Dumang DK6 Tools
DuMang DK6 Keyboard Programming Tools
This is an open-source toolset for use with the DuMang DK6 line of keyboards from Beyong Q (www.beyondq.com/).
These keyboards are fully programmable and support multiple layers.
It currently supports:
- Mac OS X
NOTE: For correct functionality under Linux, you need to copy the udev file provided in this repo into the appropriate directory for you distro. You might then need to call
udevadm control --reload-rules to reload the rules.
$ pip install dumang-ctrl
Build from Source
$ git clone https://github.com/mayanez/dumang-keyboard-ctrl.git $ cd dumang-keyboard-ctrl $ python setup.py install
$ apt-get install libusb-1.0.0-dev libudev qtbase5-dev
$ pacman -S libusb qt5-base
$ pip install hidapi pyudev docopt PyQt5
This tool is a daemon process that can be used to sync the two keyboard halves for layer functionality.
You may want to setup this tool to run at startup. Depending on your distribution
systemd is a likely solution. See https://github.com/arjun024/systemd-example-startup for an example. An Arch Linux AUR and Debian package are soon to follow which will make this seamless.
$ python -m dumang_ctrl.tools.sync
This tool provides a very rough implementation for programming keys. Please refer to the help message for options on how to run. Essentially it uses a
config.yml that configures each key for a given layer.
inspect command launches a GUI that you can use to toggle the LED for a particular key in order to get its keycode. I'm new to GUI programming so don't expect anything fancy yet. This tool in general will require a bit more reverse engineering so stay tuned.
$ dumang-config --help
$ python -m dumang_ctrl.tools.config
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