- gaucheParticipant12/09/2013 at 09:18Post count: 17
I see that running MAME ROMs is problematic (e.g. here). I am in the same boat. Even the ROMs that are listed as supported exhibit the same problem.
I am running a from-source build that completed just yesterday, so it’s basically the most up to date available. I have tried replacing
%BASENAME%. I have tried all the commented out
COMMANDs (i.e. alternate emulators) in the MAME system configuration.
Can anyone enlighten me as to whether this should be working? What might I be doing wrong?pappyParticipant12/13/2013 at 13:12Post count: 5
As I wrote in the other thread: install “mame4rpi” and you will be happy!
Just changing the system configuration doesn´t help. It is necessary to do a source-code install of “mame4rpi” in the retropie-setup script.gaucheParticipant12/13/2013 at 23:39Post count: 17
Thanks, but I’m running a recent source code install and there is no mame4pi emulator installed.brooksyxParticipant12/14/2013 at 00:12Post count: 81
[quote=3580]Thanks, but I’m running a recent source code install and there is no mame4pi emulator installed.[/quote]
Looks it is included with the latest RetroPie setup script.
Well mame4allpi which I imagine is what you mean
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