How to you map keyboard control on wii remote on linux

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  1. Glovepie
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    Yes the remotes are working on dolphin though I can't do that mouse thing. How do I map keyboard controls to my wii remote I wanna use them in pcsx reloaded.
     
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    Can you run Darwin remote in linux can someone make a deb for it.
     
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    So how can you run darwin in ubuntu natty 64bit
     
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    Check here

    I literally copied the search words from your topic title, and you can find your answer in the first result that isn't this post.
     
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    Wiican seems complex while darwin seems simple but I can't get it to work.
     
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    How do you run darwin in inux.
     
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    Darwiin is Mac software, you can't run it on Linux. Wiican looks simpler than Glovepie (though I only saw a few screenshots), which I'm assuming you know how to use considering you made it your username.

    You'd be better off trying it out for a while instead of coming here every day asking the same question. I'm sure you'd get more help with Wiican, which actually works on Linux, than you would asking how to make Darwiin work on a different OS than it's designed for.
     

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