setting up my keyboard in case you care:
Code:
#!/bin/bash

# Set all keys to a light blue.
g810-led -an 1490E1

# Set fkeys and WASD to white.
g810-led -gn fkeys ffffff
g810-led -gn arrows ffffff
g810-led -gn functions ffffff
g810-led -kn w ffffff
g810-led -kn a ffffff
g810-led -kn s ffffff
g810-led -kn d ffffff

# Set the num-pad to a light yellow.
g810-led -gn numeric FFE600

# Set top numbers to a light green.
g810-led -kn 0 51FF83
g810-led -kn 1 51FF83
g810-led -kn 2 51FF83
g810-led -kn 3 51FF83
g810-led -kn 4 51FF83
g810-led -kn 5 51FF83
g810-led -kn 6 51FF83
g810-led -kn 7 51FF83
g810-led -kn 8 51FF83
g810-led -kn 9 51FF83
g810-led -kn 0 51FF83
g810-led -kn "-" 51FF83
g810-led -kn "=" 51FF83
g810-led -kn "tilde" 51FF83

# Set group modifiers and indicators to purple.
g810-led -gn modifiers C955FF
g810-led -gn indicators 0FFF00
g810-led -kn numlock 0FFF00
g810-led -kn scrolllock 0FFF00
g810-led -kn capslock 0FFF00

# Set backspace, escape, and delete red.
g810-led -kn "delete" FF5555
g810-led -kn "backspace" FF5555
g810-led -kn "escape" FF5555

g810-led -c
 
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