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donkahonesParticipant03/21/2013 at 09:04Post count: 8
Ok. So I finally figured out my issue…..
Somehow my retroarch.cfg config had gamepad= 1 as player 1 and gamepad=0 as player 2. This caused the swap I was seeing when playing games.
I made player 1 gamepad=0 and player 2 gamepad=1 and then went through the emulation station pop-up screen. now everything works fine. Now on to exiting roms with holding down select and pressing start……..
Thanks for all your help!!!!!!donkahonesParticipant03/19/2013 at 08:17Post count: 8
Does everyone who wants to control their emulations ration menu with their player 1 controller have to go through these steps?
I assume I am missing something obvious here. Should I just start from scratch with the latest image?donkahonesParticipant03/15/2013 at 18:37Post count: 8
So I edited main.c with
pads.data1 = RPI_GPIO_P1_07;
pads.data2 = RPI_GPIO_P1_05;
pads.data1 = RPI_GPIO_P1_05;
pads.data2 = RPI_GPIO_P1_07;
In both the rev 1 and else portions of the if statement. (I have a rev 2 pi)
then a ran:
Rebooted and it still doesn’t work.
For the hardware solution, wouldn’t swapping physical inputs just cause p1 controller to now be p2 controller? Then I’d be in the same situation where I have to control emulation station with p2 controller and pickup p1 controller to play?donkahonesParticipant03/15/2013 at 06:43Post count: 8
Thanks for the quick response and all your hard work.
I was able to get it working with controller 2 only. I noticed it mention that it will only work with the first controller plugged in. Rebooted with only player 1 plugged in and I can’t complete the es setup because it doesn’t recognize anything being input.donkahonesParticipant03/14/2013 at 09:31Post count: 8donkahonesParticipant03/14/2013 at 09:25Post count: 8
Never mind. i was able to find this
i just needed to add a sleep command to the emulation station startup script so that the game pad drivers load first