Commit 7e1b7352 authored by Alberto Vicente's avatar Alberto Vicente
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more detailed README for the 0.3 version of pyLinuxWheel

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If you use pyLinuxWheel as script you have to install python 3 and the following packages: python-gi, python-gi-cairo,
python3-gi, python3-gi-cairo, gir1.2-gtk-3.0, wget.
Also you can use pyLinuxWheel as AppImage. It has all dependecies included in it except wget.
Also you can use pyLinuxWheel as AppImage. It has all dependencies included in it except wget.
Wget is only neccesary to auto install the udev rules for your logitech wheel.
## Usage
To use pyLinuxWheel you can download and unzip the application from https://gitlab.com/OdinTdh/pyLinuxWheel or use
the AppImage version from this link https://bintray.com/odintdh/AppImages/download_file?file_path=pyLinuxWheel-v0.3-x86_64.AppImage
To use pyLinuxWheel you have to download from https://gitlab.com/OdinTdh/pyLinuxWheel, unzip and execute the pyLinuxWheel.py
script. Other option is download and execute the AppImage version from this link https://bintray.com/odintdh/AppImages/download_file?file_path=pyLinuxWheel-v0.3-x86_64.AppImage
PyLinuxWheel needs sudo permissions to change the values of the Logitech wheel driver. If you don't want to execute
pyLinuxWheel as root or sudo, you have 2 options:
* Let to pyLinuxWheel automatically install the udev rules created by Feral for Logitech Wheels.
* Manually install the udev rules for Logitech Wheels. You can use the file 99-logitech-wheel-perms that it is in the rules
directory of the progam.
* Manually install the udev rules for Logitech Wheels. You can use the file 99-logitech-wheel-perms.rules that it is in the rules
directory.
The udev rules file has been originally created by Feral for its games. A big thanks to give us permission
The udev rules file has been originally created by Feral (https://www.feralinteractive.com/) for its games. A big thanks to give us permission
to use in this program
## AppImage
AppImage format permits to package a program with its dependencies. You can download the pyLinuxWheel AppImage that
I created from https://bintray.com/odintdh/AppImages/download_file?file_path=pyLinuxWheel-v0.3-x86_64.AppImage
But If you want to generate in your own computer a new AppImage for this program you can use the buildappimage.sh script
## Supported racing wheels
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