ScummVm & XinMo Dual Joysticks

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    I got my arcade finally working. It was a little bit harsh due to problems like Auto-Autofire on the Axis, getting the right kernel usw.

    My Joysticks are working now in nearly every emulator but in scummvm not. The horizontal joystick axis is working fine; the vertical one is reversed. This only happens in scumm vm. How could i solve this problem?

    Thanks in advance



    For ScummVM the controller mapping is unfortunately hardcoded in the sourcecode. Don’t know you came up with this idea?! I had the problem that all buttons were mapped to “stupid” buttons on the PS3 controller. I changed the sourcecode to my wishes and recompiled it. The fastest solution for me. Maybe you will give it a shot.



    Pfuh i am a really linux noob, but thats a point to start from:D I think i can google for the rest:=)



    Ok, i got to this point:

    -> I have scummvm already on the machine, but it seems that there is no config file for compiling.

    -> So i cloned the scummvm rep from github and used 7zip to unpack all files. (I did this in the pi/home/RetroPie/roms/scummvm folder).

    ->I took a look on the ScummVm Wiki and found the needed packages to get this working. So i installed them. (

    ->After i run sudo ./configure the terminal tells me “Looking for C++ compiler… none found!”. GCC and G++ are installed in the newest version.

    So here is my Question:
    1. What could be the problem with the compiler? Everything needed should be installed. Should i do this in another directory?

    I have no clue about compiling, but i am a fast learner. Would appreciate every helping hand i can get!

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