View Full Version : Blights SDL Input > Mdk 9.2 > MS Sidewinder?
November 27th, 2003, 10:44
I'd love to be able to get this pad working. :) :linux:
It's on /dev/usb/hid, is it as simple as symlinking?? :crazy:
Microsoft® SideWinder® Game Pad USB
Max. Packet Size
Also, using the keyboard isn't any good with the analog stick, since keypresses seem to be repeating, making it impossible to play. :(
November 27th, 2003, 13:23
Since this pad is a HID (Human Input Device) it doesn't need a special driver - it should already work (does any other SDL application find it?)
November 27th, 2003, 14:00
hehe same problem here... want to try my n64 to pc converter.. its also HID and works nice under windows.. also found in linux as hid but dont work..
keyboard is also impossible to use for me :(
sry blight.. the plugin works very good with keyboard :D
just had the wrong versiom i thought 0.0.8-b would be older than only 8... but i was wrong...
Thanks for the good work... now i only have to get this sound thing to work.. and perhaps the pad later...
November 27th, 2003, 20:21
I have 3 ways for gaming and no problem.
1st - Interact 3DFX GamePad FF(SBLive MIDI port: modprobe emu10k1-gp) - module loaded : modprobe interact
2nd - Wingman USB 6 buttons- HID - module load : modprobe joydev
3rd - Racing Storm USB Wheel Force Feedback - module load: modprobe hid / modprobe event / modprobe hid-core / modprobe hid-usb modprobe iforce(optional if you have iforce drivers installed).
I put in the config file /etc/modules like this:
The problem is the 1st controller, USB always be the first, and Wheel+xmame for example, in ghost 'n' goblins is the unique problem i found :happy:
November 28th, 2003, 13:08
....Sometimes I'm really stupid... :shaun: :happy:
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