Hey, I want to Install my Razer Deathadder on Suse 11.1, I allready found a programm: bu3sch.de
The problem is, I cant compile the code. I cd into the folder with the source and use make (as root) and get this error:
xxx@linux-nzsg:~/Desktop> su -
linux-nzsg:~ # cd /home/xxx/Desktop/deathaddercfg-004
linux-nzsg:/home/xxx/Desktop/deathaddercfg-004 # make
cc -std=c99 -O2 -fomit-frame-pointer -Wall -D_BSD_SOURCE -D_GNU_SOURCE -DVERSION_=004 -c -o main.o main.c
make: cc: Command not found
make: *** [main.o] Error 127
My bad, kernel headers should now be provided along with kernel sources.There is a program called make, which,when some,not all, programs make calls to when installing.It can be found via YaST- software management
CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:8 (message):
Could not find library "libusb". On Debian Linux try "apt-get install
libusb-dev" to install the library.
Call Stack (most recent call first):
-- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!
P.S. I installed libusb, but I dont find the files…
can you post a link to the program you are trying to compile ? I personally haven’t used it,but, if i can see the program/software, i may be able to get a better idea,or maybe someone who has used it will step in
Note: I followed the instructions in the README but after a reboot you’ll need to go to YAST → System Services (Runlevel) start the razerd daemon… Once that’s done then you can happily use the razer config tool, qrazercfg.
So now my mouse pointer isn’t moving at 18,000 miles an hour. On my deathadder 3500 the software doesn’t affect the LED’s though - but that’s not an issue now that the mouse is usable again.
Oh yeah - I also had to set KDE mouse acceleration to 0.1x because the **** mouse was still to fast at it’s lowest DPI setting of 450…