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    cant get rid off deadzone on steering wheel

    I'm trying to make my steering wheel work properly but there is a annoying 0.1 deadzone that i cant get rid of (I tried on beamNG.drive and F1 2015), i already tried to calibrate it with the jstest calibration utility and evdev-joystick it made no difference, im running linux mint 19.1 and my wheel is a arduino leonardo using the joystick library 2.0, it also worded fine with no deadzone on windows, thanks in advance

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    Re: cant get rid off deadzone on steering wheel

    Thread moved to MINT a more appropriate sub-forum.

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    Re: cant get rid off deadzone on steering wheel

    I'm having the same issue, but on Ubuntu 18.04LTS. Also a self-made steering wheel, using a teensy 3.6, very similar to an arduino. The deadzone only seems to happen in the middle of the X axis, not on any other axes. Should I make a new post about this in the ubuntu forum?

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    Re: cant get rid off deadzone on steering wheel

    Quote Originally Posted by dionysusnu View Post
    Should I make a new post about this in the ubuntu forum?
    Yes, please start your own thread in Ubuntu Official Flavours Support.

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