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Hardware: Linux supported steering wheel with 3 pedals
11-14-2009, 06:36 AM
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Hardware: Linux supported steering wheel with 3 pedals
Hi all,

I'd like to use a steering wheel with 3 pedals for VDrift on Linux. However, I can't seem to find much info on which (USB) wheels are supported... Logitech is apparently popular, but the G25/27 are out of my league.

Is there a list of Linux-supported wheels, or does anyone here have experience with other wheels? I've seen an affordable ThrustMaster "Rally GT Force Feedback Clutch Racing Wheel" with 3 pedals, but can't find anything about Linux support...

Thanks for any info!
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12-01-2009, 07:43 PM
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Almost any USB steering wheel will be supported for input (comes under the heading of standardised Human Input Devices), issues are more or less confined to force feedback. Even so, a lot of devices will still work with force feedback for HID (which may or may not be configured for your particular installation).
Force feedback isn't real important anyway Wink I'd go with what you can afford.
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