- robertybobParticipant02/23/2016 at 16:18Post count: 219
I guess this is a question which can only be answered by a few people here, but could someone tell me what the current state of RetroPie is on this architecture?
I’m assuming all emulators (more specifically PPSSPP, Reicast and YaBause) run near near-perfectly (as in, nearly as good as a desktop PC)? There’s the Odriod-C2 out next month and I wondered whether I should take the plunge now and pre-order.
Obviously there are no images for any board other than the Raspberry Pi, but will this change within the coming weeks?petrockblogKeymaster02/23/2016 at 18:09Post count: 1828
X86/X11 support is pretty good.
Odroid is bad/limited.
there will be no images. source only.robertybobParticipant02/23/2016 at 18:49Post count: 219
Ah right. I thought I knew what X11 was but obviously not lol. X86 is 64bit e.g Windows 7 64bit.. what’s X11?zerojayParticipant02/24/2016 at 03:55Post count: 173
X86 is 32-bit, generally. amd64 or x86-64 is normally the 64-bit versions. X11 is a standard for graphical servers, drawing windows on screen, etc…gizmo98Participant02/24/2016 at 08:54Post count: 452
RetroPie X86/X11 support:
https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/RetroPie-Ubuntu-15.10-x86-Flavorgizmo98Participant02/24/2016 at 08:59Post count: 452
And odroid install guide:
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