GNOME developer Bastien Nocera has implemented enhancements to the Bluetooth stack of the Fedora Linux operating system, reported Softpedia.
The improvements are set to enhance the use of PlayStation 3 DualShock controllers in the GNOME desktop environment.
The controller is now easier to connect to a PC, but still requires an initial connection via USB.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 Dualshock controller is now also supported, thanks to the enhancements.
Users will also be able to charge their controllers via a USB cable connected to their PC without establishing a Bluetooth connection, stated the report.