Trixster wrote:To get the Chips version of uae4all2 to work, assuiming you are user "pi" and are using Retropie 3.0, do the following:
Download version 0_5 from Chips' website and use something like WinSCP to easily copy it into /opt/retropie/emulators/uae4all/
Use ssh or the rpi console to navigate to the /opt/retropie/emulators foloder. untar the archive using the command: sudo tar xvjf uae4all2-rpi-chips-0_5.bz2
This will creat a uae4all2-rpi folder in your retropie uae4all emulator folder.
In ssh or in the console navigate to /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/amiga
type sudo nano +Start UAE4ALL.sh
overwrite the contents of this file with:
/opt/retropie/supplementary/runcommand/runcommand.sh 0 ./uae4all-rpi2 "uae4all"
Save and exit.
Reboot Retropie. Enter the Retropie menu. Use your joystick/joypad to select "Enable/Disable Dispmanx SDL Driver for SDL1.X Emulators". A config screen will appear.
Scroll down and select "Disable for uae4all". Hit cancel.
Now selecting Uae4all from the Amiga emulator menu should boot the Chips version of Uae4all2.
Thanks for the tips man.
But I can't launch it from the ES.
It tries to load but returns to the ES menu.
I'm running RetroPie 3.3.1 and was able to launch the uae4all2-rpi1 (I have a Rpi1B+) manually and for the first time I had full screen (the original one from RetroPie gives me the "half height" issue.
I saw how is the launcher (+Start UAE4ALL.sh) for the original UAE4ALL and made the corrections below but I got the same issue, it returns to ES menu.
In Retropie 3.3.1, +Start UAE4ALL.sh is like this:
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So for the new UAE4ALL2-RPI made this changes:
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With no luck.
I also renamed the original uae4all and moved the uae4all-rpi1 renaming it to uae4all and the problem persists.
What is wrong, as I can run it manually?
Thanks in advance.