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dtungstenParticipant09/15/2015 at 19:31Post count: 10
If I miraculously get time, I’ll try to compile something and see. I’d be willing to supply instructions, or put it on my blog for those that want to try coolcv in the meantime. (It’s falling off a log simple for anyone who can edit a config file.)dtungstenParticipant09/15/2015 at 16:26Post count: 10
Unfortunately, it was the unsupported closed source coolcv, but it worked great, and was easy to integrate into emulation station. I was also able to get Shea Silverman’s old build of advmess to run Colecovision, but with issues, not recommended. I’d think that a new build of libretro mame/mess build would be the ideal, however lr-bluemsx and lr-fba might alternatively be able to do it. I know for sure bluemsx can run it, I’m just not sure if/how to do it in RetroPie.dtungstenParticipant09/15/2015 at 13:50Post count: 10dtungstenParticipant08/31/2015 at 02:23Post count: 10dtungstenParticipant03/23/2015 at 20:52Post count: 10
<div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>dtungsten wrote:</div>
I got 7800 working using AdvanceMESS. It’s not a part of RetroPie, so I’d still like to fix prosystem libretro for inclusion in RetroPie, but it does work.
I also got 7800 working using AdvanceMESS, but I compiled from source and launch in root from the command line. Turning off all video options (and I think I have VSync off) it runs good on RPi2 @ 1000MHz.
I would still like a Prosystem build. I have a custom PSP binary version that fixes some old bugs that got fixes in the Wii build, but not in the Win build.
Even with some great advances in new games and new hardware for the Atari 7800, some aspects of the 7800 seem to have a curse over them, being it emulators, flash carts, Dev Carts, Expansion Module hardware, customised anniversary editions, etc.
I used Shea Silverman’s build, and it didn’t run right with HDMI audio. There were audio issues slowing it down, but I was able to get it semi-useable by changing the latency to 0.40. By instead forcing the audio to the analog audio port, it worked pretty much fine.dtungstenParticipant03/07/2015 at 13:42Post count: 10dtungstenParticipant03/04/2015 at 18:35Post count: 10dtungstenParticipant03/03/2015 at 19:41Post count: 10dtungstenParticipant03/03/2015 at 00:18Post count: 10dtungstenParticipant03/02/2015 at 23:25Post count: 10
Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this, but I got Virtual Boy emulation working (on a Raspberry Pi 2) via compiling mednafen-vb-libretro and also via mednafen-0.9 from the ‘Jessie’ Debian repository.
I actually got 3D to work with my TV with the plain mednafen version, but not from within the emulation station frontend.
I also would like 7800 emulation, so I’ll be working on that at some point if someone doesn’t get to it before me.