Select runcommand from the RetroPie menu (or through configuration/tools in RetroPie-Setup). Ensure Launch menu is enabled. Check Launch menu joystick control. If joystick control is disabled, either enable it, or use a keyboard plugged into any USB port, instead of the gamepad, to access the launch menu.
After trying Bluetooth w/o success --- Does Retropie Support USB Headphones and Headsets? How does it work? I am new to Linux as well --- I am not afraid of using the command line --- I just need my handheld if needed. Thank you in advance.
Nice. I want to get a Sinden lightgun sometime. I guess I'm out of ideas since I haven't used one before. I thought I read on his site that you have to install some custom software or driver to make it work with the border around the screen.
Maybe someone else who has one might have some ideas. To me it sounds like there is some configuration specific to the way the lightgun detects whether it is pointed at the screen or not. On the original NES Zapper it would select game modes if pointed away from the screen and start one if it was pointed at the screen.
If I understood it more I would tell you.
If it were just a discrepancy of a name for the driver of xbox controllers, but it seems to have other uses and I don't know if it even is a xbox controller driver.
When enabled it creates an assigned number of virtual controllers, gamepads can be mapped through these and there is a technical guide to advanced controller mapping on the website here regarding these two things.
It is not part of the core install, I think the xpad driver works for xbox controllers.
Though I still don't know for sure if this is only of significance to player two or if at all. The way I think it applies to some of the controller problems is that player two will instead be a virtual controller and the controller that you'd like to be player two will instead be player 5 or something. But these things... there are a few layers and I know maybe 1/5 of them, you'll have to try uninstalling it at least and with luck control assignments will be naturally working for you.
cant speak for the standalone pcsx-rearmed so someone else could probly chip in there as for the libretro build its possible to generate game specific overides both for core settings and controller remaps via the quick menu section of emulators menu i use the libretro build myself for specific core settings for certan games as analogue input breaks certan games and enhanced resolution brings in graphic glitches on some too so i have specific configs for these games via the override feature
I'm having the same problem where none of my controllers are working in game, however, I know what you're talking about, as I had that same thing (with the having to basically hold all the buttons to get it to open the remap screen) happen to me. Unfortunately, I have no idea what caused it, and I was only able to fix it by doing a clean install. If it's any consolation, since the install I haven't had that problem (just my current one where my controllers aren't working in game)