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       xwiishow - Test connected Wii Remote devices


       xwiishow [-h]
       xwiishow list
       xwiishow <num>
       xwiishow /sys/bus/hid/devices/<device>


       The  xwiishow tool, when called without arguments, shows a short usage information. If the
       list parameter is given, it lists all connected Wii Remotes. Each connected Wii Remote  is
       given  a number. If you pass this number to xwiishow then this device is opened and the UI
       shows a graphical representation of the device. Instead of passing  this  number  you  can
       also pass an absolute path to the device-root in the sysfs directory.

       In  the  ncurses-based  interface you can press 'q' to quit the application, 'r' to toggle
       the rumble motor and 'a' to toggle the accelerometer.


       $ xwiishow list

       No device path given. Listing devices:
         Found device: /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.1/usb3/3-2/3-2:1.0/bluetooth/hci0/hci0:11/0005:057E:0306.0001
       End of device list

       $                                                                                 xwiishow
       <ncurses based interface>


       This tool is quite incomplete. It does not support all interfaces that are provided by the
       wiimote  kernel  driver.  However,  it provides enough functionality to test whether a Wii
       Remote is detected properly.

       The tool reads the input devices directly so you might need root rights to properly access
       the Wii Remote.


       David Herrmann <>
       The XWiimote Project:


       xwiimote(7), libxwiimote(7),