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- spannerParticipant12/16/2014 at 17:09Post count: 17
I know what A,B,C are they are A=y ,B=b ,C=a.
Here is the rest,I have worked them out so you don’t have to..:D
input_player1_y_btn = “0”
input_player1_b_btn = “1”
input_player1_x_btn = “4 ”
input_player1_a_btn = “2”
input_player1_l_btn = “3”
input_player1_r_btn = “5”
This will only work with the Play Sega pad but might work with others that have the same button numbers.This is now resolved..spannerParticipant12/16/2014 at 15:14Post count: 17spannerParticipant12/09/2014 at 14:11Post count: 17spannerParticipant12/03/2014 at 19:39Post count: 17
I have 2 Play Sega joypads (They are white and look like a Saturn controller) and I have sorted one and that works,I am able to play mega drive and mega cd games with it but how do i do the other controller,when i plug them in they are like having the same controller in,
I have done the first controller to 0 I have tried 1 but its not working do I have to put 2 in..?spannerParticipant11/26/2014 at 13:06Post count: 17spannerParticipant11/26/2014 at 12:54Post count: 17
You can use png files instaed of svg,just have to change it in the theme.xml file.spannerParticipant11/22/2014 at 15:37Post count: 17
I thought I ask here so not to open another post..
Can you use one joypad for two players,with games that the first player plays then hands over the pad so the next player can..?spannerParticipant11/22/2014 at 15:08Post count: 17
From the RetroArch Wiki…
Option 1: To changes disks in-game, go to Disk Options > Disk Image Append.
Some games like Metal Gear Solid require the disk tray to be opened before changing disks. To do this, change ‘Disk Index’ to ‘No Disk’ first.
Option 2 (if the first option failed): Use i-File or i-FunBox or any applications possible to access root file. Go to var/mobile/Applications/ [RetroArch-icon folder] / Documents. Rename [disc1].srm to [disc2].srm in which [disc1] and [disc2] are the names of your discs.
Any more info on how to do it in Retropie would be good..thanks..spannerParticipant11/20/2014 at 22:58Post count: 17spannerParticipant11/18/2014 at 10:47Post count: 17
The splash screen is in a different place now its in /home/pi/RetroPie-Setup/supplementary/splashscreens/retropiesetup2014/ if i remember..
is the a way of making the screen stay up longer..?
so if its up for 20 seconds can I change it to say 40 seconds..
and is there a way of getting to come up quicker like 2 seconds after boot,I want to try and remove all the boot text..??
The splash screen is like having Plymouth on your system but its not animated..;)
If you like Linux why not try Commodore OS 32-BIT…
http://cbmosvision.webs.com/spannerParticipant11/17/2014 at 20:46Post count: 17
Yes Sega Mega CD games with Wav/mp3 don’t work (no music)so I had to covert them to bin and they work fine,all you have to do is copy the files (iso/bin and wav/mp3 to a cdrw disc,if it don’t have a cue file use Sega Cue maker for windows.Then copy it back to a bin image file using ImgBurn,I am on Linux so I used a Virtual Machine Windows 7 to do it..
Hope this helps.spannerParticipant11/15/2014 at 11:51Post count: 17
If you boot Raspbian by trying “startx” and open a folder on the memu bar there is a option to open that folder as root so you can copy the image in to the etc folder with no problem..:D
I put it in to the etc folder but it never changed the splash screen..?
Have to try a different way..
This needs updating on how to change it properly..spannerParticipant11/13/2014 at 10:41Post count: 17
When you setup the controller its a bit confusing..
What is B Button (down) and Y Button(left)
Once I have set it up not all the buttons work,if I have analog turned off and the controller don’t work.. so if I press say right on the dpad it tries to go left and pauses the game and if i press down it goes right…???
If I turn on the analog the dpad works fine but the analog acts like the dpad did then the analog was off..???
Here is a trick on how to copy your bios over to the Bios folder in the home folder..
1) Copy the bios you want to the roms folder via smb so say…make a folder in one of the emulators i made it in the segacd folder..
2) once you have copied all the bios to that folder go to your RPI and exit Emulator Station don’t shutdown or restart,quit it so you end up in the terminal..
3) Type startx to boot Raspbian(I am so glad they didn’t remove it like other mixes) Once booted go to your biso folder in the home folder,cut and paste the bios from the bios folder in the roms folder(that’s in the segacd folder if you put them in there) to the bios folder in the home folder and that’s it done logout and type exit at terminal to boot Emulator Station and now it will find the bios it needs for the emulators..:D