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  • Linux 5.4 Adds Support For The FlySky FS-iA6B - A Receiver Popular With DIY Drones

    Phoronix: Linux 5.4 Adds Support For The FlySky FS-iA6B - A Receiver Popular With DIY Drones

    The input driver updates for the Linux 5.4 kernel include the addition of an interesting, budget-friendly RC receiver that can be used for home-built drones and other use-cases while now the driver allows the receiver when paired with a supported RC controller to serve as a traditional Linux joystick input...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-Input-Updates

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    Sorry to stray from the topic of Linux support for the FlySky FS-iA6B receiver, but...

    The FrSky XSR-SIM (compatible with FrSky, not FlySky, transmitters) seems to work well on Windows and macOS. Has anyone reading here tried the FrSky XSR-SIM on Linux?

    I have nothing against FlySky transmitters and receivers: I'm told they're great values. But I prefer the form factor of the FrSky Taranis X-Lite.

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