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- dishinsParticipant04/03/2016 at 22:06Post count: 47dishinsParticipant04/03/2016 at 04:51Post count: 47dishinsParticipant03/31/2016 at 02:25Post count: 47
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 advancedishinsParticipant03/30/2016 at 02:37Post count: 47dishinsParticipant02/20/2016 at 00:01Post count: 47dishinsParticipant12/30/2015 at 01:01Post count: 47dishinsParticipant10/28/2015 at 01:30Post count: 47dishinsParticipant10/27/2015 at 02:40Post count: 47dishinsParticipant09/27/2015 at 02:33Post count: 47dishinsParticipant09/25/2015 at 02:30Post count: 47dishinsParticipant09/24/2015 at 02:01Post count: 47dishinsParticipant09/23/2015 at 04:19Post count: 47dishinsParticipant09/22/2015 at 04:30Post count: 47dishinsParticipant09/21/2015 at 01:57Post count: 47dishinsParticipant08/22/2015 at 22:58Post count: 47dishinsParticipant08/22/2015 at 03:48Post count: 47
I ve managed to boot straight into kodi, install hdmi-cec, but not shut down my system through kodi..:(
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.dishinsParticipant06/14/2015 at 02:05Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/12/2015 at 05:20Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/09/2015 at 03:25Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/09/2015 at 02:06Post count: 47
did you managed to actually run any game? got no luck here, shows up a white screen and gets back to ES game screendishinsParticipant06/09/2015 at 01:09Post count: 47
i don’t have that much games, but some of they are (all very playable, some close to full speed)
Pagan Ultima VIII
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 ESdishinsParticipant06/08/2015 at 16:31Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/08/2015 at 02:17Post count: 47in reply to: Video: Config files and paths in RetroPie 3 beta 2 #99263
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?
thxdishinsParticipant06/08/2015 at 01:37Post count: 47
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.shand select the
U Update RetroPie-Setup scriptoption and then restart the Pi, and try building the Dreamcast emulator again.
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!dishinsParticipant06/07/2015 at 22:32Post count: 47
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.dishinsParticipant06/07/2015 at 03:02Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/06/2015 at 06:24Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/06/2015 at 06:12Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/05/2015 at 06:16Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/04/2015 at 18:05Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/04/2015 at 06:57Post count: 47dishinsParticipant06/03/2015 at 02:02Post count: 47
[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.
i’m using the PS3 controller over bluetooth too, however the key mapping didn’t worked fine for me :(dishinsParticipant06/02/2015 at 05:15Post count: 47
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?dishinsParticipant05/31/2015 at 15:40Post count: 47
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.
sudo mount -a
you should see your NAS mounted to Retropie roms folder now.