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deakmann 
FS_UAE for Linux Gamepad
Posted on 15-Jun-2020 20:15:30
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Hi,

I've finally got around to trying to get my old CD32 games working under FS_UAE with Ubuntu Mate 20.04.

So far I found PowerISO and created iso files of my old CD32 games and got them all working , however most are difficult to play without a gamepad.

Has anyone got any recomendations for gamepads which will work with Linux and FS-UAE? I see there are a lot of Nintendo style 8 bit pads around many of which work with Raspbery Pi so these would probably be a good bet?

I also still have a couple of Competition Pro CD32 gamepads which is see there is a USB adaptor for but it's unclear if these have drivers for Linux.

Cheers

Andy

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