OpenRGB – An open source RGB lighting control app for Linux

OpenRGB (formerly OpenAura SDK) is a free open source RGB lighting control that does not depend on the manufacturer’s software.

OpenRGB supports ASUS, ASRock, Corsair, G.Skill, Gigabyte, HyperX, MSI, Razer, ThermalTake and more (see). Supported devices).

All manufacturers have their own apps and are dedicated to their own Windows, but some manufacturers require an online account, but OpenRGB controls all RGB devices from a single app on both Windows and Linux. The purpose is to do.

The features of OpenRGB are:

  • Choose an effect mode by setting different RGB hardware colors
  • Save and load profiles
  • Use the OpenRGB SDK to control lighting from third-party software
  • Command line interface
  • Connect multiple instances of OpenRGB to synchronize lighting between multiple PCs
  • Can be operated standalone or in a client / headless server configuration
  • Display device information
  • No official / manufacturer software required
  • You can easily create custom patterns by displaying the LED of the device graphically.

OpenRGB uses a reverse engineered protocol to interact directly with the hardware. In software development, hardware damage is said to have occurred twice. Use at your own risk!

How to get OpenRGB:

The source code for Ubuntu / Debian, Windows binaries, universal Linux Appimage packages, and Deb packages can be downloaded from the gitlab release page.

Gitlab’s OpenRGB

For Ubuntu users, grab and run the Appimage package, open the software or download Deb and go through the Gdebi package installer[インストール]Click.

(Optional) To remove the OpenRGB deb package, run the command in your terminal.

sudo apt remove --auto-remove openrgb

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