- assaultParticipant03/06/2015 at 11:38Post count: 10
I’ve the same controller and I would be also interested in the answer :)cortexParticipant03/12/2015 at 10:09Post count: 32
Just to give you an update assault:
I’m at work right now so I can’t test it, but I got an idea that I just posted in the “what Controllers are you using”-thread:
<div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>cacophony555 wrote:</div>
Just bought a Logitech F310 which works great with the Raspberry Pi. No need to install any driver software either.
surprisingly I needed to set the switch to “XInput” mode for it to work. DirectInput did not work for me.
made me think about Setting it to x-Input mode. maybe it’s using the xboxdrv when in x-Input mode? so i could try to Switch the leds.
I’m going to give you an update about this later.
[/quote]assaultParticipant03/12/2015 at 12:49Post count: 10
mh… ok good to know, i will try it also to change the input mode to direct input and start the xbox-driver. i think i will try it on saturday. I’ll report then ;)cortexParticipant04/08/2015 at 14:48Post count: 32
I tried setting the Controller into x-Input mode and it is detected as “Microsoft X-Box Controller Pad”, but it still doesn’t use xboxdrv as driver.
Does anybody else know how I could define the default Driver for a Controller?
I set the “X-Input-Controller” up via Setup-script “set up retroarch controller” and it works, but the LED’s still show player1 on both controllers.
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