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Installing a driver from GitHub (to try using a Fanatec DD1 racing wheel)
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BlackBloodRum Dec 27, 2023
Quoting: whizse
Quoting: BlackBloodRumThis is a toolchain issue, not a bug in the software itself as confirmed by other people being able to build it. Please don't suggest opening bug reports for help requests on any project, most developers would find that annoying. Discussions/Forums/Discord (whatever a particular project prefers) are a better place for support, such as:
https://github.com/gotzl/hid-fanatecff/discussions
I did poke around for a forum but I'm blind when it comes to github. I swear they move things around just for me!
Part of Githubs algorithm reads:

1. if user has name 'whizse'
1.1 randomize menu order
1.2 hide common options
1.3 laugh like an evil maniac.

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