Hi! I have a problem with my xin-mo dual arcade controller in Lakka running on a PC.
I have two players connected to the xin-mo board, with both players having a joystick and six buttons. The xin-mo is connected with a single USB to the PC. When connecting the arcade controller to a Windows PC, the PC recognizes it as two separate controllers, as it should. In Lakka however the controller is recognized as a single controller.
I already found that I need to add “usbhid.quirks=0x16c0:0x05e1:0x040” into the syslinux.cfg file. When accassing the commandline via Putty I can unfortunately not access this file. It simply does not seem to exists.
Via this topic: Problems with controls “juyao dual arcade” I found that it is possible to launch Lakka from a USB and edit the commandline from the boot menu. When I type in the boot menu “live usbhid.quirks=0x16c0:0x05e1:0x040” and open live mode, Lakka recognizes the xin-mo as two separate controllers (yay!).
I would like to have this function be permanently implemented in the installed mode. Typing “installer usbhid.quirks=0x16c0:0x05e1:0x040” in the boot menu does install Lakka as normal. This does however not seem to do anything in the end. Lakka still doesn’t recognize the controller as two separates, and I still can’t reach the syslinux.cfg file via SSH using Putty.
Thanks in advance!