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Sim racing in Linux 2021 an update
5 projects | reddit.com/r/simracing | 30 Dec 2021
Quick question: Why is my steering wheel for ETS2 detected on the native version but not with proton?
1 project | reddit.com/r/linux_gaming | 5 Dec 2021
I have a thrustmaster T150 steering wheel for my PC, and I installed a driver from this github page, and it worked right away when I launched euro truck simulator 2 in the native version. But becasue I found out that the native version has significantly worse performance than proton and it didn't support vkBasalt, I switched. When I launched ETS2 with proton, it was not detected anymore.
Thrustmaster T80 Ferrari 488 GTB on Linux
2 projects | reddit.com/r/linux_gaming | 2 Nov 2021
There are kernel modules for other Thrustmaster wheels such as the T150 and T300RS but not the T80, unfortunately.
Raceroom running on Linux with Proton
4 projects | reddit.com/r/linux_gaming | 13 Oct 2021
-Thrustmaster T150 with T150_driver
Anyone got t150_driver to work with Project Cars 2, Proton 6.33?
1 project | reddit.com/r/linux_gaming | 9 May 2021
I'm successfully using t150_driver with my Thrustmaster T150 in Eurotrucks 2 on Linux (Ubuntu 20.04).
Problem getting thrustmaster tmx wheel to work on linux
1 project | reddit.com/r/linux_gaming | 7 Apr 2021
you should reply directly to the user so I get a notification when you respond, I only noticed this post by chance. Anyways something like this should work https://github.com/scarburato/t150_driver/blob/master/files/etc/udev/rules.d/10-t150.rules but you will have to replace the name/model id/vendor id with the appropriate ones, I'm surprised that tmdrv doesn't have an example rule
Lotus 79 F1 at Silverstone Historic (Linux/Proton)
6 projects | reddit.com/r/AUTOMOBILISTA | 2 Apr 2021
If you own a T150 or T300RS Thrustmaster wheel, you have this drivers: https://github.com/scarburato/t150_driver
Sim racing in Linux 2020 an update
7 projects | reddit.com/r/simracing | 9 Jan 2021
It's not the prettiest, but it's mine. DIY Steering Wheel Build log.
1 project | reddit.com/r/simracing | 30 May 2022
I'm using Simhub for the dash + LED's and FreeJoy for the Controller part. FreeJoy is such an amazing software, it's basically magic. You can do so much with it.
DIY F16 ICP Build Guide
3 projects | reddit.com/r/HotasDIY | 31 Mar 2022
Most likely your versions don't match up. Download the latest .hex file here: https://github.com/FreeJoy-Team/FreeJoy/releases/tag/v1.7.1b3
Good Place to Start Learning Arduino?
1 project | reddit.com/r/HotasDIY | 27 Mar 2022
I would also take a look at the code of FreeJoy once you are confident enough that you can do basic stuff with your Arduino. It'll be a bit daunting at first, but it might help you understand what a firmware needs to do. But this is probably best saved for when you have a good understanding of what the pins on your Arduino are for and how you can use them.
is there a way for me to learn this stuff without requiring me to memorize the dictionary?
i want to make a Hotas using a "BluePill" and FreeJoy https://github.com/FreeJoy-Team/FreeJoy and I know a bit already as I made a custom lightsaber with lights and sounds but I'm trying to learn how to read a PCB (https://i.stack.imgur.com/iyzRE.gif) and learn what parts I need and the correct voltage of the parts. .
what are some good resources where i can learn how to read this?
its called a "BluePill" and im planning on using it to make a joystick using FreeJoy https://github.com/FreeJoy-Team/FreeJoy
what is the best way to learn for someone with Dyslexia?
my current project is a custom Hotas and I have a "BluePill" https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B079B95L9Y/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I'm using Freejoy https://github.com/FreeJoy-Team/FreeJoy
Does a Bluepill support a Hall Effect Sensor? (if so what V and Ma?)
3 projects | reddit.com/r/HotasDIY | 20 Feb 2022
thank you! i was looking here but could not find anything https://github.com/FreeJoy-Team/FreeJoy
i want to make a ground-up custom Hotas but know nothing about programming and very little about electronics. . is there a plug n play system out there or do I need to learn this stuff?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/HotasDIY | 9 Feb 2022
For the electronics, is easy, go to https://github.com/FreeJoy-Team/FreeJoy and get a bluepill and some potentiometers.
TinkerJoy:Delta, my custom, modular joystick (Phase 1 of 3)
1 project | reddit.com/r/HOSAS | 11 Jan 2022
7: Software: Will use open source https://github.com/FreeJoy-Team/FreeJoy in a custom made "blue pill" that sits in the handle. Said board will have a shitload of connectors to input anything one may want.
Hi guys, I would like to build the W11 steering wheel. I can use a industrial 3D SLS printer and work in the carbon workshop in free time. Who would be interested to help me with the project on coding/modeling etc? I will offer them a free demo wheel🙌🏽credits IG: Mylesbetterdesign
2 projects | reddit.com/r/simracing | 9 Dec 2021
What are some alternatives?
mmjoy_en - MMJoy project english wiki
ArduinoJoystickLibrary - An Arduino library that adds one or more joysticks to the list of HID devices an Arduino Leonardo or Arduino Micro can support.
vJoy - Virtual Joystick
FreeJoy - STM32 USB HID Joystick
Virtual-Joystick-Godot - A simple virtual joystick for touchscreens, for both 2D and 3D games, with useful options.
new-lg4ff - Experimental Logitech force feedback module for Linux
GIMX - The GIMX software.
Proton - Compatibility tool for Steam Play based on Wine and additional components
oversteer - Steering Wheel Manager for GNU/Linux
OpenFFBoard - OpenFFBoard is a universal force feedback interface for DIY simulation devices