[ubuntu] sixad daemon not starting at boot
Distro: Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat).
Qt version: 4.7.0
PyQt version: 4.7.4
QtSixA version: 1.5.0
The problem I have is that on boot the sixad daemon doesn't sit and wait for a controller to be connected.
Sometimes I have to force it by doing "sudo /etc/init.d/sixad start" and then connect the controller up, but then the daemon is still sat running at the terminal. Although I've noticed doing CTRL+C to close it, the controller stays connected and will continue to work thereafter regardless of how many times I connect/disconnect it. Its just a pain that I have to start it up manually each time. Also doing it this way, I've noticed issuing "sudo /etc/init.d/sixad status" shows that its not running.
Using the main GUI "force" option from the menu doesn't accept connections either. So the only way for me is to do "sudo /etc/init.d/sixad start".