Logitech Wingman Attack joystick
alex at acatysmoof.com
Mon May 5 22:02:14 PDT 2003
I applied the patch, re-compiled joy support out of my kernel (the new
module code compiled with no problems), and tried to load the module. Output
[alex]/dev# kldload -v joy
Loaded joy, id=5
[alex]/dev# xmame -joytype 7 pacman
SDL: Info: Video mode set as 1024 x 768, depth 16
SDL: joystick interface initialization...
SDL: 0 joysticks founds.
OSD: Warning: No joysticks found disabling joystick support
Using 16bpp video mode
I also tried the other xmame -joytypes with the same results.
The loading of the module and your pci patch appear to have worked:
[alex]/dev# kldstat -v
Id Refs Address Size Name
5 1 0xc3435000 3000 joy.ko
I tried blasting joy* from /dev and ./MAKEDEV joy* again, just in case the
device needed to be built differently because of the isa to pci change. I
didn't notice anything different about the new joy devices in /dev.
Again though, thank you for the patch - pretty awesome when you have a problem
and code flies in from userland. :))
Any more ideas of course appreciated.
---------- Original Message -----------
From: Mathew Kanner <mat at cnd.mcgill.ca>
To: Alex Teslik <alex at acatysmoof.com>
Sent: Mon, 5 May 2003 17:37:40 -0400
Subject: Re: Logitech Wingman Attack joystick
> [ Not for -questions ]
> On May 05, Alex Teslik wrote:
> > [...]
> > and no response when I actually press a button.
> > Is there another way to test or calibrate joysticks in FreeBSD?
> > Out of ideas. Any help much appreciated.
> Hello Alex,
> Feel brave? Try this untested patch, it's against 4.8-rc1 I
> think. I don't have a soundblaster so it's really just a wild guess.
> Uh, use modules. and edit /usr/src/sys/modules/joy/Makefile as
> -SRCS = bus_if.h device_if.h isa_if.h joy.c
> +SRCS = bus_if.h device_if.h isa_if.h pci_if.h joy.c
> Brain: Are you pondering what I'm pondering?
> Pinky: I think so, Brain, but me and Pippi Longstocking... I mean,
> what would the children look like?
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