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- karlossParticipant06/07/2014 at 09:57Post count: 177
What would be fine, you could cut the middle line so that the pi could “sit” in it..karlossParticipant06/06/2014 at 15:50Post count: 177
I completely disagree with this, the usb sound card completely removes all the distortion and feedback experienced via the standard phono from the pi…if I was you I would replace the speaker in the Apple..
no performance hits with usb audio.karlossParticipant06/06/2014 at 15:35Post count: 177
Pi will be fine against plastic case, also, you shouldn’t need air vents, as as long as you not overclocking to a massive scale, the pi can handle the heat :)karlossParticipant06/03/2014 at 12:42Post count: 177
ok, well as far as im aware, this cannot be done without a reboot, maybe trying playing about and making the change then restarting the alsa process, that may make the change..
though I still don’t see why you need to change, just used the external soundcard all the time..karlossParticipant06/02/2014 at 15:50Post count: 177karlossParticipant05/13/2014 at 20:33Post count: 177karlossParticipant05/13/2014 at 14:30Post count: 177karlossParticipant05/07/2014 at 16:12Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/29/2014 at 09:47Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/29/2014 at 09:45Post count: 177
the process is exactly the same as raspbian…
Boot the Raspberry Pi without the WiFi adapter plugged in.
Open a Terminal session by clicking on the LXTerminal icon, and enter the
following command into it:
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
Then Edit the file to look like this –
auto lo iface lo inet loopback iface eth0 inet dhcp allow-hotplug wlan0 auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-ssid "ssid" wpa-psk "password"
When you have finished press [ctrl]x. This will ask if you want to save the modified files.
Press ‘Y’ and then Return to save the file with the same name.
Shut down your Raspberry Pi, plug the WiFi adapter in and start it up again. You should find that the Raspberry Pi connects using the WiFi adapter as it boots up.
job done :)karlossParticipant04/24/2014 at 14:24Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/23/2014 at 13:56Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/23/2014 at 13:55Post count: 177
Create a directory called “bios” under /home/pi/RetroPie:
Add the following line to retroarch.cfg
system_directory = /home/pi/RetroPie/bios
system filename directory
Neo Geo neogeo.zip /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/neogeo
PC Engine syscard3.pce /home/pi/RetroPie/bios
Playstation scph7502.bin /home/pi/RetroPie/bios
Mega CD (EU) eu_mcd1_9210.bin /home/pi/RetroPie/bios
Mega CD (JP) jp_mcd1_9112.bin /home/pi/RetroPie/bios
Mega CD (USA) us_scd1_9210.bin /home/pi/RetroPie/bios
You need to edit your es_systems file to include .bin, so under the MegaDrive section add – (you could make a separate “page” if you wanted to)
EXTENSION=.smd .SMD .bin .BIN .gen .GEN
I would check my overclocking thread for the best settings to get the best playback.karlossParticipant04/22/2014 at 14:39Post count: 177
bluelightcrew is correct.
You need to open Duke and load a game, then bring up the console and type in_joystick (I don’t think you need the number) you should be able to then configure your joystick via the Joystick menu..
after that the info should be saved and job done :)karlossParticipant04/15/2014 at 21:36Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/15/2014 at 20:24Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/15/2014 at 13:44Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/11/2014 at 20:44Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/11/2014 at 00:34Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/09/2014 at 14:39Post count: 177
Running as root is right, normally it means the memsplit/CPU isn’t clocked high enough, have a look at my over clock thread and try some (my) settings..
Sent from my Nexus 5 using TapatalkkarlossParticipant04/06/2014 at 18:46Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/03/2014 at 17:18Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/02/2014 at 21:46Post count: 177
Not too sure if there has been a “fix” but sound works OK on my biuld..I haven’t updated for a few weeks..
Sent from my Nexus 5 using TapatalkkarlossParticipant04/01/2014 at 21:07Post count: 177karlossParticipant04/01/2014 at 21:06Post count: 177
It should be possible…there is a way to use oxmplayer to play an intro video when the system loads, I don’t sew why you couldn’t create an “emulator” of that player and a ROM directory of the videos, as long as you create a (modify) a config file to create the correct syntax for loading a video with oxmplayer, it should work…exiting would be your problem..
Sent from my Nexus 5 using TapatalkkarlossParticipant04/01/2014 at 21:02Post count: 177karlossParticipant03/29/2014 at 14:47Post count: 177karlossParticipant03/29/2014 at 14:47Post count: 177
Nice work mate :)
Sent from my Nexus 5 using TapatalkkarlossParticipant03/28/2014 at 08:13Post count: 177
I had loads of issues using the latest image and gamepads, build your own from source using raspbian and the retropie script, I had no issues with js0/1 since then..
Sent from my Nexus 5 using TapatalkkarlossParticipant03/24/2014 at 17:39Post count: 177karlossParticipant03/17/2014 at 12:26Post count: 177karlossParticipant03/16/2014 at 21:04Post count: 177karlossParticipant03/16/2014 at 21:03Post count: 177karlossParticipant03/12/2014 at 19:08Post count: 177