Logitech Unifying Receiver works under Linux Ubuntu 13.10

Logitech Unifying Receiver works under Linux Ubuntu 13.10

It was pretty straightforward to get two devices (Keyboard and Mouse) paired with one Unifying Receiver under Ubuntu 13.10 – follow this link to see how it worked for me in less then 5 min.


Installing Ruby and Jekyll

Now, this is my first step in the Ruby world, so apologize if I am doing dumb things here.

On a Mac  Ruby was preinstalled, but on Linux 13.10 I needed to do this before installing Jekyll.

First step:

$ sudo apt-get install ruby1.9.1

this installs a few things around ruby, but you also need:

$ sudo apt-get install rubygems1.9.1

this installs the gem processor, and we should all be set, then:

$ sudo gem install jekyll

tries to fetch a few things and then builds everything for jekyll.

Last step is to go to the directory of your jekyll project

$ jekyll serve

This fires up jekyll in a webserver on http://localhost:4000


Enough for today, stay tuned.

Cheers, Tobias.