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slouken Jan 24 @ 12:15pm
Steam Link build 747
We've just released an update to the Steam Link firmware.

Changes:
  • Added experimental support for the Xbox One wireless adapter
  • Added support for all known Xbox 360 and Xbox One controllers
  • Added support for the Nintendo Wii U/GameCube controller adapter
  • Added support for the Mayflash GameCube controller adapter
  • Added support for the SteelSeries Stratus Duo controller
  • Added support for the 8BitDo M30 GamePad
  • Added support for the 8Bitdo NES30 GamePad in wired mode
  • Updated VirtualHere to version 4.0.8, including some performance fixes
  • Fixed race condition where restarting the stream quickly could cause a spurious authorization dialog
  • Added advanced streaming setting to choose whether to show recent games after connecting
Last edited by slouken; Jan 26 @ 4:29am
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Mondueo Jan 24 @ 1:29pm 
Okay
CYB3RDOG Jan 24 @ 2:01pm 
Hi slouken,
just after this update my generic usb controller stopped working.
deviceName="Microntek USB Joystick" deviceGUID="03000000790000000600000010010000"
It is not recognized by the HW anymore, it does not even blink.
How can i go to previous build ????
Thanks
CYB3RDOG Jan 24 @ 2:52pm 
Im going to downgrade, there is a system_debug.log for you slouken:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HjgJ0cAAloxzNF17EDFZBfg5mR3NFMOt/view?usp=sharing
You will find out that the other controller works just fine, but the idVendor=0079, idProduct=0006 suddently doesnt.
dalewis Jan 24 @ 3:22pm 
After the automatic upgrade today, my wireless Xbox 360 controller is no longer recognized by destiny 2 and even having big picture mode recognize it sporadically. This is with and without virtualhere.
Today after Christmas I have re-installed steamlink on my raspberry, and I've been all afternoon without managing to operate my Xbox 360 (original) remote with wireless receiver. Does this update affect raspberry pi devices? In that case I understand that it does not work because of the update as well as the other users.
Checked with and without virtualhere too.
At Christmas everything worked perfectly.
Gorgak Jan 24 @ 4:19pm 
This update has killed the controller support and wired ethernet connection for some reason. Even after updating Steam on my PC. Nothing works.
slouken Jan 24 @ 5:03pm 
Originally posted by Gorgak:
This update has killed the controller support and wired ethernet connection for some reason. Even after updating Steam on my PC. Nothing works.

What controller do you have? This update didn’t change network connectivity. Do you have lights on the Ethernet port on the back? Can you ping the Steam Link from your PC?
slouken Jan 24 @ 5:50pm 
Originally posted by Pasku1993:
Today after Christmas I have re-installed steamlink on my raspberry, and I've been all afternoon without managing to operate my Xbox 360 (original) remote with wireless receiver. Does this update affect raspberry pi devices? In that case I understand that it does not work because of the update as well as the other users.
Checked with and without virtualhere too.
At Christmas everything worked perfectly.

No, this didn't affect Raspberry Pi. Please report this bug in the Raspberry Pi subforum for continued troubleshooting.

Thanks!
slouken Jan 24 @ 5:52pm 
Originally posted by CYB3RDOG:
Im going to downgrade, there is a system_debug.log for you slouken:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HjgJ0cAAloxzNF17EDFZBfg5mR3NFMOt/view?usp=sharing
You will find out that the other controller works just fine, but the idVendor=0079, idProduct=0006 suddently doesnt.

It looks like the xpad driver is resetting the USB bus for the Logitech F310. Does the Microntek controller work if you unplug the Logitech controller?

Also, it looks like this device is supported by hid_dr, which is loaded as a module in this build. Can you ssh in and make sure that hid_dr is listed in lsmod? Can you reload it and see if it picks up your device?
Last edited by slouken; Jan 24 @ 6:13pm
CYB3RDOG Jan 24 @ 8:12pm 
Originally posted by slouken:
Originally posted by CYB3RDOG:
Im going to downgrade, there is a system_debug.log for you slouken:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HjgJ0cAAloxzNF17EDFZBfg5mR3NFMOt/view?usp=sharing
You will find out that the other controller works just fine, but the idVendor=0079, idProduct=0006 suddently doesnt.

It looks like the xpad driver is resetting the USB bus for the Logitech F310. Does the Microntek controller work if you unplug the Logitech controller?

Also, it looks like this device is supported by hid_dr, which is loaded as a module in this build. Can you ssh in and make sure that hid_dr is listed in lsmod? Can you reload it and see if it picks up your device?

yes, device vendor product match the hid_dr.ko module, and calling insmod /lib/modules/3.8.13-mrvl/kernel/drivers/hid/hid-dr.ko manually indeend helped, and it picked it up:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/15PNvLjP1qUd5vmtrRogTPNEBMikPIgKd/view?usp=sharing

So my first guess for the failure would be that loading method in rc.local...
I'm trying to use the Xbox One wireless adapter but i cant connect the controller to the adapter. I connect the adapter in the Steam link and click on both the adapter and controller sync buttons and its cant connect.

What i have to do?
CYB3RDOG Jan 25 @ 4:02am 
Originally posted by CYB3RDOG:
Originally posted by slouken:

It looks like the xpad driver is resetting the USB bus for the Logitech F310. Does the Microntek controller work if you unplug the Logitech controller?

Also, it looks like this device is supported by hid_dr, which is loaded as a module in this build. Can you ssh in and make sure that hid_dr is listed in lsmod? Can you reload it and see if it picks up your device?

yes, device vendor product match the hid_dr.ko module, and calling insmod /lib/modules/3.8.13-mrvl/kernel/drivers/hid/hid-dr.ko manually indeend helped, and it picked it up:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/15PNvLjP1qUd5vmtrRogTPNEBMikPIgKd/view?usp=sharing

So my first guess for the failure would be that loading method in rc.local...

So yes, my error was that i got my own version of rc.local file there, cause i previously messed with autoruns. Deleting my override and forcing the distro version of the file helped. Many thanks for your help slouken, youre the best.
DVA Jan 25 @ 6:24am 
After the update, some games stopped working sound (Skyrim, Injustice). And the sound does not work on the computer and on the TV. It's sad.

Switching to the old firmware version (in my case, 710) didn't help.
Last edited by DVA; Jan 25 @ 6:46am
lessster Jan 25 @ 10:12am 
Originally posted by slouken:
  • Added experimental support for the Xbox One wireless adapter

This works like a charm! Perfect! Thank you so much!
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