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Initial inclusion of xone

Authored by infinitymdm on Sun, Nov 20, 8:55 PM.



Initial inclusion of xone, a driver for Xbox Wireless recievers. Fixes T10185

Test Plan
  • With the dongle unplugged, run sudo After accepting the EULA, Microsoft's proprietary firmware will be downloaded.
  • Plug in the dongle.
  • Pair an Xbox controller as you normally would. See the "Connect your controller" section of this page.
  • Launch an application that uses the controller (I use the controller configuration window in Yuzu) and verify that all inputs work as expected.
  • Launch a game or application that uses controller force feedback (I use Yuzu for this as well) and ensure that force feedback works as expected.

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Event Timeline

infinitymdm created this revision.Sun, Nov 20, 8:55 PM
infinitymdm requested review of this revision.Sun, Nov 20, 8:55 PM

Note that you need an xbox wireless dongle to use this. I have the slim one shown on this page: There is also an older, slightly chunkier one. I have not tested this software with the older model.

Note also that you'll need a peripheral device capable of using Microsoft's Game Input Protocol. I use an Xbox One controller (model 1708), but there are a variety of other devices (controllers, headsets, etc.) that use GIP wirelessly. For the full list of supported devices, see

Add this to the bottom of the install phase please:

	    # Compress modules with zstd
	    find "$installdir" -name '*.ko' -exec strip --strip-debug {} \; -exec zstd {} \; -exec rm -v {} \;
ReillyBrogan requested changes to this revision.Sun, Nov 20, 9:09 PM
This revision now requires changes to proceed.Sun, Nov 20, 9:09 PM

Oh, you are also using the branch main. You'll need to use master instead.

  • Add zstd compression
  • Remove a bit of whitespace
  • Switch branch name to master

Oh, you are also using the branch main. You'll need to use master instead.

I gave it a git branch -m master, but I'm not sure if arcanist picked that up. Let me know if I need to take another look at it.

ReillyBrogan accepted this revision.Mon, Nov 21, 12:54 AM

LGTM, thanks!

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Mon, Nov 21, 12:54 AM
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