Yeah that getting that app bundle was the next step as it just compiles as a unix executable at the moment.
Actually wow, clang pops up a lot of errors from files I never touched. Very interesting.
@llamadestroyer said in moonlight: request for comments and testing:
@hhromic how can i say, i literally feel that rumble thing in my hands. this is so awesome man. im a student i cant afford a xbox one or ps4 but i had so much better now thanks to you!
Thanks! But I'm not the author of the rumble fix, just the scriptmodule in RetroPie :) However I will pass your comment to the author! Glad you are enjoying Moonlight.
@luis0henrique Hi, someone also just reported a very similar bug, so maybe that's what happened to you too. It seems this is caused by certain GOG games, which make Pegasus crash on Windows. Unfortunately I don't know which ones yet (maybe some newer games?), but in case you'd be willing to share your list of installed GOG games, that'd greatly help with fixing this bug.
In case someone else also runs into this, here's the GitHub issue, also with a workaround until it's fixed.
hey Guys every time i want to start ES after the Translation and compile-steps, i get an error:
"host~/EmulationStation $ LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 ./emulationstation
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'boost::locale::conv::invalid_charset_error'
what(): Invalid or unsupported charset:UTF-8 or CHARSET
Locale is set to de_DE.UTF-8, but my ES won't start
took the File of Taranchul aka Clyde but it won't work
@keithk2581 - Unless it's been fixed in a very recent build (mines a bit older) and I get the same issue as you. It defaults to Default Language (Spanish) as default. If I change it to English and reset it stills boots as Spanish.
You might need to open an issue at the link @grant2258 posted above. The guys that maintain FBA are pretty helpful and had fixes out for an issue I opened within a day or so.
Just to mention mame2003-plus Lethal Enforcers does work fine in English and runs at full speed.
@mitu said in Installation of Mamedev MAME:
@George Create a PR on the Retropie-Setup repository - github.com/retropie/Retropie-Setup.
Thanks @mitu. I just submitted a pull request. Had to do a little file cleanup to eliminate some previous versions I had committed under the same branch.
Thanks again for all the help!
Not to know where to put the bios files, inside /home/pi/RetroPie/roms or /home/pi/RetroPie/BIOS, not working. Any idea, plz?
Edit: sorry a bad bios checksum found, with the right ones, works perfect. Thanks!!!
A lot of this functionality is built in
eg. on your ubuntu machine
sudo ./retropie_packages.sh crosscomp setup stretch
then on the rpi3 just install distcc, configure it to use Ubuntu machine.
PATH="/usr/lib/distcc:$PATH" MAKEFLAGS="-j4 PATH=/usr/lib/distcc:$PATH" ./retropie_packages.sh etc
note settings the PATH for makeflags is needed for some modules to use distcc.
retropie also includes the facility to build raspberry pi binaries on an x86 Ubuntu machine using an emulated chroot and the distcc on the host. see the "builder" module.
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