The Logitech MX Master mouse is one of the best mice on the market, and it's great for productivity - on Windows and Mac, anyway. Developers that work in Linux don't get the first-party Logitech Options driver that allows them to make custom key mappings.
Despite their $2.5 billion annual revenue and the popularity of their mice, Logitech still has not developed Linux drivers for their mice.
So, in lieu of actual Logitech drivers, I made a script to work around this. See Github repo Logitech-MX-Master-Key-Mapper-Linux.
Debian Linux mappings for Logitech MX Master
The Logitech MX Master mouse series are amazing mice for productivity, and come with fantastic Windows and Mac drivers. However, Logitech still has not released drivers for Linux, meaning Linux users do not get to have custom mappings to their buttons.
This script installs a few packages for key binding mappings, and then copies over a
.xbindkeysrc file to the home directory - this is used by
xbindkeys to configure key mappings.
I used the ArchLinux wiki for reference.
Running the Program
To run the program, grant setup.sh executable permissions, and then run it.
chmod +x setup.sh ./setup.sh