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 ## HOW TO
 To determine the parameter to pairing_tool, check with the following commands:
-    `ls /sys/class/hidraw/hidraw*/device/uevent`
-    `cat /sys/class/hidraw/hidraw*/device/uevent`
+`ls /sys/class/hidraw/hidraw*/device/uevent`
+`cat /sys/class/hidraw/hidraw*/device/uevent`
 Power off the device to pair.
 Then issue:
-    `sudo ./pairing_tool /dev/DEVICENAME_FROM_ABOVE`
+`sudo ./pairing_tool /dev/DEVICENAME_FROM_ABOVE`
 For example:
-    `sudo ./pairing_tool /dev/hidraw2`
+`sudo ./pairing_tool /dev/hidraw2`
 A prompt will come up to power on the device, at this point the receiver
 is pairing mode for (not sure how many) ? seconds. Once in pairing mode
+# Logitech Unifying-tools
+Misc tools for dealing with **Logitech Unifying Receivers** as used for wireless mice and keyboards (etc.). Allows Linux to pair Logitech Unifying Receivers with new devices. Should work with Mac OSX and Windows too. Start here Basically pools together all the tools and notes on tools for Logitech Unifying receivers and devices.
+## PyUnify
+Python tool
+## pairing_tool
+A little command line tool written in C (so it needs some compiling).
+## portable_unify_pairing_tool
+Python tool