But when using them under Linux, there is one downside, since the communication is one way by default the wireless link is unencrypted by default, which is kinda bad from a security pov. These keyboards do support using an encrypted link, but this requires a one-time setup where the user manually enters a key on the keyboard.
I've written a small Linux utility to do this under Linux, which should help give these keyboards an extra lease on life and stop them unnecessarily becoming e-waste. Sometimes these keyboards appear to be broken, while the only problem is that the key in the keyboard and receiver are not in sync, the README also contains instructions on howto reset the keyboard, without needing the utility, restoring (unencrypted) functionality.
The 'lg-27MHz-keyboard-encryption-setup' utility is available on Fedora in the 'logitech-27mhz-keyboard-encryption-setu