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  • smartroad
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    I have just had the RetroPie GPIO Adapter turn up today and soldered on the few bits that needed it. I pluged into the RaspberryPi and ran the retropie_setup.sh to install the drivers (which seemed to go okay) and then enable it with SNES bindings.

    As far as I can see there were no errors at either stage but i have no js0/1 in /dev/input/. The second stage said that it had detected V1 of the board.

    Am I missing something out? How can I check that the files and interface are all working correctly?

    Many thanks for any help you can provide :D

    petrockblog
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    Just to make sure: You need to install SNESDev and not the gamecon driver. The second half of the article at

    explains the software setup for the RetroPie GPIO Adapter.

    Hope that helps!?

    smartroad
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    Post count: 76

    Found the issue with my situation. The firmware for the RPi had been updated since the last issue of the drivers so they were attempting to download a file that wasn’t there.

    Let the author know and he updated with the new headers :)

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