They should already be installed, but if not, apt-get and sftp are your friends. If you press F4 (default) after a game, and read what’s left over on the screen, it should tell you what shader was used. If it used the one you specified with retroarch.cfg then you are all set. If not, then you probably need to download it.Double check that the filepath is correct, the file is named properly (sometimes upper case throws things off), and that the extension is the proper type. That should work then, let me know what it says.
Do you mean F1 to go into the RGUI menu? I see the option to set the shaders path there, but when going into the directory is empty so, I am guessing if they are installed they are elsewhere or that they really aren’t installed…
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