I have an issue with my Logitech Mouse software always crashing when it switches between different power modes, this crashes their software on Mac OS X (Yosemite).
The app is used to control the pointer speed and shortcut keys on the mouse, which renders the mouse useless, I need to restart it every time I switch power states to get it working again.
Is there a command I can use in terminal that can kill the logitech process and start it again?
If I do a
Logitech Gaming Software.app on
ps -ax I can find the process, how can I pipe this to kill the associated PID and then restart the app?
ps -ax | grep 'Logitech Gaming Software.app will return the following:
2879 ?? 0:02.96 /Applications/Logitech/Logitech Gaming Software.app/Contents/MacOS/LCore 2891 ttys000 0:00.00 grep Logitech Gaming Software.app