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    ... your awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by yam125 View Post
    ... your awesome
    I consider myself having no life, but hey whatever :P

    Attached is the code and a binary. This binary works in ubuntu if you've compiled libusb1.0 from source, I make no guarantees it will not blow up your computer and all that disclaimer stuff.

    This program works ONLY for the Fusion Brain V4. I will add other support at another time when I find someone who can test for me.

    run the program with no command line arguments to see how to use it.

    Edit: The file has been removed in lieu of the file in the post in the Fusion brain forums. a link to the file is provided below

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    Happy VD!

    Thx malcom, you're an inspiration to us all.
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    Try RevFE
    The best resurrected frontend I've ever used, period.

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    I got the FB ver 4

    the libusb package was the easiest tarball package to install.

    I have a question about the FB package, does the script included place all the files in the correct places

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    Here, use this one:

    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/atta...m-linux-fb.tar

    It uses libusb0.1 which most distros have a package for already. Just install whatever the dev package of libusb is for your distro, untar the package, and in a command window:
    g++ main.cpp fblib.cpp -o main `pkg-config libusb --libs --cflags`

    If it works for you, and there is enough general interest I can perhaps work on a MDX style application which will run in the background and allow you to script actions and the like.

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    how are you using your fb set up?

    i plan to do some basic steering wheel controls, battery monitoring ect, nothing that would require a frontend.

    another question, wher do i mv the fusion brain files to?

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    Well you need to extract my tar file to its own directory so you can compile it.

    As for what I plan on using it for, I have no idea yet

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    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/fusi...ram-linux.html
    That is the "official" topic for my program, so I won't be updating in this one anymore.

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