Monthly Archives: July 2012

RetroPie-Setup: An initialization script for RetroArch on the Raspberry Pi

If you want to install and setup RetroArch on the Raspberry Pi (TM) together with various emulator cores, all needed libraries for the SNESDev controller interface, and a graphical front end you can now go to There you will find an easy-to-use script that installs all essential packages for retro gaming on the Raspberry. […]

Connecting SNES sockets to the Raspberry Pi: An assembly guide

UPDATE: For connecting original controllers from game consoles or arcade machines, there is now the ControlBlock. It supported various controller types and provides even a power switch functionality. The ControlBlock is has its own page here. In a previous post, I described my idea of a universal console with the Raspberry Pi. I presented, what I […]

SNESDev-RPi: A SNES-Adapter for the Raspberry Pi

You already might have heard of the Raspberry Pi. It is a credit-card sized PC from the Raspberry Pi Foundation and is going into mass production and distribution these days. There is a huge demand for “the Pi” and the first orders are limited to one per person. A few weeks ago I got my […]

Pancake Board: Arduino-Compatible Minimum Configuration Board for ATMEGA168/328 with USB Connector

In my last post, I described a minimum configuration for an ATMEGA microcontroller, which is also used in the earlier Arduino boards, and I also explained how to program that microcontroller with an ISP. Here, I present a small all-purpose board that contains exactly that minimum configuration together with an USB-B connector. The USB connector […]

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