- webheadParticipant03/03/2015 at 23:16Post count: 23
hi can you add psp im sure it could cope with it and if there is one how where and when cheers.barbudreadmonParticipant03/04/2015 at 11:30Post count: 25
I heard ppssppsdl is working fine but i didn’t try it yet. libretro-ppsspp is a no-go at the moment, you can build it with a lot of hacks, but it’s way too slow.webheadParticipant03/04/2015 at 21:14Post count: 23
got any ideas for a noob to get ppssppsdl on my pi cheers.jbamParticipant03/06/2015 at 23:39Post count: 4cliffyboroParticipant03/08/2015 at 12:58Post count: 21
Any noobish friendly guide to compile it jbam? I’m perfectly fine using ssh console to do it. Are the save/load bugs to do with save state or actual saving in game?gizmo98Participant03/08/2015 at 13:30Post count: 452
Hi jbam. If you can provide a step by step build instruction i will create a ppsspp-libretro module for retropie-setup.jbamParticipant03/09/2015 at 07:50Post count: 4
No this is not a contest .
it’s just to answer to “libretro-ppsspp is a no-go at the moment, you can build it with a lot of hacks, but it’s way too slow.”
It is available this week on http://www.mon-pi-et-moi.fr
the solution is simple, Raspbian causes many worries about building ppsspp libretro and large changes are implemented.
pass under archlinux :)cliffyboroParticipant03/13/2015 at 21:05Post count: 21
What a divvy. Why would anyone buy it when it’s free already is beyond me.cliffyboroParticipant03/13/2015 at 21:10Post count: 21
oldchocobo, is that all it is? 1 euro? I’ll donate and then pass the image onto this site so they can look at the psp implementation then it’s free for everyone.cliffyboroParticipant03/13/2015 at 21:15Post count: 21
links to his downloads
Sorry guy’s, I’ve removed the links as they contain illegal iso’s and roms.
I’m currently in the process of extracting the needed files and integrating them into my retropie setup. Once I’ve done (if i can accomplish it) i’ll zip the required files and zip them up and post a detailed guide on how to put it into your existing retropie setup’s.
I’ll see about making a simple script to do it but I’ve never wrote one before but it shouldn’t be too hard with a bit of help. It will only be a few commands like wget and unzipping, but I need to find a way to add the section into es_systems.cfg without replacing the existing one. The folder set up is slightly different on pigame centre regarding where roms are stored as it’s divided into sections like ‘console’ and ‘arcade’. I’m sure I can get some help with it from someone who knows what they’re doing.
sorry about all the posts btw.gizmo98Participant03/14/2015 at 19:46Post count: 452
Please stay patient. I try to compile the sources myself. The current PPSSPP repo is a pain in the arse. First problem: You definitely need to compile ffmpeg from source because some libs are missing in the raspbian package. This took some time to find out. Second problem: cmake will not solve all dependencies. It is necessary to manually tune the Makefile. Third problem: There are GLES errors if you compile with USE_GLES. A header file must be tuned. Fourth problem: There are more than one build options. There are build scripts. You can use cmake. There seems to be no preferred solution for rpi. Fifth problem: There are many guys telling it runs after they have fiddled around with some files. But no one actually tells what he has changed.
PPSSPP repo is actually not ready for rpi. If it would it shouldn’t be necessary to do the whole mess.cliffyboroParticipant03/14/2015 at 20:05Post count: 21
Seems like a royal pain in the arse! I’ve got it to start games as referred to in the other thread (which I shall ask to be removed if it’s gonna just cause problems). It just seems to crash at the same point for each game I’ve tried (which I am wildly guessing is when it wants to access the memory stick). I guess I’ll just leave it to the people who know what they’re doing, such as yourself.
I was doing some reading on the official RPi forums and people who have been successful have only been so using an OS other than wheezy. IIRC the guy thinks it’s to do with arm6 libraries being used.
Would the RetroPie Setup script work with Jessie? Either Debian Jessie or simply changing the apt sources in Raspbian Wheezy to jessie and doing dist-upgrade?
I have plenty of sd cards and I’m having fun testing things at the minute as I’m still just learning a lot.webheadParticipant03/15/2015 at 20:43Post count: 23
as your on my thread can i have the password again so i can extract and play with that image please.barbudreadmonParticipant03/16/2015 at 15:55Post count: 25
This jbam guy seems to be using instructions from https://github.com/hrydgard/ppsspp/issues/7479 to build his ppsspp-libretro. I did the same before posting my first comment and it didn’t run at full speed on the few games i tried, but i actually tried action-oriented games, it’s quite possible a game with an idol standing still (like the one he made a video from) wouldn’t have the same slow down.webheadParticipant03/16/2015 at 19:05Post count: 23
so howz it going anyone managed it yet????jbamParticipant03/17/2015 at 19:12Post count: 4
I reply to your message because I would like to clarify several points.
I do not see where is the problem.
– YES, I work full time on a French optimized distribution retropie.
– YES, this version is a demand and desire.
– YES, my version offers options and services that do not offer retropie
– YES, is specified on my site that is an adaptation of the retropie
– NO, NO, NO, I not ask € 1 because this version is FREE and AVAIBLE on my website
– NO, NO, NO my version does not contain Roms and bios or isos (talk about a private version of the link or you distributed illegally)
– YES, people can give me a tip if desired but this IS NOT AN OBLIGATION.
What is the problem ???
why every time someone does something it is always critical ?
I thought it was only in France but at first no !
other distribution based on the retropie exists: for example RECAL BOX
And nobody says anything ??
The retropie is based on the work of other people who are based on the work of other people …..jbamParticipant03/17/2015 at 22:22Post count: 4
Here is my version of psp libretro
It’s free :) :)
yes yes a gift :)
I’m not resentful
I can be wrong.
But before spitting on me .
Ask me, I do not bite ;) ;)barbudreadmonParticipant03/18/2015 at 08:12Post count: 25
Well, i don’t really care about your english, my english is probably bad too. The main issue to me is that you used other people’s code, patched issues in it (NOT BY YOURSELF), mislead people, and don’t want to share the modified code. That’s some behavior i seriously hate.barbudreadmonParticipant03/18/2015 at 20:25Post count: 25
I confirm he used https://github.com/hrydgard/ppsspp/issues/7479 to build ppsspp-libretro, i gave a try to his distro, same slow down on same games as my own version of ppsspp-libretro. I also confirm his distro contain a lot of bios. His distro is HEAVILY retropie-based, only different skin, a buggy ppsspp-libretro, some bios, pre-configuration for xbox360 controller, and different folders for roms. 300 hours ? There is barely 2 hours of work from retropie to your distro. Let me guess, you are marseillais ?pokeparadoxParticipant03/24/2015 at 13:31Post count: 12
Has any one got this to create the memory stick saves and not crash?zanduhParticipant03/29/2015 at 23:31Post count: 4
So whatever happened to this? Did anyone make more progress? Or is the best option currently to use the instructions from the github thread?pokeparadoxParticipant03/30/2015 at 13:51Post count: 12
If you grab the files from jbam above, then you can copy them into the correct places and get it running. But it seems to crash whenever the memorystick file should be created.
No one has mentioned anyway to get passed this problem. :(barbudreadmonParticipant03/31/2015 at 15:55Post count: 25
As i mentioned, for people who really want psp on their rpi2, ppssppsdl should be faster, and perhaps without the memorystick issue. There are instructions on how to build it on the github thread (didn’t try myself).zanduhParticipant04/01/2015 at 01:16Post count: 4
[quote=93129]If you grab the files from jbam above, then you can copy them into the correct places and get it running. But it seems to crash whenever the memorystick file should be created.
No one has mentioned anyway to get passed this problem.
Jbam deleted :(
Do you happen to have them?pokeparadoxParticipant04/01/2015 at 13:46Post count: 12
I do have the files, but they don’t do anything useful, hopefully someone will have better luck porting (and with less drama).
The Pandora has had a port for ages so I was surprised that this hadn’t been done yet, I’m guessing the original Pi was just to slow to handle it?zanduhParticipant04/02/2015 at 03:54Post count: 4
Could you upload the files to dropbox? I’d love to take a whack at itpokeparadoxParticipant04/02/2015 at 13:28Post count: 12
Yes I could put it up somewhere to download. Please note I’m at work right now so I have no promises as to when I’ll get around to it, but possibly tonight when I’m back home.AnonymousInactive04/03/2015 at 16:22Post count: 20
is there a folder or .sh file we can run to set up a version of PPSSPP or another psp emu for us in retropie? it was apparently in the setup script at some point but I cant find it and would like to see if the games will run, as its about the best graphical hardware the pi can (just about) handle…zanduhParticipant04/04/2015 at 03:05Post count: 4
[quote=93477]Yes I could put it up somewhere to download. Please note I’m at work right now so I have no promises as to when I’ll get around to it, but possibly tonight when I’m back home.[/quote]
Can’t wait!pokeparadoxParticipant04/07/2015 at 13:35Post count: 12
Doesn’t seem to let me put a link here and the file is too big to attach directly… :SAnonymousInactive04/07/2015 at 14:02Post count: 20
I have managed to get ppsspp Libretro to work on my Raspberry pi 2 with Retropie (I took the Happi-Game-Centre psp emulator, a French version of Retropie, and added the necessary files from the android/windows version that were missing)
However I have had some problem with it: when ever i try to save an ISO (for example, Little Big Planet AutoSave) it crashes with the error message:
Pure Virtual Method Called
terminate called without an active exception
/opt/retropie/supplementary/runcommand/psp/runcommand.sh: line 283: 2430 Aborted
/opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/bin/psp/retroarch -L /opt/retropie/libretrocores/psplibretro/ppsspp_libretro.so –config /opt/retropie/configs/all/psp/retroarch.cfg –appendconfig /opt/retropie/configs/psp/retroarch.cfg,/tmp/retroarch-rate.cfg /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/psp/Little\ Big\ Planet.iso
The line is question is the evaluation line for $command:
eval $command </dev/tty 2>/tmp/runcommand.log
if anyone could help fix this error I would be more than happy to make a tutorial to get it working, but at the moment I feel like it is not worth people’s time to copy files and scripts to result in a fairly major error message like this.
Any Ideas Are Appreciated, And Any Questions Please Ask!
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