straynrg There is not… at least in a fresh install of Batocera in x86_64. You can check which files are included in the file system by checking the fsoverlay: https://github.com/batocera-linux/batocera.linux/tree/master/board/batocera/fsoverlay
You’ll see there’s no /etc/modprobe.d/xone-blacklist.conf present.
Unless one particular package has been altered to add that file? Which I’m not sure why it would even be done like that as that’s really subtle.
So, if you have the time, could you try reflashing (maybe on a new card so you don’t lose anything) and check if the file is still present? If so, it’s worth making it into an issue report so it can get fixed.