I have just purchased this mouse for gaming use (mainly under
windows). The mouse is both wired and wireless enabled via bluetooth. I
have purchased a bluetooth 4.1 dongle as my pc doesn't have bluetooth
and I have been able to pair the mouse to the dongle under Windows 10
and I am able to use it wirelessly, and been able to use the mouse wired
when I don't want the power saving built into the mouse.
Under Fedora 26 I cannot get bluetoothctl to see the mouse.
Bluetooth is enabled and bluetoothctl can see my dongle and can see
localhost.localdomain and my TV (even though the TV has not been paired
with the dongle) but cannot see the mouse.
Lsusb displays info on the device id github documents as the id
used by Razer devices. The github documentation indicates the service is
designed to be used via xdg-autostart, but I'm not sure what this means.
As I was not able to get the mouse working wirelessly via bluetooth
I downloaded and installed the Razer Repository for Fedora 26 (they have
repositories for Rawhide and Fedora 25 as well). I then installed their
configuration applications for the mouse which both run fine but they
cannot connect to the required service. I have also installed the kernel
driver which autoinstalls via dkms (dkms tells me the kernel driver is
installed) and I have installed their daemon user space service.
When I try to enable the service systemctl tells me it cannot find
the service. To remedy this I (possibly this should not have been done)
placed a link to the service in /usr/lib/systemd/system which then
allowed systemctl to enable the service. Having done this I tried to
start the service but it failed to start. Systemctl status
openrazer-daemon.service produced the message
Unable to autolaunch a dbus-daemon without a $DISPLAY for X11' , what
does this message mean and what do I need to do to get the mouse working
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