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SubjectRe: joydev.c and saitek cyborg evo force
On Thu, 14 Jun 2007, Renato Golin wrote:

> Applied your patch and the log is below,
[...]
> [ 6973.596722] calling input_set_abs_params, code: 0, min: ffffff81,
> max: 7f, fuzz: 0, flat: f
> [ 6973.596724] Absolute.X
> [ 6973.596732] calling input_set_abs_params, code: 1, min: ffffff81,
> max: 7f, fuzz: 0, flat: f
> [ 6973.596735] Absolute.Y

Hi Renato,

this signalizes something is wrong between the device and HID layer - it
could be both the report descriptor of the device being wrong, or some bug
in hid-input that is not triggered by any other device.

Could you please send me the report descriptor of the device, so that I
could debug it locally here?

The report descriptor should be present in your HID_DEBUG dump, but you
don't seem to have provided in any of the previous mails. The relevant
line in dmesg should look similar to:

report descriptor (size 61, read 54) = 05 0b 09 05 a1 01 05 09 19 11 29 18
15 00 25 01 75 01 95 08 81 22 05 08 09 3a a1 02 05 09 19 11 29 17 15 00 25
01 75 01 95 07 b1 a2 c0 06 ff ff 09 01 15 00 25 01 75 01 95 01 b1 22 c0

Thanks,

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Jiri Kosina
SUSE Labs
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