any solutions on using enterprise on linux ?????

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any solutions on using enterprise on linux ?????

Post by 243750496 » Tue Jan 10, 2017 4:54 am

i bought enterprise and cad mouse then i found there is no driver for the enterprise and the cadmouse , so
Q1:will open source driver libspnavd support these new hardware on linux like the old ones?
Q2:will official support linux in their future ? because old one had supported yet.

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Re: any solutions on using enterprise on linux ?????

Post by 243750496 » Tue Jan 10, 2017 5:08 am

Or do the hardware is too new so the software of 3dxware have not developed perfectly so that we can use it ?????

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Re: any solutions on using enterprise on linux ?????

Post by UtaSH » Thu Jan 12, 2017 3:40 am

Hello 243750496,

you can find the supported operating systems here. Additionally you can find on the product page on our website (SpaceMouse Enterprise + CadMouse) at the bottom in the Technical Specifications the information which operating systems are supported.

Currently there are no plans in the near future to include support for our newest devices in the Linux driver.

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Re: any solutions on using enterprise on linux ?????

Post by sberbinschi » Sat Jan 28, 2017 3:27 am

Hi all,
I also need a driver for my enterprise kit for linux (Ubuntu/LinuxMInt/Debian based linux, .deb file)
It would be very useful to have this for the most used linux distributions.
For future, OnShape cloud based Cad software, it would be very useful driver for linux. This software could be used on any platform, in browser.

Thanks and Regards,
Silviu

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Re: any solutions on using enterprise on linux ?????

Post by datadog » Mon Sep 04, 2017 3:35 pm

Goodness, it never even occurred to me this version (which I've just received) might not work on Linux, I thought I was getting the high-end "all the bells and whistles" model :oops:

Is there any hope of it being supported on Linux at all, ever -- just the basic 6-axis mouse functions? I can dual boot into Windows to use it (or use a VM possibly) but this is hardly ideal.

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