● As far as I know (with research) it's the only Open Source Software to change RGB lighting effects of PC components such as the Asus Aura ecosystem.
● It is Open Source and uses the GNU General Public License v2.0
● Can be downloaded as zip or tar. https://gitlab.com/CalcProgrammer1/OpenRGB/tree/master
The dev tagged the first release today, (see https://gitlab.com/CalcProgrammer1/OpenRGB/-/issues/155) I'll be trying to package it. It seems some modules rely on out-of-tree kernel modules, should we include those?
No problem, after looking into it it's actually not an out of tree module but a patch to a kernel module the dev will be upstreaming. OpenRGB will run fine without the patched kernel but some devices won't show up. Should we wait for it to be upstreamed or is it alright to patch linux-current and linux-lts?
I'd love to help with this however I can. I was able to get the latest version to build on Solus 4.1 after installing a handful of extra libraries.
Is this just waiting for the extra module to be added to the linux kernel?