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  • computerquip
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    The Valve developer sniffed out the command sequence from the Windows driver and implemented it within the Linux driver for the XBox 360 wireless controller.
    Not to take credit away from his contribution, but he is not the one who found the command sequence for this. We've known how to change the LED on the Xbox wireless controllers for years.

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  • madman2k
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    actually valve pushing this change is only half of the story. see here:

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  • grenadecx
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    Originally posted by Awesomeness View Post
    I believe this already makes Valve a bigger Kernel contributor than Canonical.
    I've no idea if this is true or not. But why does that even matter?

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  • Awesomeness
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    I believe this already makes Valve a bigger Kernel contributor than Canonical.

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  • Thanks Valve, Xbox Wireless Controller LEDs Work On Linux 4.2

    Phoronix: Thanks Valve, Xbox Wireless Controller LEDs Work On Linux 4.2

    A few more input driver updates were mailed in this morning for the Linux 4.2 kernel. This second input update for this next kernel version has better Xbox Wireless Controller support thanks to a patch from Valve...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...less-Linux-4.2
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