Release Notes: The driver can be used as a Linux 2.6 module (j2mdev). If the joydev driver is loaded, the joystick is seen as a mouse and as a joystick at the same time; there are no conflicts. The previous features are included in this kernel-land driver (the protocols ps/2, imps/2, exps/2, and keys can be assigned). In the user-land version, direct support for Links-hacked-030709 has been added (so GPM is no longer needed for the framebuffer mode), and bugfixes have also been made.
Release Notes: Direct support for Links-2.1pre11 has been added (so GPM is no longer needed for the framebuffer mode). Bugfixes have also been made.
Release Notes: The IMPS/2 protocol (3 buttons and 1 wheel) can now be emulated. Joystick key assignments can be chosen, and instructions for using the program as a second pointer with XFree86 and GPM were added.