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bobtParticipant02/24/2016 at 19:47Post count: 7bobtParticipant02/24/2016 at 18:15Post count: 7bobtParticipant02/24/2016 at 14:43Post count: 7
did you verify that your trackball/spinner are on mouse0?
If not you need to verify by
ls /dev/input to see the inputs
cat /dev/input/mouse0 move the trackball/spinner. If you don’t see text then try mouse1.
The input map would have to be updated to point to the correct mouse inputbobtParticipant02/23/2016 at 00:49Post count: 7bobtParticipant02/22/2016 at 20:54Post count: 7
I think the key was changing the mousetype to ps2. Originally when I had the issue my trackball/spinner were assigned to mouse1. I started over with a clean install. My trackball was then assigned to mouse0. After the new install, the trackball and Spinner were also recognized in mame4all.bobtParticipant02/22/2016 at 03:39Post count: 7
I finally got the trackball and spinner to work.
I finally got the trackball and spinner to work with advmame
the first thing you need to do is figure out which mouse is providing the inputs
type ls /dev/input – I had mouse0 and mouse1
determine which mouse is providing input for the trackball and spinner – it will be the same.
type cat /dev/input/mouse0
move the trackball or spinner. If text is showing on the screen then you will use mouse0 in your configuration. If no text then substitute mouse0 with mouse1.
The roms that I had loaded were for advmame-0.94.0. edit the advmame-0.94.0.rc configuration file
I used the advmame-0.94.0 roms
edit advmam-0.94.0.rc in the retropie/.advance folder
edit the following lines