Sim racing in Linux 2021 an update

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  • oversteer

    Steering Wheel Manager for GNU/Linux

    Oversteer: This utility allows you to change the range of the steering wheel, combine pedals, create profiles for games, test axis and buttons, and automatically modify the rule permissions to easily use wheel. ITelemetry: It's possible to activate and consult telemetry in F1 2017 thanks to this software designed to be used with Java

  • hid-fanatecff

    Driver to support ForceFeedback of the FANATEC CSL Elite Wheel Base

    Fanatec Wheels, Probably the biggest update in 2021 we had, there is now a community driver on Github That has the elite and sport working and appears to be experimental with the DD setups. I do not have a fantec wheel to test this.

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  • PyLinuxWheel: Currently it supports a lot of Logitech Steering Wheels (from very old Steering Wheels like WingMan Formula to newer like G29 and G920) , it has more functionalities like set Force Feedback, combine pedals, export and import profiles, test pedals, set range, etc. Also, it is very easy to install as it has Appimage and deb packages.

  • t150_driver

    Linux driver for Thrustmaster T150 Steering Wheel USB


  • hid-tmff2

    Linux kernel module for Thrustmaster T300RS and T248


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