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https://github.com/cvuchener/k90-linux-driver

hid-generic takes control of the K90 keyboard, you need to unbind it (at least for the interface 0 of the keyboard, it works well with interface 1 and 2).

sudo tee /sys/bus/hid/drivers/hid-generic/unbind <<< "0003:1B1C:1B02.XXXX"

Replace XXXX with the correct value for the first interface of the keyboard.

I do not understand what I need to put in for the XXXX

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Before you start make sure you know what you are doing

  1. Type the following command dmesg | grep Corsair

  2. You should see something similar to the picture below

    screenshot

  3. The number you are looking for is the one in the location of the circle

    number

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