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OpenRazer 3.3 adds support for more hardware on Linux

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OpenRazer version 3.3 brings with it support for even more Razer hardware on Linux, along with some other improvements. This is now a rather big collection of drivers, which you can use with various front-ends like Polychromatic and RazerGenie.

With this release these are now supported:

  • Razer Orochi V2
  • Razer Basilisk V3
  • Razer Huntsman Mini (JP)
  • Razer Blade 17 (2022)
  • Razer Naga Epic Chroma
  • Razer Raptor 27
  • Razer Naga Pro (Wired/Wireless)
  • Razer Huntsman V2
  • Razer Blade 15 Advanced (Early 2022)
  • Razer Pro Click (Wired/Wireless)

Other improvements include:

  • Add config option to set battery % condition
  • Improve battery notifer presentation
  • Fix missing battery notifications for some devices
  • Add support for scroll wheel settings on Basilisk V3

And of course some bug fixes:

  • Fix possible oob memcpy in matrix_custom_frame methods
  • Fix key translations on Ornata V2
  • Fix sysfs create/remove inconsistencies
  • Fix crash when persistence.conf is corrupt
  • Fix media keys and volume wheel on BlackWidow V3 Pro

OpenRazer is an another essential free and open source project, making up for the official vendor not providing full Linux support. Open source is awesome right? Still, a shame it has to be done by the community.

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6 comments

If only Razer hardware wasn't trash.
MerReady 11 Apr
Quoting: Mountain ManIf only Razer hardware wasn't trash.

Opinions very. Well except for their headphones.
chowder 13 Apr
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Quoting: Mountain ManIf only Razer hardware wasn't trash.
I've had my Razer mouse for over four years still going strong.


Last edited by chowder on 13 April 2022 at 12:27 am UTC
Quoting: chowder
Quoting: Mountain ManIf only Razer hardware wasn't trash.
I've had my Razer mouse for over four years still going strong.
For whatever reason, their mice seem to be halfway decent. Just about everything else they make is garbage attached to a USB cable.
chowder 13 Apr
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Quoting: Mountain Man
Quoting: chowder
Quoting: Mountain ManIf only Razer hardware wasn't trash.
I've had my Razer mouse for over four years still going strong.
For whatever reason, their mice seem to be halfway decent. Just about everything else they make is garbage attached to a USB cable.

Well some things they make are wireless, so no USB cable.
slaapliedje 15 Apr
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Quoting: MerReady
Quoting: Mountain ManIf only Razer hardware wasn't trash.

Opinions very. Well except for their headphones.

So I have a Logitech G935, and I love it... but the right speaker is randomly just not working. No idea why. Was thinking of trying one of the Razer headphones, are they trash? Ha, can't be worse than Beats, right?
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