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- Aug 27 2019, 6:47 PM (48 w, 6 d)
Sat, Jul 25
There's an AppImage upstream, so if you don't want to add it to the repository again I would understand that.
I use the tool daily and noticed after todays update that it's not installed anymore, so I made a package for myself :)
Thu, Jul 23
Thu, Jul 9
Yes, that's ok.
Updated maintainer file
Tue, Jul 7
Jul 4 2020
Jun 25 2020
As you wish, no problem
Jun 19 2020
It works! Thank you very much.
May 20 2020
@medusalix Thank you very much. I hope you get the permissions. It would be a pity for all the work you have already done.
@ermo I don't know how that could be possible. A Xbox controller can only connect with the dongle if the dongle is initialized. The dongle gets initialized by xow/service. The connection between the dongle and the controller is over wifi but that's just between the dongle and the controller. There's no network traffic or anything. So I can't listen on a socket.
Yes, you are right. Fixed.
Added upstream patch for the modprobe config file to not blacklist mt76x2u but prevent it loading for the usb dongle.
May 19 2020
Thanks you for your input.
I made those changes.
Changed to /usr/bin
Changed to %apply_patches
Changed service restart behaviour to always to have service restarted after sleep
Changed service type from idle to simple, as with binding to device idle makes no sennse in my opinion
May 16 2020
Added udev rules to autostart service when usb dongle is plugged in
I initially removed mt76x2u blacklist from the makefile, as in my case the module doesn't bind to the dongle.
I've seen now there are dongles with different ids which the module binds to:
I'll do some research if the service could be automatically activated when a user has the usb inserted. But I would provide that solution upstream.
For v0.4 I would leave it like it is upstream.
Use patch -i as suggested
Update pspec file
Update license info
May 14 2020
@Solus Devs If you like, you can assign that to me. I'm already using xow on my machine and already did some work on my machine to make a package.
It would be my first package though.