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- kdbdallasParticipant02/15/2016 at 01:56Post count: 5kdbdallasParticipant02/15/2016 at 00:51Post count: 5
For those asking here is what I did:
I did a: sudo apt-get update and: sudo apt-get upgrade
I did a firmware upgrade: sudo rpi-update
I turned on the setting in sudo raspi-config
I also did a git pull on the ControlBlockService2 repo and there were a bunch of updates there since when I grabbed it a week ago. So I then had to do a: make clean, then do all the steps to compile and install it again.
After that I was able to set the config file with the correct type of ’snes’.
I restarted and then before even trying the onscreen setup I logged in via SSH and ran jstest /dev/input/js0 (or js1) and checked to see if the buttons were being detected, and luckily for me they were!
Hope that helps.kdbdallasParticipant02/14/2016 at 22:02Post count: 5
This got it working for me!
The key seemed to be the enabling of SPI interface and the SPI kernel module on boot via raspi-config.