- aditraboyParticipant05/28/2014 at 06:10Post count: 10
Hello, how do I set twin usb in retropie?
I use a controller like this
http://videogame.brando.com/prod_img/zoom/usbPS2Converter2_B.jpgtrimmtrabbParticipant05/28/2014 at 23:16Post count: 480
Hi, with both pads plugged in type in terminal:
Are both pads identified, there should be two ‘js’ (joystick) each followed by a numberaditraboyParticipant06/08/2014 at 06:34Post count: 10
yes, js0 and js1
how to configuration?trimmtrabbParticipant06/08/2014 at 19:13Post count: 480
This thread may help you:
You can also have seperate controls for certain emulators if you place a retroarch.cfg in the respective emulator folder for example: RetroPie/configs/megadrive/
This will override the default controls in configs/all/phipix01Participant06/26/2014 at 17:14Post count: 27
I use exactly the same Adapter but i couldnt get both controllers to work. Are you using 2 original sony controllers of exactly the same type? Because i think this causes my problem. I tried a original sony and a Logic at first and the Red light from the sony controller turned off as soon as i plugged the other one in. Then I tried with a PS2 and a PS1 controller this works slightly better but not perfect either because i cant have them both running at the same time.
now if you’d confirm me that 2 controllers of the same type are working i will definetly purchase some more.
Have you done your configurations yet? does it work fine?
I actually bought a second adapter in hopes that i could have 4 Controllers connected to the pi alltogether.
Do you guys think the Pi can handle this? Has anyone ever seen or even tried smthing like this?
I tried these configs once:
but they dont work for me.
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