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- dizzycrosbyParticipant09/06/2014 at 06:43Post count: 9dizzycrosbyParticipant09/05/2014 at 22:32Post count: 9dizzycrosbyParticipant09/05/2014 at 22:28Post count: 9
I haven’t tried the UAE4All but I have played around with the BerryBoot idea. I ended up ditching BerryBoot because you can only have one config and cmd file. And say you want overclock, run a different resolution, etc on the different OS’s you can’t. What you change on one changes on all.
I ended up using the “Raspberry Pi Noobs” build because it lets you configure different config and cmd files per OS. Switching OS’s isn’t too difficult.dizzycrosbyParticipant09/05/2014 at 02:09Post count: 9
Has anyone ever tried to get M64Py to run on Raspberry Pi? It’s a Mupen64Plus frontend GUI. I played around with it on a PC. Its an easy way to see what settings work the best.dizzycrosbyParticipant09/05/2014 at 02:04Post count: 9
Changing the libmupen64plus.so.2.0.0 file did not help me. Same issue. I can get it to run from the command line but not from Emulationstation.dizzycrosbyParticipant09/05/2014 at 01:58Post count: 9
Take a look at Ultimate Raspbian. I think its running the older version of Retropie but I’m sure someone have a update for it. You can download it to an extra SD card just to see how its configured.dizzycrosbyParticipant08/26/2014 at 23:13Post count: 9dizzycrosbyParticipant08/11/2014 at 04:39Post count: 9
try tweaking the retroarch.cfg file. Its location is:
There should be some text in the file like:
input_player1_a = x input_player1_b = z input_player1_y = a input_player1_x = s input_player1_start = enter input_player1_select = rshift input_player1_l = q input_player1_r = w input_player1_left = left input_player1_right = right input_player1_up = up input_player1_down = down input_autodetect_enable = true
I like to remote in from a computer using a free program called WinSCP.
You will need to use ROOT as the username and raspberry as the password.