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- proaudiosoftParticipant11/16/2015 at 18:07Post count: 9proaudiosoftParticipant09/27/2015 at 04:37Post count: 9proaudiosoftParticipant09/26/2015 at 20:54Post count: 9
Hey thanks for the quick response. I actually tried to set it up like the scroll in the gamelist tag with no success earlier today. I must be doing something wrong. I will definitely check out the documentation in the link you posted when i get back home this eve, I really appreciate it. I will let you know of my results. Absolutely, I would be more than happy to share any sounds I have laying around. I have a studio here in my house and am big time into music production, so if you need anything special I can probably make it too lol.
Edit: Yeah, i actually read that documentation yesterday while doing some searching on the subject. The only sound I see in the documentation being referred to is the scrollsound. I am starting to wonder if the other sounds have ever really been implemented? I haven’t really seen a theme with any others working really. But if you look at the default “simple” theme’s XML there is definitely references to other menu sounds.proaudiosoftParticipant09/26/2015 at 16:43Post count: 9
But this is just the scroll sound correct? I have already added this. But how do you add other menu sounds, such as back, or system select? btw, i love that theme(Carbon), using it now. Me being a person that has migrated from using PC’s in my arcade machine builds, to the RPI, just looking for a way to kick the front end up a notch by adding some menu sounds i am use to.proaudiosoftParticipant05/05/2015 at 13:09Post count: 9proaudiosoftParticipant05/01/2015 at 00:10Post count: 9
I have a pi2, just got it going using a method, super easy:
$ git clone https://github.com/ian57/Raspicade-Retrogame-2Player-Pi2.git
$ cd Raspicade-Retrogame-2Player-Pi2
Retrogame requires the uinput kernel module. This is already present on the system but isn’t enabled by default. For testing, you can type:
sudo modprobe uinput
To make this persistent between reboots, append a line to /etc/modules (or edit the file) :
sudo sh -c ‘echo uinput >> /etc/modules’
Now we’re in good shape to test it! Retrogame needs to be run as root (need access to memory), i.e.:
Give it a try. If it seems to be working, press control+C to stop the program and we’ll then set up the system to launch this automatically in the background at startup.
sudo nano /etc/rc.local
Before the final “exit 0” line, insert this line:
If you placed the software in a different location, this line should be changed accordingly. “sudo” isn’t necessary here because the rc.local script is already run as root.
Reboot the system to test the startup function: