Yeah, use my proper scummvm port here, instead of the default version, which relies on BROKEN sdl 1.2.x framebuffer video:Micha1982 wrote:As written, ScummVM does not start anymore on fresh install - only black screen.
Any ideas? Tested 2 times now, with Raspbian from 24.12.14 and 31.1.15.
Completely fresh install now, only screenmode is changed to 720p, overscan top, bottom right and left is activated in config.txt and turbo is on, nothing else is changed!
Installed without x, directly after startup in textconsole with sudo apt-get install scummvm.
'Started' with scummvm.
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wget http://malus.exotica.org.uk/~buzz/pi/sdl/sdl1/deb/rpi1/libsdl1.2debian_1.2.15-8rpi_armhf.deb wget http://malus.exotica.org.uk/~buzz/pi/sdl/sdl1/deb/rpi1/libsdl1.2-dev_1.2.15-8rpi_armhf.deb
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dpkg -i libsdl1.2debian_1.2.15-8rpi_armhf.deb libsdl1.2-dev_1.2.15-8rpi_armhf.deb
Easy to have x sd-cards and to change for every program? Or to create different partitions for everything? No...the easiest way would definately to start it from X, from an icon under raspbian in my opinionexobuzz wrote:well, the easiest way is just to install retropie
Youre right - but no fullscreeen/scalingexobuzz wrote:if you start it from X you wont have the black screen problem anyway.
sorry, maybe I should take a look how to install retropie on raspbian...if that would be possible, it sounds also like a good solution...I thought it is only available as a complete image.exobuzz wrote:Since you asked on how to install it (installing a few debs is quite simple) I had to take a guess at your level of knowledge, and installing a system that has it already fixed ready to go sounded right. The fix was also done as part of retropie. so no need for the sarcasm - obviously having a separate SD card just for scummvm is daft.
and you can actually install the retropie-setup script on your current raspbian, and just install scummvm if you needed.
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