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ckb-next-0.4.4-4.1 RPM for armv7hl

From OpenSuSE Ports Tumbleweed for armv7hl

Name: ckb-next Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 0.4.4 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 4.1 Build date: Sun Sep 12 03:14:11 2021
Group: Hardware/Other Build host: obs-arm-11
Size: 2246257 Source RPM: ckb-next-0.4.4-4.1.src.rpm
Summary: RGB driver for Corsair keyboard and mice
ckb is a driver for Corsair keyboards and mice. It brings the
features of their proprietary CUE software to the Linux operating
system. This project supports much of the same functionality,
including full RGB animations.




BSD-3-Clause AND GPL-2.0-only


* Fri Aug 27 2021 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Re-labeled 422.patch
  - Updated harden_ckb-next-daemon.service.patch to fix
* Thu Aug 26 2021 Johannes Segitz <>
  - Added hardening to systemd service(s). Added patch(es):
    * harden_ckb-next-daemon.service.patch
* Mon Jun 07 2021 Ludwig Nussel <>
  - Fix fix double slash in //bin/bash requirement
* Thu Mar 18 2021 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 0.4.4
    Important bugfixes:
    * Fixed a crash when creating a new profile
    * Fixed lights turning off unexpectedly or not being restored
    * Macros can now be repeated quickly by repeatedly pressing
      the keys
    * Fixed various deadlocks when resuming from suspend or during
      device initialisation
    * Fixed devices not functioning during system boot requiring a
      daemon restart
  - Refreshed ckb-next-use-run.patch
* Fri Dec 18 2020 Luigi Baldoni <>
  * Update to version 0.4.3
    Support for new devices:
    * Scimitar RGB Elite
    * Nightsword RGB
    Important bugfixes:
    * Fixed delay when shutting down with K95 RGB
    * Fixed freezing when updating indicator LEDs
    * Indicator LEDs are now more responsive when an animation is
    * GUI now starts hidden in tray on KDE
    * The pipe animation now works consistently between mode
    * The pipe animation now handles input commands sent in rapid
      succession before the device is updated
    * Input works on wayland again after recent updates
    * libgdx based games no longer crash on mouse input
    * Mouse settings are now correctly restored when resuming from
    * Fixed a bug where some devices would not be initialised on
      daemon start and would require a replug
    * Fixed layouts for K68, K65, K63, M95
    New features:
    * Under X11 only, lights can now automatically turn off after
      a user-set time
    * Macros now loop when the key is held down
    * Macro UI has been redesigned and supports recording from non
      ckb-next managed keyboards
    * Modes can now be changed automatically based on the current
      focused application (X11/XWayland Only)
    * Translations are now supported
    Notes for packagers:
    * The systemd unit directory can be overriden with
    * libappindicator is no longer used
    * Minimum Qt version has been bumped up to 5.5.1 (xenial)
    * cmake now checks for quazip 1.0
    * The following new dependencies have been introduced: Qt5
      X11Extras, xcb, xcb-screensaver, xcb-ewmh, Qt5 translation
      tools, dbusmenu-qt5
  - Refresh ckb-next-use-run.patch, ckb-next-systemd.patch and
  - Drop ckb-next-gcc10.patch (merged upstream)
* Sat Aug 29 2020 Jannik Seiler <>
  - Adjust ckb-next-systemd.patch to the change for %_libexecdir
* Mon Jun 08 2020
  - Add ckb-next-gcc10.patch
* Wed Nov 20 2019 Simon Lees <>
  - %make_jobs is depricated replaced by %cmake_build
  - Use %autosetup to simplify maintenance
* Tue Oct 08 2019 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 0.4.2
    Support for new devices:
    * Harpoon RGB Pro
    * Ironclaw RGB
    Important bugfixes:
    * GUI no longer crashes if an animation has no keys set
* Tue Aug 27 2019 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 0.4.1
    Important bugfixes:
    * Specified keyboard layout is no longer being reverted on
    * Pipe animation no longer quits if it can't read data
    * Media keys work again on the legacy K65
    * Daemon no longer crashes on quit on macOS
    * Devices are now re-activated after resume on Linux
    * Gradient animation no longer flickers with dithering enabled
    * HiDPI has been disabled by default due to screen resolution
    * Max DPI is now per-device
    * Extra words are now filtered from the device name
    * gpg2 is preferred over gpg for signature verification
    New features:
    * An uninstall button has been added for macOS users that
      allows complete uninstallation, including older versions
    * Life animation has a new transparent preset
    * Confirmation dialog boxes have been added when deleting
      profiles, modes, and animations
    * Animation preview now gets temporarily disabled while
      ckb-next is out of focus
    * Support for multiple animation paths has been added
    * Pollrate can now be changed through the GUI
    Notes for packagers:
    * Udev rules are now installed by default in /lib/udev/rules.d.
    * Udev rule installation path can be changed with
      UDEV_RULE_DIRECTORY in cmake
    * Init systems can manually be force-enabled with
      FORCE_INIT_SYSTEM in cmake
  - Refreshed ckb-next-use-run.patch and ckb-next-systemd.patch
* Wed May 29 2019 Bernhard Wiedemann <>
  - Add 422.patch to fix animations dir (boo#1135528)
* Sat Mar 09 2019 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 0.4.0
    Support for new devices:
    * K70 RGB MK.2 LP
    * M65 RGB Elite
    * M95 Legacy
    Important bugfixes:
    * ST100 now works on macOS properly
    * Strafe RGB MK.2 logo is mapped to the right LEDs, and media
      buttons are positioned correctly
    * A buffer overflow causing the daemon to crash or hang has
      been fixed
    * quickinstall can now run correctly with multibyte characters
      in the path
    * Rename now works correctly in the Profile Manager context
    * Animations with no presets no longer get loaded to prevent
    * K70 Lux is now marked correctly as monochrome
    * ckb-next can be built again with Qt 5.2
    * Save to hardware now gets disabled in the context menu for
      unsupported devices
    * Settings backend has been changed to ini for macOS,
      preventing silent configuration data corruption
    * The K55, the ST100 and the Polaris now have working default
    * A few cases that may cause the GUI to crash have been found
      and fixed
    * Blank animation names are no longer allowed
    New features:
    * GUI has gained a monochrome tray icon option
      (QSystemTrayIcon only)
    * Device brightness can be controlled by scrolling on the tray
      icon on Linux systems that support it (AppIndicator or KDE)
    * Profiles and modes can now be changed with the --profile and
    - -mode arguments passed to the GUI binary
    * New Conway's Game of Life animation
    * New 'snake' animation
    * New 'pipe' animation, allowing the user to send rgb data
      from external applications
    * Music Visualizer (mviz) is now supported on macOS, and has
      been reworked to function correctly
    * A --version argument has been added to the daemon
    * On Linux, the udev rule has been renamed and moved
    * On Linux, for builds with libappindicator, it can be force
      enabled/disabled by setting the CKB_NEXT_USE_APPINDICATOR
      environment variable
    * On Linux, libappindicator support is also enabled if the Qt
      platform theme is gtk2 (Useful for Unity on Ubuntu 19.04)
    * The restart command has been removed from the daemon
    * Threads are now named for easier debugging
    * Signal handler has been rewritten
    * A few unneeded packets are no longer being sent to M65 mice
    * Only Red channel data is being sent to monochrome devices
  - Refreshed ckb-next-systemd.patch and ckb-next-udev.patch
* Thu Jan 10 2019 Jan Engelhardt <>
  - Trim filler wording from description.
* Tue Jan 08 2019 Luigi Baldoni <>
  - Update to version 0.3.2
    Important news:
    * This version fixes a major bug for the Scimitar Pro, causing
      the daemon to not properly interface with the mouse. This
      could require manually reflashing the mouse firmware if a
      firmware update was performed with 0.3.1 or earlier.
    * An updater has been created to more quickly push bugfixes to
      users, especially for those on macOS.
    * There is a new Space Invaders-like minigame that can be
      played as an animation, thanks to @mvladimirovich.
    Support for new devices:
    * Strafe RGB MK.2; by accidental omission from the previous
    * K66
    Important bugfixes:
    * The Scimitar Pro now defaults to v2.xx endpoints
    * The DPI LED on mice now changes in sniper mode
    * The GUI will warn if uinput cannot be loaded on Linux
    * The "Save to Hardware" button on the Scimitar and Glaive has
      been greyed out due to a current lack of support
    * Thanks to the efforts of @Kedstar99, the codebase compiles
      with much fewer warnings
    * Binding commands to wheels will now repeat properly
    * QuaZip is no longer required for daemon-only builds
    * KissFFT is now built as a static library
    * Symbolic links are now created in /dev/input/by-id for evdev
    * Fixed a regression for devices using the legacy protocol
    Note for packagers:
    * If ckb-next is updated through a package management system,
      `-DDISABLE_UPDATER=1` should be passed to CMake
    version 0.3.1
    Support for new devices:
    * K70 RGB MK.2
    * K70 RGB MK.2 SE
    New major features:
    * The GUI now has a generate ckb-next-dev-detect report button
    Important bugfixes:
    * Rapidfire keyboards have a workaround on shutdown
    * Bugfix for independent X/Y DPI
    * The new Strafe NRGB has firmware updates now
    * The GUI pops up a warning when trying to bind the Windows
      key with Winlock enabled
    * The GUI now has a DPI indicator
    * The K68 NRGB winlock light now lights up
    * The GUI handles SIGINT/SIGTERM cleanly, avoiding stalled
    * Strafe sidelights now save state on GUI start
    * Original Strafe NRGB's sidelights now toggle correctly
    * ckb-next-dev-detect is now installed to the system and added
      to PATH
    version 0.3.0
    Support for new devices:
    * K55 RGB
    * K68 RGB
    * K90 Legacy
    * Katar RGB
    * Polaris RGB
    * ST100 RGB
    New major features:
    * Use URB Interrupts to read data from devices
    * Profile Import/Export
    * Keyboard Layout autodetection
    * CMake build system
    * Relocation of binaries
    * No single global layout for all devices in the GUI
    Important bugfixes:
    * Deadlock on daemon exit
    * Support for K95 Platinum profile switch key
    * Keymap corruption on the GUI
    * Pulseaudio GUI deadlock
    * Use udev to detect the appropriate endpoint max packet size
    * Ignore devices in BIOS mode
    * Disable save to hardware for unsupported devices
    * Keymap patches for K68
    * Workaround for linux kernel out-of-bounds write
    * Memory leaks on firmware update
    version 0.2.9
    Important changes:
    * Significantly lower CPU usage on idle
    * Add support for K95 Platinum
    * Add support for K68
    * Add support for (new) Strafe non-RGB
    * Add support for Glaive
    * Add support for Harpoon
    * Add support for Corsair firmware v3
    * Add support for pt\_br layout
    * Add support for Japanese layout
    * Add macro delays to the GUI
    * New FIRMWARE file structure
    * GUI warning when daemon is not running
    * udev rule to remove joystick tag
    * Dynamic keymap patching
    * Require Qt >=5.2
    * Numerous small fixes and improvements
    version 0.2.8
    * `ckb` is now `ckb-next`, __but the binaries will be renamed
      in `v0.2.9`__
    * Numerous PRs from `ckb` merged
    * SIGSEGV when deleting copied profile is fixed
    * `make debug` target on Linux is fixed
    * Heat map animation issues fixed
    * Compilation of the music visualizer fixed
    * Hardware profile loading error on firmware 2.05 fixed
    * Project's own firmware table created, signed and populated
      with new devices
    * Arch Linux and Fedora/CentOS packages added
  - Dropped ckb-external-quazip.patch (no longer necessary)
  - Refreshed ckb-use-var-run.patch as ckb-next-use-run.patch
  - Added ckb-next-systemd.patch, ckb-next-no-cmake-modules.patch
    and ckb-next-udev.patch



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