For those who didn't know, drivers for Thrustmaster are thing (Link in description)

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  • new-lg4ff

    Experimental Logitech force feedback module for Linux

    Right now the best support you can get for steering wheels on Linux is for Logitech (new-lg4ff). If I can recommend a model is the G29, which is the one I have, and in my opinion the one that gives less problems and more complete. The G27 or the DFGT also work perfectly and you can find them second hand for very little money.

  • hid-tmff2

    Linux kernel module for Thrustmaster T300RS and T248

    As far as I know this driver does not support force feedback for Thrustmaster steering wheels. In addition to the driver for the T300RS, there is another project for the T150, and both have FFB support. In my opinion the best would be a single project that encompasses many models of Thrustmaster as tmdrv, but well, I'm a user and not a programmer, plus I do not know if this is possible or "simple" to do.

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  • oversteer

    Steering Wheel Manager for GNU/Linux

    As u/berarma, the creator of Oversteer and new-lg4ff says, you must install his driver in order to get Force Feedback in most of games (natives and emulated). Thanks to new-lg4ff I can play rFactor 2, Assetto Corsa, Automobilista, ETS2 and ATS, BeamNG, Dirt Rally 2 and a lot of games with FFB without problems.

  • hid-fanatecff

    Driver to support ForceFeedback of the FANATEC CSL Elite Wheel Base

    Yes, there are an experimental driver for it: https://github.com/gotzl/hid-fanatecff

  • ALVR

    Stream VR games from your PC to your headset via Wi-Fi

    ALVR is working on a linux port of ALVR wireless vr (quest, quest 2 and go). A prototype is already being released, supports amd and intel graphics.. here is link: https://github.com/alvr-org/ALVR

  • tmdrv

    Mirror of https://gitlab.com/her0/tmdrv — Tool to initialize some Thrustmaster racing wheels on Linux.

    Just for the sake of sharing, I dont know how it compares. But i've been using this https://github.com/her001/tmdrv repository and its been working great.

  • Proton

    Compatibility tool for Steam Play based on Wine and additional components

    I think this problem is corrected on the newest versions of Proton. https://github.com/ValveSoftware/Proton/issues/2366#issuecomment-710709440

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