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I have been thinking about doing a mod to allow for the use of a Xbox 360 controller. I used to have a wireless S-controller rip off which worked great but I lost it during moving some time go. I also have the Logitech one, but I really despise it. It just feels wrong and in no way is as good as the s-controller.
I do love the 360 controller and use that for my 360 and my Opensuse based media centre. So I would also like to use it on a Xbox.
I was thinking of using a Raspberry Pi, a Xbox 360 usb receiver, custom usb connector/output to connect to the Xbox motherboard and connector for auto on/off with the xbox button on the 360.
On the Pi I want to load a lightweight Linux with the Xboxdrv driver to take the input of the 360 controllers and translate it to the OG xbox controller output, using some of the code from this same driver which also supports the original xbox controller.
A bit worried about lag and my ability to mod the driver code, but seems like an interesting challenge.
Any one seeing other challenges or maybe has tried this and found it impossible
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