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[Bug 1564463] Re: Joystick Dragonrise Axes confused in Ubuntu 14.04


It seems the bug was fixed by this upstream commit:

commit 18339f59c3a6698ee17d32970c9e1e450b16e7c3
Author: Maciej Zuk
Date:   Thu Sep 3 21:46:39 2015 +0200

    HID: dragonrise: fix HID Descriptor for 0x0006 PID

    Fixed HID descriptor for DragonRise Joystick.  Replaced default descriptor
    which doubles Z axis and causes mixing values of X and Z axes.

This means the first release incorporating the fix is v4.4 (v4.4-rc1
already contains it).

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  Joystick Dragonrise Axes confused in Ubuntu 14.04

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Bug description:
  In Ubuntu 14.04 axis 2 (left-right of the right joystick) is hardly

  Its conflicting and superimposed by axis 0 (left-right of the left

  Axis 2 was allready behaving bad in eralier versions now its completly

  Also jscal complains when applying stored settings from earlier ubuntu
  versions as the joystick now has 6 axes [0-5] and used to have 7, but
  this seems correct.

  The Dragonrise chip seems to be very widespread among different
  speedlink and LinQ models

  There is a related bugreport in Debian Bug-Tracker: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=785606
  that makes

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