I just want to confirm that Lakka is running successfully on the new RPI 2, by nightly builds or even compiling the source. For those who want to compile the source you just have to clone the git of Lakka and then launch this command:
$ DISTRO=Lakka PROJECT=RPi2 ARCH=arm make image
You can set on the make parameter the -j(number of cores of your current cpu) to increase the speed on the compilation. I have an i7, so the command looks like this:
$ DISTRO=Lakka PROJECT=RPi ARCH=arm make -j8 image
Also I add a new page to the Lakka Wiki https://github.com/libretro/Lakka/wiki/ ... s-&-Tricks Emulation Tips & Tricks.
On this new page you will find two tables, the first one is about the bios files needed by the Lakka emulators. The second table is about the rom filename extension used by the emulators. Both tables are order by SYSTEM so you can easily find the bios of the system that you want to emulate and the rom filename extension used.
Remember, you have to find and search each ROM and BIOS on internet. Lakka does not include any BIOS or Commercial ROMs.