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- methanoidParticipant12/27/2015 at 01:58Post count: 9
I saw your video for RPie/Rasplex dual boot. I was looking at RetroPie+Kodi+Moonlight for streaming games but now leaning towards Plex instead of Kodi.
1) In earlier versions you said Aeon skin is compulsory and the default skin won’t work. Is that still the case?
2) Ss control via a 360 or PS3 controller poss? It is within RetroPie but what about RPlex?
3) If I want to add Moonlight presumably I can just tweak the RetroPie setup, likewise if I also wanted Kodi (available from RetroPie) ??? (unlikely but I thought I’d ask!)methanoidParticipant07/21/2015 at 16:25Post count: 9
Adcooney, thanks, would appreciate a guide if you have yours set up even it is not via a nice easy script! It’s my plan to have RetroPie with a Kodi menu item and a Moonlight stream menu item. Then I can leave it in Kodi for the missus and jump to do some gaming myself every now and then (retro or modern).methanoidParticipant07/19/2015 at 23:20Post count: 9
Isn’t Limelight a bit of a poor choice as it needs Java when Moonlight Embedded is designed for Pi and similar devices. Haven’t seen a guide for Moonlight here yet?methanoidParticipant06/19/2015 at 11:39Post count: 9methanoidParticipant06/19/2015 at 10:58Post count: 9
Have you heard of Google? http://www.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/how-to-run-from-usb-the-best-method/#post-100012 indicates you wanted someone else to tell you everything (it was the first Google result if you had bothered).
re your latest “please tell me every single thing i should do” post..
/etc is a directory. Are you at a command line? have you tried “cd /etc” ?
Editors? There are many you can use.. you could try nano or vi…. but please find out how to use them yourself. There are many sites that can tell you the commands to load/save files and add/delete text.
I am not normally so unhelpful but you really do seem to be seeking a 100% spoon feeding without doing much yourself!!methanoidParticipant05/06/2015 at 21:05Post count: 9methanoidParticipant05/06/2015 at 19:46Post count: 9
Which version of UAE4All is RetroPie using?
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=78&t=102328 suggests it is a different version and there are others…methanoidParticipant05/05/2015 at 12:58Post count: 9methanoidParticipant05/05/2015 at 12:57Post count: 9
[quote=94763]Retropie is built on raspbian. Download the SD image and you’ll be fine. It lacks the desktop GUI lxde but that can be installed as needed (thoug you really don’t need it for retropie)
Ah, and Raspbian isn’t yet fully optimized for Pi2…. I was hoping the Pi2 images for RetroPie would be fully optimized. I am looking to base my Pi2 setup on an optimized Linux, with RetroPie, Kodi, Desktop and Steam Streaming amongst the options to select.
Is installing desktop GUI as simple as “sudo apt-get install lxde” ??