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  • raycosantana
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    [quote=98214]I actually come on here to ask that same question. Also, how hard was it to get your wiiu pro controller to work? I really want to hook mine up too[/quote]

    I couldnt pair it properly actually, the bluez version included with retropie is too old, I made a hack that connects the controller via HIDD automatically. Get the Mac address of the controller, then use hidd –connect “Controller Mac address” and press the sync button on your controller, you will have to do this everytime you boot the Pi unless you make a hack like mine, that does this automaticaly.

    raycosantana
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    No, I dont play japanese games, and also japanese games only have X and circle inverted, not the triangle or the square button. The games I have are games I have played before, they are common games like symphony of the night or Silent hill, we all know you dont jump by pressing the circle button in symphony of the night, or you dont run in silent hill by pressing the triangle button.

    The emulator is arranged as if the buttons where the Xbox controller buttons instead of the SNES buttons.

    By the way, Im using the premade RetroPie 3 Beta 2 Image on a Raspberry pi 2.

    raycosantana
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    raycosantana
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    Hi

    I managed to connect the controller by using:

    sudo hidd –connect “Controller MAC Address”

    One problem tho, it doesnt stay connected, when I restarted the pi, the controller didnt automaticaly connect I have to run the command again :(

    Any way to make this automatic?

    raycosantana
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    [quote=97520]try renaming the .iso to .ISO,

    [/quote]

    Thanks but I already figured out what the problem was, the problem is that syscard3.pce needs to be spelled just like that, in the Wiki it states syscard3.pce needs to be spelled “SYSCARD3.PCE” all caps, this is wrong.

    I figured it out by checking another runcommand.log from a different game

    Error opening file: /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/pcengine/syscard3.pce

    raycosantana
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    runcommand.log:

    Loading %s...
    
    Could not open referenced file "/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/pcengine/STAR_PARODIA_(NTSC-J)_[HCD2024].ISO": No such file or directory
    Error opening CD.RetroArch [ERROR] :: load_content :: Failed to load content.
    

    its right there :/
    The file is right there :/

    raycosantana
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    [quote=97462]for the unplayable games.
    firstly I’d say check the .cue files. just double check the spellings match with the rom and text in the .cue file.[/quote]

    They are fine, I play them in other emulators and they work just fine, .Cue files are correct.

    By the way, my second issue with the Shaders, it turns out the shaders do work but the default Shader option doesnt, video_shader = “/opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/shader/scanline.glsl” is set and video_shader_enable = true is also set so it should work :(

    raycosantana
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    Hi guys, well since I have not receive any reply I will post a little more info and see if that helps

    Here is described how to activate the xwiimote plugin

    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Wiimotes-with-classic-controllers

    it says you have to use “sudo modprobe hid-wiimote” and then use “sudo hidd –search” which I did, but after searching nothing happens, I suppose I need to fing the log somewhere, so in the same paragraf it says something about “syslog” now, where is this “syslog”?

    anyways it doesnt say how do you pair the controller with the raspberry pi, I asume you have to find this “syslog” and look for the MAC address but then what? how do you make the “connection”? do I have to do this every time I start the pi?

    Any help is welcome!.

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