Any one here tried setting up CMA on there RetroPie and how well did it work? I have the old 256M RPi and was considering trying CMA – Dynamic Memory Split so my pi can still be used for other things when not playing games.
It doesn’t work, no matter what I’m doing with the gpu_mem_512 line. It’s like emulationstation doesn’t like the cma-commands at all.
By the way, when using i.e. 384MB for the gpu as a fixed value ( no CMA ), I only get a blank white screen for emulationstation.
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