Emulator Issues #10478
Linux - Xbox One Gamepad - No rumble options available
What's the problem? Describe what went wrong.
There are no Options to set a Rumble Motor when using a X-box One Pad
Device Name is evdev/Microsoftx-Box One Pad
lsusb Output for the Controller:
Bus 001 Device 009: ID 045e:02d1 Microsoft Corp. XBOX One Controller for Windows
It is important to make sure the bug hasn't already been fixed. Please tell us what the latest version you've verified the bug on.
What are your PC specifications? (CPU, GPU, Operating System, more)
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4720HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz
CPU: Nvidia GTX950M
OS: Ubuntu 17.04 / Linux 4.10.0-32-generic
#6 Updated by JosJuice over 1 year ago
Can confirm issue. Bisected to 5.0-4607 as first to stop working. Only affects rumble test in controller configuration.
Issue does not occur with background input enabled.
That sounds more like issue 10441 than this issue report. (But it is possible that this issue report actually is for the same issue as that issue report.)
PR 5778 is a revert of the issue, but doesn't fix it.
It's not a revert, and it wasn't aiming to fix any rumble issue.
#13 Updated by Philip6294 2 months ago
The only Game i tested it was Move or Die (https://store.steampowered.com/app/323850/Move_or_Die/)
It also vibrates when testing it through Steam
#14 Updated by Billiard26 2 months ago
Just to confirm.. When clicking the button for "Motor" under "Rumble" (while the rest of your gamepad is configured and working) the list is completely empty?
If that's the case, evdev is saying your device does not support force feedback effects. There isn't really anything we can do about that.
#15 Updated by Philip6294 2 months ago
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This is what it looks like, Controller is fully mapped and working, but any of the options in the Rumble menu don't do anything
#16 Updated by Billiard26 2 months ago
Oh. I wouldn't describe that as "There are no Options to set a Rumble Motor". :/
FYI. The "Apply" button is currently broken. Please click "OK" and re-open the dialog and "Test" to confirm it still doesn't work.
Which version of Dolphin are you using now? Some aspects of rumble configuration have just been fixed.