Author Archives: Matlo

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GIMX 5.7

This release fixes two bugs: Dualshock 4 inputs not working when using the bluetooth connection method (#369), and Xbox 360 controller not working on Windows 10 (#368). More info on the forum: link.

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dummy_hcd

To speed up my development, I’ll try using the dummy_hcd kernel module, which allows to emulate an OTG port connected to the computer. dummy_hcd is missing on my GNU/Linux distribution (Linux Mint 17.3), so I had to build it myself: … Continue reading

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C.H.I.P.

I received my C.H.I.P.s! The C.H.I.P. project was launched on Kickstarter in May 2015. This tiny Linux board has two interesting features: it is very cheap ($9 + shipping) it has a USB HOST port and a USB OTG port … Continue reading

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GIMX 5.6

This release fixes a bug in the mouse calibration tool (#363). More info on the forum: link.

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serialusb – a cheap USB proxy for input devices

In recent weeks, I have been working on serialusb, a cheap USB proxy for input devices. This tool can act as a USB proxy using the well-known DIY USB adapter. Combined with usbmon and wireshark, it allows to generate and inspect … Continue reading

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GIMX 5.5

This release fixes axis intensity control which was broken since GIMX 4.0 (#362). More info on the forum: link. feed

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GIMX 5.4

This release adds force feedback support for the G27 wheel emulation (#307), fixes pedal issues when using the i386 version (#358), and fixes mouse to axis translation defects when using a GPP/Cronus/Titan device (#360). More info on the forum: link. … Continue reading

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GIMX 5.3

This release improves force feedback management in case of transmission errors (#357). It includes USBDK 1.0.7 which fixes issues with some USB host controllers (#345) and makes GIMX i386 able to run on 64bit Windows (#343). More info on the … Continue reading

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GIMX 5.2

More info on the forum: link.

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Logitech wheels support improvements

In a previous post I explained that I built a cross-platform (GNU/Linux and Windows) HID communication layer with asynchronous read and write capabilities. On GNU/Linux, it uses the libusb, which sadly can’t be used at the same time as the … Continue reading

Posted in Gaming wheel, PS4 | Tagged faq | 6 Comments
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