GIMX

GIMX is a free software that allows to use a computer as a hub for your gaming devices. It works on Windows® and GNU/Linux platforms. It is compatible with Playstation® and Xbox® gaming consoles. The connection between the computer and the gaming console is performed using a USB adapter – get one on the GIMX shop! – or a Bluetooth® dongle (PS3/PS4 only). The capabilities depend on the platform, the connection method, and the gaming platform.

GIMX 6.9

This release fixes a few issues and seeks to provide a better experience to newcomers.
To this end, gimx-launcher will now display explicit messages for most common errors, as well as possible causes.

More info on the forum: link.

GIMX 6.8

This release brings improvements to the GUIs:

  • A link to mouse calibration documentation is displayed when binding a mouse axis (gimx-config).
  • Default axis translation parameters have more consistent values (gimx-config).
  • A progress bar is now displayed when updating or downloading configurations (gimx-launcher).
  • A firmware loader tool called gimx-loader can be run from the “Help>Update firmware” menu entry in gimx-launcher.
  • When adding or editing a pedal axis binding, joystick correction is automatically added via a calibration step (gimx-config).

More info on the forum: link.

GIMX 6.7

This is release adds the possibility to invert direction of force feedback effects.
This is useful for wheels that use an inverted direction compared to Logitech wheels.

More info on the forum: link.

GIMX 6.5

This is a release with various fixes and slight enhancements.

More info on the forum: link.