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rogueapacheParticipant01/10/2014 at 20:55Post count: 14
[quote=3880]Did you try just holding done the button you assigned first to “enter”? If you hold the button down, it should skip the input being prompted…[/quote]
anyone know why im getting a “script error” when trying to save set buttons for the other two emulators? (RetroArch is the only one that works when i hit save)rogueapacheParticipant01/10/2014 at 20:53Post count: 14
[quote=4055]Well it is fulfilled by amazon so you could always buy it and send it back if it doesn’t work. I would say yes it probably works but you will probably have to play around to see what buttons number each input is mapped to. You could always build your own fighstick and just map the button presses to keyboard inputs.
This is a more expensive route but would allow you to do your own controls:
I read some reviews and supposedly it works perfectly with mame so I think worst case I would have to write a config myself and I can handle that …. also thanks for the links I was planning to build my own arcade out of some lumber and new retro pie (32gb SD card and ALL the old retro games :D) and have two sets of joysticks and buttons! any advice on that?rogueapacheParticipant01/08/2014 at 16:38Post count: 14
How would I change the config files to use the nunchuck instead of classic controllers?rogueapacheParticipant01/08/2014 at 06:13Post count: 14
[quote=3984]You can use FileZilla to connect to it and modify the files using that.
On your Raspberry Pi, press F4 to go to the console and type ifconfig (make sure you’re connected to via ethernet or have a WiFi dongle set up). Look for the 4 number address (192.168.0.101 or similiar)
Host: sftp://the address<br>
Click Quickconnect and accept the pop-up thing
Find the file you want to re-write and drag it onto your desktop, modify it and drag it back and replace the older one.
I would also recommend you keep the retroarch.cfg file and company so you can just drag them back in if something goes south (which tends to happen a lot if you mess around in with the configuration a lot or don’t shut down properly).
Thanks!!! I will be trying this I will probably post a tutorial if I can get this to work :DrogueapacheParticipant01/05/2014 at 20:56Post count: 14rogueapacheParticipant01/04/2014 at 23:48Post count: 14rogueapacheParticipant12/31/2013 at 19:50Post count: 14
[quote=2473]Indeed, the Retrolink gamepad are the best. I’m using NES, SNES & Genesis controllers. Not perfect as original gamepad but excellent quality.
Those are very easy to install, no driver need.
Also, I’m using XBOX 360 wireless controller which has the best grip for me !
How did you get the NES controller working? mine wont let me save the config because I don’t have enough buttons to set them allrogueapacheParticipant12/31/2013 at 03:34Post count: 14