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The Sony [https://www.playstation.com/en-us/explore/accessories/gaming-controllers/dualshock-4/ Dualshock Wireless 4] controller works well with Linux.
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The Sony [https://www.playstation.com/en-us/explore/accessories/gaming-controllers/dualshock-4/ Dualshock Wireless 4] controller works well with Linux. Support was added in 3.15, though newest revisions of the DualShock 4 require Linux 4.10.
  
 
==Battery==
 
==Battery==
 
When connected via USB, the controller's battery will show up under <tt>/sys/class/power_supply</tt>.
 
When connected via USB, the controller's battery will show up under <tt>/sys/class/power_supply</tt>.
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==Input==
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Though primarily used as a joystick, the DualShock can also be employed as a mouse via the X eudev driver.
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==Further Reading==
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* [https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Sony_DualShock Sony DualShock] page on the Gentoo Wiki
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* [https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Gamepad Gamepad] page on the Arch Wiki

Latest revision as of 23:23, 8 September 2019

The Sony Dualshock Wireless 4 controller works well with Linux. Support was added in 3.15, though newest revisions of the DualShock 4 require Linux 4.10.

Battery

When connected via USB, the controller's battery will show up under /sys/class/power_supply.

Input

Though primarily used as a joystick, the DualShock can also be employed as a mouse via the X eudev driver.

Further Reading