exactly. Besides the base installation and Retropie i only installed git dialog unzip xmlstarlet lightdm openbox and ubuntu-drivers-common. Made that up for a friend of mine who is absolutely clueless when it comes to computers. The idea is "USB stick in, turn on PC = Retropie / USB stick out, turn on PC = Windows"
But i found a solution 20 minutes ago. By accident more or less TBH. I was snooping around in the file manager included in the Retropie menu, actually not knowing what i was looking for and realized that the screen looks different from what i saw on Raspberry Pi. I navigated to dolphin-emu, executed it and voilà, there it is.
Weird... Maybe someone more experienced could satisfy my curiosity and explain why this works through file manager but not through the console.
Bonjour, j'utilise retropie sur ubuntu 18.04 et installé dolphin.
tout fonctionne a part que si je met la langue de la wii en francais , a chaque démarrage du jeu avec emulationstation le jeu change de langue automatiquement et repasse en anglais.
sur la gamecube je n'est pas ce probleme
quand je lance dolphin sans passé par émulationstation la langue que j'ai choisi se met bien et reste tel que je l'ai mise, des que je lance les jeux avec emulationstation la langue se modifie et ce n'est plus celle que j'ai mise
Es-ce que quelq'un a déja eu le cas et a une solution
Most of the links go over similar steps for compiling, installing, and testing Vulkan and its demos. Some additional notes:
The older posts point to a developer's fork of Mesa. Now that Vulkan has been merged into Mesa, whereever you see a git clone you'll want to make sure that you're pointing to Mesa's repository (https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/)
You'll be able to get Vulkan from the master branch of of the Mesa repository. It doesn't look like it's been tagged to a release yet, so there's likely more work to be done and your mileage may vary.
You can actually have different versions of Mesa installed on your system simultaneously, as long as you put them in different directories. In order to ensure stability of my Pi systems, I do this, so I can test and play around while not worrying about everything else. Though Mesa is pretty self contained so it's not too hard to get things back to normal if you overwrite the original drivers.
If you have compiled Mesa for installation in another directory, then you'll need to add the following line to your launch scripts or your bash profile in order to point programs to your special installation. You do that with the following line:
export VK_ICD_FILENAMES=[YOUR INSTALLATION PATH]/share/vulkan/icd.d/broadcom_icd.armv7l.json
I've found that Raspbian/Raspberry Pi OS (which is what RetroPie is built on) actually uses NVIDIA's Vendor Neutral Dispatch version of Mesa (which uses code from Mesa), and not Mesa's version of Mesa. I have no idea if that will be changing or not, but it at least indicates that there will be more work to do before we see Vulkan drivers as part of Raspbian/Raspberry Pi OS/RetroPie as a default.
I've been playing around with Vulkan and so far it's looking pretty good. I have high hopes that as programs begin to adopt Vulkan we'll be seeing some really awesome performance increases. I have not tried Dolphin though. The only thing I've found regarding Dolphin and Vulkan was someone testing it out on a Jetson Nano, which is a different hardware platform. He did compare Vulkan vs. OpenGL and found that Zelda: Wind Walker ran very well with Vulkan where it was choppy on OpenGL. The post is on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/retropieofficial/permalink/1387063751494192/).
I created a scriptmodule for my own purposes to automate building / installation of Mesa with Vulkan. I may create a separate post for that.
Hey does anyone know a reason why my Controller Input isn't working even though I configured it like it was described?
Launching Games directly from Dolphin works and the Controlls were detected.
Only from Retropi none of the Games work with the XBox One Controller.