This thread: https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/22392/lr-atari800-5200-artifacting-basic-and-other-guidance and the accompanying github repo with the script (https://github.com/raphkoster/lr-atari800-runcommand-onstart) maybe qualify?
@mitu said in Reicast doesn't work properly:
From what I recall from my struggles with reicast, it should be 'evdev_Twin USB Joystick.cfg' with the spaces. Also, putting the config in 'controller_generic.cfg' should also work.
Alternatively you can move all of your game files from the "pc" folder and put them in a "pc2" or "pcgamefiles" folder and only use "pc" for your launching scripts. As a side note I would recommend using .conf files for launching your dos games instead of .sh because it allows you full control of all dosbox settings on a per game basis.
Thanks @mitu. It works now for the custom lists.
About the joystick selection tool permission issue, I'm waiting for a new Xinmo interface shipment before pushing further. Once I have it I will try again. I have a 4 player board on my arcade. I would need longer GPIO cables to follow my initial plan to connect player 3 and 4 on one Xinmo, but those cables come from China and seem to be out of stock due to the disruption of global value chains.
I hope that the Joystick selection tool will allow to connect P1 and P3 on one Xinmo, P2 and P4 on the other (considering cable length), then reallocating the players with the tool. If I can make it work.
@simonc said in Unable to scrape, unable to update:
use the pc version of the scraper it is 100% faster,it can scrape 2k roms in 30minutes or 20minutes and if you scraped in raspberry pi it will take half a day or whole day.
For both Skyscraper and probably SSelph's scraper, this is incorrect. This might be true when using the EmulationStation built-in scraper compared to Skraper on Windows when using ScreenScraper as the source. For Skyscraper at least it is way faster when you have entered your ScreenScraper credentials correctly in the configuration. We're talking about 2000 roms in 30 minutes or maybe even less.
@jit Please format your posts - put small logs in code blocks - see http://commonmark.org/help/ - and put large logs on a pastebin type site like http://paste.ubuntu.com/ http://pastebin.com/ or similar.
Please edit your post as the log is too big.
Please do not post a support request without first reading and following the advice in https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first
Looks like a bad sdcard or badly written SD card image. The message is a generic I can't find the partition named /root to start the system, which can happen for various reasons, but on a freshly written sdcard image is most likely an incorrectly written image.
Which image did you use to image your card and how did you write it ?
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