@meleu just came across this topic and though that maybe you'd include my tutorial from last year so it won't get lost in time. you can give it a quick look if you have time and see if it's worth it :) https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/19274/guide-stable-windows-95-on-retropie
@fluffypillow Thanks man, and sorry again for the "double-posting", I'll answer you here
I did the workaround you told (put 'providers.gog.enabled: false" in settings.txt) and worked! Nice :D
I don't have much GOG games, but here's the list if you want
Aquaria / Bastion / Botanicula / Death to Spies: Moment of Truth
Mark of the Ninja / Gorogoa / Fran Bow / Grim Fandango Remastered
Hyper Light Drifter / Pan-Pan / Shovel Knight / Odallus: The Dark Call
Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines
@niekveldhuizen It seems you're not familiar with modifying source code - so it's maybe better to just get an adapter for the Xbox 360 controller, since the PDP adapter is not yet supported by the Linux driver (xpad).
I'm sorry for not getting back to you sooner! The information always seems accurate when you're the one typing it! 🤣🤣
The screensaver displays videos just fine - I don't have an issue with black/blank screens. It is the game information it won't display. On my 3B+ I have set "Show Game Info On Screensaver" - ALWAYS and it displays the game name and system. On Windows it does not.
I should also mention that I'm using the Showcase theme on both my 3B+ and Win10.
Many thanks for the info on evdev. I thought it wasn't being used since evdev-joystick --l doesn't show anything, but the gamepad was being assigned to /dev/input/eventX
I ended up using this solution:
I ended up purchasing another class 10 sandisk 64 gb micro sd card and flashed the stock retropie Zero w image from the website. On boot - got the same result. I began to wonder if it was perhaps just the fact I was using a 64 gb card. So, I purchased yet another micro sd card, this time 32 gb. I’ve had no problems with it whatsoever. It’s been running like a charm!
I will give a look later and I will let u know what I find inside. However I can already find the mapping file created on ~/.dosbox which is probably a hidden folder. I don't know (but I suppose) if the two mapping files are connected if not the same file.
I will let you know later.
@Clyde Well ifconfig works just fine in Debian Stretch / Retropie 4.4
I just tested it in the linux terminal. It also seems that ip addr works as well.
So doesnt matter which one will be used. Either one will do just fine. :-)
@punchout the error is pretty self-explanatory, you seem to have something called "RetroArch" in your home directory already (could be a file or directory).
Once you resolve that problem, the file mentioned is located in /home/pi/RetroArch/input/drivers/udev_input.c