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mylostcauseParticipant10/27/2013 at 15:29Post count: 7mylostcauseParticipant10/15/2013 at 16:32Post count: 7
After getting the game con drivers removed I was able to successfully set up and play with the SNES controllers. Thanks for the help!
Are there any pointers on getting the button to work as an ‘esc’ key on single press? I haven’t seen any information about customizing the action in SNESDev.mylostcauseParticipant10/09/2013 at 02:23Post count: 7
I’ve gone ahead and purchased and assembled a 2nd GPIO adapter, and this one does not have the resistance issues or cause the RPi to hold on boot. I now have a new issue.
Whenever I attempt to enable gamecon_gpio_rpi with SNES-pad config, the system dies with an “Unable to handle kernel paging request” error.
I am not overclocking in any way and have tried to slow the system down in hopes of getting it to work. That did not. Hopefully someone has some suggestions.mylostcauseParticipant09/27/2013 at 17:23Post count: 7mylostcauseParticipant09/27/2013 at 14:06Post count: 7mylostcauseParticipant09/27/2013 at 14:02Post count: 7
Yes, avoid_safe_mode is set to 1 in my config.txt file and the 2×5 pin header is pointing in towards the center of the RPi.
Things that I’ve noticed is there is a roughtly 7.5 M Ohm resistance showing between the VCC and the Ground at all times, even with the ribbon cable unplugged. Also going in to the NSES circuit board I have cut a few of the redundant wires short as some of these are shard on the board (vcc, ground, clock) and this can be seen in the image.