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ffset(1)						      General Commands Manual							  ffset(1)

ffset - set force-feedback device parameters SYNOPSIS
ffset <device> [-g <gain>] [-a <autocenter strength>] DESCRIPTION
ffset sets the gain and autocenter strength of a force-feedback device. OPTIONS
<device> The device to configure. -g <gain> The gain (0-100). -a <autocenter strength> The autocenter strength (0-100). SEE ALSO
ffcfstress(1), ffmvforce(1), fftest(1), jscal(1), jstest(1). AUTHOR
ffset was written by Johann Deneux. This manual page was written by Stephen Kitt <>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was last modified for ffmvforce dated May 30, 2001. ffset March 8, 2009 ffset(1)

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ffcfstress(1)						      General Commands Manual						     ffcfstress(1)

ffcfstress - constant force stress test for force-feedback devices SYNOPSIS
ffcfstress [-d <device>] [-u <update rate>] [-f <frequency>] [-a <amplitude>] [-s <strength>] [-x <axis>] [-A] [-o] DESCRIPTION
ffcfstress stress tests constant non-enveloped forces on a force feedback device. It simulates a moving spring force by applying a fre- quently updated constant force effect. Beware, the stress test may damage your device! OPTIONS
At least one option is required. -d <device> The device to test (by default /dev/input/event0). -u <update rate> The update rate in Hz (25 by default). -f <frequency> The spring center motion frequency in Hz (0.1 by default). -a <amplitude> The spring center motion amplitude, between 0.0 and 1.0 (1.0 by default). -s <strength> The spring strength factor (1.0 by default). -x <axis> absolute axis to test (default: 0) [0 = X, 1 = Y, 2 = Z, 3 = RX, 4 = RY, 5 = RZ, 6 = WHEEL] -A switch off auto-centering -o Dummy option, useful when all defaults should be used. SEE ALSO
ffmvforce(1), fftest(1), jstest(1). AUTHOR
ffcfstress was written by Oliver Hamann. This manual page was written by Stephen Kitt <>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was last modified for ffcfstress dated February 15, 2002. ffcfstress March 8, 2009 ffcfstress(1)
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