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I have a connected joystick (Logitech Extreme 3D Pro) in Linux (Debian). Joystick is recognized by the system and works fine in other games. But when I try to launch the Planets Nomads, the game crashes. If I disconnect the joystick (pull out USB cable), the game starts normally. In the file Player.log I have the following string:

Joystick 1 (Logitech Logitech Extreme 3D) is unrecognized and will use raw control indices as reported by the driver

Is there a command line option to prevent the game from using the joystick and not to remove the USB cable from the computer each time?

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Post edited January 23, 2019 by tutornet
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Not having this issue on Debian (Buster), using exactly same model of joystick. In fact, I can easily use it in-game, too (for example, while driving or flying, but also for character movement if I would wish too). Game gets mapping from SDL, via xinput (the one related to gamepads, not the linux xinput), so setting:

...variable with correct content allow you to provide own mappings (recommending gamepad-tool program for preparing the mappings).