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  • dishins
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    i’m interested in this also.

    dishins
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    Thx for looking at this, as stated @github issue tracker the problem is sorted out. I’m now struggling with dpad over analog config for my PS3 Controller and widescreen.

    dishins
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    I got it working fine here, thanks zerojay, you saved the day!

    Only a couple issues though:

    – The settings aren’t saving upon exit, i have to plug a keyboard and remap my PS3 controller everytime i launch the game, and i can’t map the UP-DOWN-LEFT-RIGHT buttons to d-pad, for some reason i can only use the analog sticks.

    – I cannot seem to make the game working in widescreen.

    any clues on these?
    thx in advance

    dishins
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    tried on a 2B 3.6 RetroPie install, but sadly no success.

    dishins
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    i’m getting this also on 3.5 on a Pi 2, my ps3 controller is genuine, on boot the bluetooth service fails, i have to start it manually to make it work.

    dishins
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    Unfortunately it its closed source so its very unlikely.

    dishins
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    its RPI2 only, compiled for ARMv7 with NEON support. Got it from the author itself.

    author

    dishins
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    does this kodi 15 build works on Rpi1?

    dishins
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    in reply to: nbba theme v1.1 #106955

    Outstanding theme mate, its definitely my default theme now.
    Any chance on making a Kodi entry in the theme’s pattern?

    dishins
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    still no go :(

    dishins
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    can you explain which file is this m1_encrypted? it comes with the romsets?

    dishins
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    all these games play on my PiFBA on Raspberry Pi Model B, but without sound…

    dishins
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    hold your PS button for 5 seconds, the controller will shut off and the bluetooth dongle will get back to pscan state.

    dishins
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    i tried that but NES is still slow, very strange cause all other systems runs nicely. I tried lr-nestopia and lr-fceumm.

    my pi is overclocked to medium. Model B.

    dishins
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    i wonder if there is any harsh in compiling kodi with joypad support, since mostly build for Rpi doesn’t get it.

    dishins
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    [quote=104432]

    I ve managed to boot straight into kodi, install hdmi-cec, but not shut down my system through kodi..:(

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    The shortest way for you to do this is installing RetroPie over OSMC, the system boots straight to kodi with CEC support, with a entry on the Main Menu to E.Station. And yes you can reboot or shut down the system through Kodi.

    dishins
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    i’m trying this right now, but im struggling to build.

    dishins
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    dishins
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    in reply to: DOSBox update #99321

    some say that rpix86 is faster than dosbox but i couldn’t run most of my games with it so i stick with dosbox.

    dishins
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    did you managed to actually run any game? got no luck here, shows up a white screen and gets back to ES game screen

    dishins
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    in reply to: DOSBox update #99316

    i don’t have that much games, but some of they are (all very playable, some close to full speed)

    Pagan Ultima VIII
    Warcraft
    Warcraft 2
    Theme Hospital
    Constructor
    Death Rally
    Wolfstein 3D

    all of them have a single .exe that my script launches directly, so i really don’t have to do nothing but launch it from ES

    dishins
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    in reply to: DOSBox update #99289

    i’m using a .sh script that auto mounts and launches the games directly (1 for each game)

    dishins
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    Floob, since i moved to 3.0 my “x” and “m” options when launching a game never applies, resolution always stays the same no matter what, do you know what can be happening?

    thx

    dishins
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    [quote]
    So, you might want to give it a go manually, without the help of the RetroPie-Setup scripts. Or actually, you might just need to update your RetroPie-Setup repo! Try sudo ~/RetroPie-Setup/retropie_setup.sh and select the U Update RetroPie-Setup script option and then restart the Pi, and try building the Dreamcast emulator again.

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    i’ll definitely try this out later, i think the problem is that im on top of an OSMC install (which is based no straight debian instead of raspbian) so it probably has some wrong or uninstalled dependencies, i had to compile your build in my other SD card with 2.6 Retropie and then move the binaries to my newest OSMC install but hey, dreamcast is worth the effort :)

    trying MVC1 now!

    dishins
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    just managed to compile and everything went golden with my PS3 button map! thx Free5style, awesome work mate!

    can you post your overclock/gpu Pi configurations? i think if i can improve the performance a little bit it will be perfect, i still have a little sluttering in some games like Marvel vs Capcom 2.

    dishins
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    no luck here :(

    tried to compile using your newest script but it doesn’t compile saying that reicast.elf is missing.

    dishins
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    how about the performance on this? does it run smooth?

    dishins
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    [quote=99155]Good news, everyone!
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    Very good news indeed! looking forward to test the new build :)

    dishins
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    i can confirm this work, goodbye black screen! :)

    dishins
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    Maybe this is a bit off topic but how can i update my kodi build to the 15x beta? i installed it within the Retropie Script.

    dishins
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    Here is it:

    deviceName="PLAYSTATION(R)3 Controller

    dishins
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    [quote=98884]Hmm, I should mention I am using a genuine PS3 controller over bluetooth. Haven’t tried over USB yet, it might show up a bit differently there. I’ll have to figure out how to bring the control mappings out to an ini file.

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    i’m using the PS3 controller over bluetooth too, however the key mapping didn’t worked fine for me :(

    dishins
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    wow, awesome work mate!

    i just tried using your script and got it to work in a very playable way! however the button mapping went all funny to me, i’m using a genuine PS3 controller.

    The PS button exit trick didn’t work and only the analog sticks are working for me. Any clues on how can i set a correct mapping in source to match my configuration?

    dishins
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    hello,

    here is what you need to do:

    sudo nano /etc/fstab

    put a line like this:

    //192.168.1.17/Airdisk/ROMS /home/pi/RetroPie/roms cifs sec=ntlm,username=youruser,password=yourpassword,_netdev,dir_mode=0777,file_mode=0777 0 0

    replace my IP and path, user and password to your config.

    then type:

    sudo mount -a

    and finally:

    df -h

    you should see your NAS mounted to Retropie roms folder now.

    dishins
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    Just to know, is there any good reason to update from a nice working 2.6 image to a 3.0 beta or its just better to wait for 3.0 final?

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