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I get this every time I attempt to access it

CommandLineParser::read_config_file(): couldn't open xboxdrv-mouse.ini

the command I was using was sudo xboxdrv --config xboxdrv-mouse.ini it was for this tutorial on calibrating my logitech f310 to control my mouse cursor. Remapping both mouse and keyboard to a gamepad ( the second comment ).

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The most likely solution is it can't find the file because you're not specifying the full path. Find out what the full path is and use that. Eg:

sudo xboxdrv --config /home/oli/xboxdrv-mouse.ini

You can check the path by running stat /home/oli/xboxdrv-mouse.ini. If that tells you it's anything but a file, you're probably using the wrong path.

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