Sixaxis emulator on a Ubuntu Live USB Persistent Flash Drive

As explained in the tutorial there, the sixaxis emulator runs well with a Ubuntu Live CD. But the bad point of that method is that the installed packages & softwares are not persistent (everything runs from volatile memory, nothing is saved on disk).

I discovered it is really easy to setup a Ubuntu Live USB Persistent Flash Drive. This stuff makes the sixaxis emulator extremely transportable: just take your bluetooth dongle and your usb flash drive, plug them on any PC, boot from USB, and start the sixaxis emulator!

A quick & easy tutorial to setup a Ubuntu Live USB Persistent Flash Drive can be found there.

5 Replies to “Sixaxis emulator on a Ubuntu Live USB Persistent Flash Drive”

  1. great job,respect 🙂
    i have one question
    is there latency difference between different ubuntu running (installed on HD, live from CD or live from usb flash drive)?
    thnx

  2. if i setup usb flash drive and usb dongle on my pc
    does my pc need to be running linux?
    i have vista so will this work?
    please reply
    cheers

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