teeth_03 wrote:If I get some time, I'll try to get the Xbox controllers working, I had them working before, but that was like 6 months ago. It was a pain in the ass if I remember correctly. Right now, I'm using 2 USB Retrolink SNES controllers.
If you find problems or errors in the description at https://github.com/petrockblog/RetroPie ... controller
I am sure that people would be glad, if you would correct them in the wiki.
I made a post in the other thread about the image, which one should we post problems/suggestions in?
I am following both threads. Personally, I would post more general things about the RetroPie setup in the "image thread, e.g., removable packages, themes, running services, settings in the /boot/config.txt etc.
Missing functions or problems related to the components that are installed by the RetroPie script would then go into this thread. But I am sure that everybody has his own opinion about this
About playing Genesis Roms, I have 2 sonic games that are .bin and I put them in the Mega Drive folder, but the Mega Drive screen doesn't come up when I go through my list of emulators. Are the Roms in the wrong format or am I using the wrong emulator? I haven't done much Sega emulation. I deleted all the hidden ROM files out of all the folders upon setting up the system.
Ups, the hidden files are temporary files (possibly created by MacOS on my side. I will remove these in the next version of the image.
According to the recent version of RetroPie Setup, .bin files should be recognized by EmulationStation. You can check your configuration by looking into ~/.emulationstation/es_systems
I just tried .smd ROMs so far, which works fine.