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  1. I lnow that, but I mean through open source alternatives.
  2. What was done in this video, would it be possible to do on linux?
  3. This is the error I get. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Yje4JwttjmssiIsw2BIo6rogSXjuIyo4/view?usp=sharing
  4. Could I jurry rig a solution from using an antenna cable from a brokes ds in place of it? (If it will fit in the phone?) Fortunately apple used the standard antenna plug.
  5. I need a new bluetooth antenna cable for my iphone se.
  6. I figured it out thanks for your help though. I am now writing a guide on it on reddit.
  7. When I run the program it detects my bluetooth connected ps4 controller's inputs fine. However, unlike in a video I watched my gyros are not working. How do I set this up? I put a brave.txt file in the autoload folder like it asked me to and a SOTTR.txt file in the gyro folder. Each has the Shadow of The Tomb Raider configuration in it. I am on Linux by the way.
  8. I am in the JoyShockMapper-1.6.1 folder when I do all of this. Am I in the wrong folder? Error still persists.
  9. I am trying to install JoyShockMapper on Linux but for some reason CMake starts looking for needed files in ~/Downloads instead of in the Joyshock mapper folder. Why is this and does anyone know a fix?
  10. Thanks. I’ll try it. Sorry for the late reply.
  11. I found this one for windows but it does not work in wine. Could someone tell me how to build it for linux? I looked in the readme file for the source code and it says it can be done I just do not know how to do it myself. Could someone help me with that. If I make a reddit (or an LTT one for that matter (tbh this post was on reddit first)) post after it is working I will be sure to give you and the developer of the program credit for it. Link :https://github.com/JibbSmart/JoyShockMapper#installation-for-players it is the one Linus used in his video about this topic.
  12. https://www.google.com/search?q=doubleshock+III&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiio56q2ILrAhXgoXIEHdF9BhkQ_AUoAXoECBgQAw&biw=1440&bih=832#imgrc=QSBfMWPjoGrcmM There is a picture of it. I do have an 8 bit do controller that is really awesome I just do not use it because no controller grips therefore smaller motors. If you are curious it is the SN 30Pro
  13. if my controller says sixaxis on the packaging (even if it is third party) does that mean it has motion controls?
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