XP11 on Linux

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    I’m running X-Plane 11 on Arch Linux, which works fine.
    The Brunner as a conventional joystick works fine as well, however, I bought this thing to have FFB.
    So I installed the plugin and it shows as an activated plugin in XP11.
    I do also understand that in addition, I have to access the joystick via a Windows installation, which I have running on a second PC (in VM, but that shouldn’t matter, there is a network connection to the simulation host).
    However, from here on, I’m lost. How can I get this going?
    Do I need to connect the joystick via USB to the Windows installation? If so, wouldn’t the input signal be lost in XP11?

    Apart from that, is there any chance that we might see full Linux support, meaning a port of the CLS2SIM software to Linux?
    Or maybe a software that just activates a predefined profile (would work for me as well)?
    Are the profiles actually stored in the software or on the joystick itself?




    I use wine (crossover) to run CLS2sim and E2CAN Gateway to communicate the rudder and yoke over ehernet and not over usb and so I run everything fine on linux.


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