Coolermaster CM Storm Enable LED Backlight in Fedora/Ubuntu/Mint Linux Howto - MB24 Keyboard and MS2K Mouse

Just type the following in the bash/terminal shell to enable the blue LED light on the Coolermaster CM Storm keyboard:

xset led 3

To make it automatic and permanent execute the following as root:

echo "xset led 3" >> /etc/rc.local
 

This is a fairly nice gaming keyboard which I bought because I type very quickly and the cheap standard keyboards simply can't keep up!

 


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