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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 https://bitbucket.org/clach04/logitech-unifying-receiver-tools/wiki/Home 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