BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien
the2bears Oct 13, 2013 @ 12:44pm
xbox 360 wired controller and Linux
Just not working with Runner2.

I've installed xboxdrv, which recognizes the device. However, nothing I do seems to make a difference with the game. It never sees the stick and I'm stuck as to what to try? Google hasn't shown a lot of suggestions.

Help is appreciated.

Bill
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Tweakedenigma Oct 13, 2013 @ 2:59pm 
xboxdrv only seems to work if you use --mimic-xpad
the2bears Oct 13, 2013 @ 4:57pm 
That's exactly what I needed. Thank-you very much!
Whizzo Jan 2 @ 11:14am 
Hi, I have a non xbox controller, and I can use this in Super Meat Boy emulating a xbox one with xboxdrv, but it don't work with Runner2, no resonse to the pad in te game. I use the --mimic-xpad atribute, my command is:

sudo xboxdrv --evdev /dev/input/event18 --evdev-absmap ABS_X=X1,ABS_Y=Y1,ABS_Z=X1,ABS_RX=X2,ABS_RZ=Y2,ABS_HAT0X=DPAD_X,ABS_HAT0Y=DPAD_Y --evdev-keymap BTN_TRIGGER=Y,BTN_THUMB=B,BTN_THUMB2=A,BTN_TOP=X,BTN_TOP2=LB,BTN_PINKIE=RB,BTN_BASE=LT,BTN_BASE2=RT,BTN_BASE5=Back,BTN_BASE6=Start --mimic-xpad

help please :(

Edit: My system is Arch Linux x64
pakje_bakmeel Jan 2 @ 12:23pm 
I just got my wireless xbox controller working, the other games are working fine when I start xboxdrv with the following command: xboxdrv --quiet --silent --dbus session. but runner2 didn't recognize this. After a little search I found out that the following command does work:
xboxdrv --quiet --silent --mimic-xpad --dbus session.
If you got that running and start runner2 and you will see that the press space etc. is changed with press 'A'
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