Thanks for thhat, i just realized that realtek drivers need binary firmwares that i did not select in the system build. Next release.OH650R wrote:1. Wifi won't connect. I have verified the dongle works in Raspbian. Chipset: Realtek RTL8188CUS. Driver issue?
Hum. Could you report this issue on https://github.com/digitalLumberjack/recalbox-os/issuesOH650R wrote:2. I have an aftermarket usb 360 controller and recalbox recognizes it fine as 360 afterglow controller, but when I turn off the Pi and power back up it's not found. I have to unplug and re-plug and it's fine. When rebooting, it stays connected.
I created a fat32 partition in order to make it compatible with all OS. If you plug the SD in a Mac or Linux, you can copy roms directly. But windows this noob OS won't read extended partition and do not detect logical partitions in it...OH650R wrote:3. Is there a way to add roms without transferring over the network (wired or wireless)?
Yes but the share partition is FAT32, and the program read ext filesystem.mgoulart wrote:There is a Windows program (http://www.paragon-drivers.com/extfs-windows/) that read and write on ExtX partitions.
Hi DigitalLumberjack,DigitalLumberjack wrote:Yes,
Press F4 to quit emulationstation, then ALT+F2. Or connect via ssh
"root" + "recalboxroot" to connect.
Thenand add the lines. Please tell us if it helps
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You just have to get the last release file https://github.com/digitalLumberjack/re ... v3.2.4.zip and unzip its content to the root of your sd card.swshatkin wrote:i have been trying to transfer all the unzipped files to an SD card fat32 partition, i t has not been a success im not getting anything when i put my sd in the RPI, i am a noob so i must be doing something wrong, i dont know if im supposed to go through and unzip the .tar files for rpios as well or what, please someone help me with the installation process for this id appreciate it.
Thanks a lot! I'm struggling like a hell to make it work on Retropie!DigitalLumberjack wrote:Hi Marcelo, could be a good idea, can i let you add an issue ?
mgoulart wrote:Hey Lumberjack,
RecalboxOS has support to db9_gpio_rpi? https://github.com/petrockblog/RetroPie ... 9_gpio_rpi
Hi, remove hdmi_drive=2 and hdmi_safe=1 from the file.terminator2k2 wrote:any one help? ive read and read and cant seem to get this to work...
Hi see overscan : https://github.com/digitalLumberjack/re ... #b---othergeppetto wrote:Top and bottom fits fine and picture quality is very good.
Is there some way I can tweak it to fill the screen?
N64 uses mupen auto configure for controllers. You can add you joypad config.ewzzy wrote:I just got my RPi2 and setup recalbox. I'm very happy with the performance. I also got Wifi working which was a nice bonus.
My only trouble is my controller doesn't seem to work on N64. I'm using a Dual Shock 2 through a USB converter. It works with every other system but nothing happens in N64.
Could you add emulators for Virtual Boy, WonderSwan, and Neo Geo Pocket? They're in Retroarch under Mednafen. They aren't terribly popular systems but there are a few great games for them.
hi there, this is my config and it still displays "out of range"DigitalLumberjack wrote:
Hi, remove hdmi_drive=2 and hdmi_safe=1 from the file.
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disable_overscan=1 gpu_mem=512 avoid_safe_mode=1 kernel=zImage