@mitu No network cable, router is in the next room. It's a Netgear C3000-100NAS. I'm 99% sure it has no MAC filtering, but I'm checking right now.
It has Access Control enabled, set to allow new devices. There are no devices on the blocked devices list.
I've got an Xbox One, PS4, two TVs, a personal laptop, two phones, a tablet, and a work laptop on the network, plus a few friends/family who visit. Never had trouble connecting any of them. Not all of these devices are currently on, so are not using connections, but my points are: it seems unlikely there is any sort of MAC filtering I don't know about, and it would be a massive inconvenience to change the Wifi key.
I went back into /etc/network/interfaces and can't access Wifi from Network Options again. Tried running sudo rfkill unblock all, and nothing. Last time I ran this was after a reboot, so I rebooted again. While rebooting, I noticed a warning in the text crawl - it went by quick, but something like "Failed to start dhcpcd on all interfaces." Hopefully this is a clue!
@buzz I am using Ubuntu 14.04
Tried running your fix and it says it's not installed.
Edit2: I'm going to try installing from scratch again with the latest ubuntu
@guybrush said in New TV: Black frame | Undervoltage | Upgrade to Nespi + and 3B+ | Micro SD card:
Will I have problems with smooth gaming when storing the games on the NAS and would the Pi 3+ make a difference in that department?
I'd say the difference you'll see is negligible, since once the game/rom is loaded in the emulator, there's little network activity or file transfers over the network. One exception would be - maybe - CD based games where the game is loaded from the CD images (.iso/.bin/.chd). The network speed would help the loading times. But if you are already content with the Pi 3 and the current setup (ROMs on the NAS), it wouldn't make a noticeable upgrade.
Hello to all of you.
I have an Pi3b+ an i am new to Retropie and Amiberry. After setting up and playing some whdload-Games startet with AmiBerry & whdBooter everything looked fine. But now i have two Games i really want to play, but they wont start at all. The Games are Historyline 1914-1918 and Jaguar XJ220 and i use the .lha-Files from "Retroplay's WHD uploads" like mentioned. Both of them stuck with black Screen and without any Feedback. This Guide telling me for Information i have to delete or rename the "system-configuration"-File in Devs but this Path is not there. For Historyline, i think, i manually have to ad "custom 1=2" for skipping the Intro to anywhere, but i dont know where. To the Configuration(.uae)-File? After two Days of reading and trying i dont know further. Please, can anyone help me?
Thx & Greets
I was following instructions to it. https://github.com/sselph/scraper
$ wget https://github.com/sselph/scraper/releases/download/<release_name>/scraper_rpi2.zip
$ sudo unzip scraper_rpi2.zip scraper -d /usr/local/bin/
ls (shows directory)
It appears that thegamesdb.net isn't up. If you are sure it is use -skip_check to bypass this error.
No sources available (As I already know this was an issue some time ago)
I saw he posted 3 days ago
Thanks for the heads-up. It looks like it has changed. I'll convert the
code over this weekend.
So I'm going to do a bit of waiting and see.
@fishman I believe you would have to first quit Attract Mode and then type "emulationstation" at the command line. I don't know of any other way.
But there are many, many people here far more intelligent than I am about this sort of thing, so maybe someone else would know of a script or other method to do what you want to do.
Have a read of these to help you out. Not all games on N64 PI are compatible and some are just too much for the PI to run correctly. PSX games should for thye majority work fine (multi-disc games are a different matter and need some effort) work fine unless you use a crazy resolution, again, have a read below for some help on getting the best out of PSX PI
This is an N64 chart of what does and does not work, but is very outdated now. It should still help you out a lot though
Just read your not running via a PI, so it shouldn't be many problems, but its an e-machines (they are ancient now at about 5 years old). Just digging a bit more, the CPU is apparently soldered directly to the main board so thats not an upgrade option.You could fit an AMD Radeon GFX card as the GFX are curently motherboard based one which may explain why your games are glitchy and lagging, BUT reading a couple of forums it only has a 220W power supply that won't run a GFX card as well. So, you'll also need to upgrade the power supply to at least 400W
Hope that helps a bit
@squiike Look in the documentation and configure your PC share to be auto-mounted by the system - https://retropie.org.uk/docs/Running-ROMs-from-a-Network-Share/. Ignore the rom folder references, just create another folder in /home/pi/ and mount your PC file share into that folder.
For instance, add to /etc/fstab
//192.168.1.10/ShareName /home/pi/pc-share cifs username=Username,password=Password,nounix,noserverino,defaults,users,auto 0 0
replacing the IP address at the beginning with the IP address of your PC (or its hostname) and the ShareName with the share you configured on your PC and Username/Password with the correct user/pass to access your PC.
Make sure your firewall allows connections for the file sharing service, otherwise you'll not be able to connect.