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I have a gasia ps3 pad, to make it working on Linux, I install sixad-gasia and qtsixa.

1. Add the qtsixa ppa which contains an updated version of sixad

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:falk-t-j/qtsixa
sudo apt-get update

1a. install qtsixa

sudo apt-get install qtsixa

1b. install the sixad/sixad-gasia package.

sudo apt-get install sixad (for office ps3 pad)
sudo apt-get install sixad-gasia (for gasia ps3 pad)

2. install bluetooth server

sudo apt-get install bluetooth bluez-utils libusb-dev libbluetooth-dev

2. Connect your ps3 controller to your computer via usb and run:

sudo sixpair

3. Unplug your ps3 controller from the usb cable and run:

sudo sixad --start

Press "PS Button" watting Connected ps3 pad with bluetooth:
sixad-sixaxis[32199]: started
sixad-sixaxis[32199]: Connected 'PLAYSTATION®3 Controller (xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx)' [Battery 05]

4. test with jstest-gtk, ppsspp, pcsx2 jpcsp

working fine with PPSSPP, PCSX2, but JPCSP cant use buttons 12,13,14.

to make it working with jpcsp also, I using qtsixa to make buttons 12,13,14,15 input as W,A,S,D keys. Also make right Axis as up, down, left, right, so I can using right Axis when play jpcsp.

run qtsixa:
sudo qtsixa

settings--> Manage devices/profiles

Add a Input profiles

here is my Input profiles



Devices setting:


Disconnect you PS3 pad and Press "PS Button" to reconnect ps3 pad

All done.