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- zerojayParticipant04/04/2016 at 05:34Post count: 173zerojayParticipant04/03/2016 at 18:54Post count: 173zerojayParticipant04/03/2016 at 18:53Post count: 173zerojayParticipant04/02/2016 at 14:52Post count: 173
For future reference, it’s best to file a bug on the github issue tracker for this kind of stuff so that I’m more easily aware of the issue (I don’t constantly troll through forum posts).
I took the liberty to create a bug for you on the issue tracker. You can use this to see my work/progress on the issue. If you can provide more detailed information about it, please do post it there: https://github.com/zerojay/RetroPie-Extra/issues/81zerojayParticipant04/02/2016 at 14:30Post count: 173zerojayParticipant04/01/2016 at 14:22Post count: 173
My ability to fix your issues is entirely dependent upon knowing what the errors are. Also, you have the ability to open that script and read the line for yourself, don’t forget that.
So, if you haven’t run anything that uses X on your RetroPie, it’s possible that the Xorg server has not been setup to allow other users to run it, something we require.
As root (or through sudo), run dpkg-reconfigure x11-common. It will ask you who should be allowed to run X, select “Anyone” and you should be good afterwards.
I’m not sure why that message would not be seen as it’s supposed to be in a dialog box with an OK button so….?zerojayParticipant03/30/2016 at 15:48Post count: 173
It was pulled recently from the builds because it could cause EmulationStation to crash hard and easily. So more recent updates have it removed.zerojayParticipant03/30/2016 at 15:25Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/30/2016 at 15:22Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/30/2016 at 15:15Post count: 173
Updated versions of the sd card images are on what Jools calls a “when I feel like it” basis. Whenever there’s a feeling that something’s changed enough to want to push out a new SD card image, there will be a new image.
As for the updates that you get through the update script, there are no set schedules for those updates. They happen as they get committed to the RetroPie-Setup repository. Update it whenever you get the itch.
Questions like “is it worth x?” are always hard to answer by definition. But yes, the updates are worthwhile and fix or add new stuff all the time. It doesn’t take long to run even a full binary update. Just run it whenever you feel like.zerojayParticipant03/30/2016 at 15:11Post count: 173
The way you likely have things setup is that OSMC and RetroPie have their own partitions on your SD card. You should be able to mount the RetroPie partition and make any changes you’d like. There’s no intentional blocking of anything going on. But those hybrid builds don’t come from here and aren’t supported officially so you’d have to ask whomever made your sd card image for all the details.zerojayParticipant03/30/2016 at 08:54Post count: 173
I have completed the port. As I currently don’t know of any other game that uses BennuGD, I’ve made it a port instead of a system. If anyone wants me to change it, find me some other compatible games to play with it and I could change it.
You can find it under the ports section as sorr.sh.
Make sure you install your data files for the game after installation. Also, do not use anything but the fast fullscreen option. Everything else can hard crash the pi itself.
I don’t know how SORMaker mods work so if you want that, I’m going to need to know how those work and some examples.zerojayParticipant03/30/2016 at 04:44Post count: 173
The MAME stuff in sselph’s scraper seaches by name so it shouldn’t be too difficult to get something similar working for computer systems if needed. Poke him and see what he says.zerojayParticipant03/30/2016 at 04:42Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/29/2016 at 04:21Post count: 173
This is fine, really. What were you trying to add?zerojayParticipant03/29/2016 at 04:16Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/29/2016 at 04:14Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/29/2016 at 04:09Post count: 173
Generally speaking, PSX is far from an unstable hellhole. Almost everything plays perfectly on an overclocked Pi 2 as well as a standard Pi 3 without overclocking. This sounds like either there’s something wrong with your image or you have some sort of hardware or corruption issue going on.zerojayParticipant03/27/2016 at 15:57Post count: 173
I read the link. I still don’t know what the final conclusions are.zerojayParticipant03/25/2016 at 13:06Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/25/2016 at 13:05Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/25/2016 at 00:12Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/24/2016 at 13:29Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 20:14Post count: 173
There are Canadian retailers with Pi3s in stock.zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 17:58Post count: 173
Replace the buttons and stick on that thing, it’s pretty well known for being terrible out of the box.zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 13:33Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 08:09Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 05:20Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 03:20Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 02:40Post count: 173
It ran for me. I didn’t test it much though.zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 02:27Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 00:42Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/23/2016 at 00:07Post count: 173zerojayParticipant03/22/2016 at 22:45Post count: 173
I assumed you would want white text on a black background. If you want black text on a white background instead, look for the xterm line and remove the -rv switch, save and configure.