the workaround is to check you gcc version on your setup for example mine is 9.3
in CLi type
then in the scriptmodule as @mitu advised initially find the 2 entries pointing gcc-6 lines 20 and 32 (im having 4.7.2 rpie setup script) and in my case i added gcc-9 fo example
save, start or restart rpi setup and should compile ok
BUT again as @mitu
i d recommend lr-mgba which is better for gba
Actually I just saw the performance test...I think I will get a Pi4 and modify the Nespicase lol...I want to play ps1 dreamcast and some n64 Mame etc, the Pi1 B+ doesn't seems to be strong enough for all this.
Thank you for the guide. Almost all of it worked in 2021, but there are few things I'd like to alter for those who will come after us.
First, there's a typo in pt 5
Stick a few into the /home/pi/pico8 folder
the correct folder path is /home/pi/pico-8 with a dash. Not a big thing, but if you doing this via SSH, there could be a hiccup.
Then, the es_systems.cfg file. There's no such file in /opt/retropie/configs/all/emulationstation by default. Maybe it was changed in some RetroPie update, but anyway. To add a new system to Emulation Staion, you have to:
Copy the system config to the home folder to make a custom config:
cp /etc/emulationstation/es_systems.cfg ~/.emulationstation/es_systems.cfg
Edit this file and add the Pico8 configuration snippet from the guide
sudo shutdown -r now
Finally, I use my RetroPie as an emulation station it is. There's no keyboard in my setup, only a gamepad. Therefore I cannot press Ctrl-R to run a cartridge. For those like me who just wanna play their games, just add -run suffix to the command line in the snippet
That's good advice. I have two cards that I alternate between when it's time to upgrade. It's intended as insurance to protect my time, but I've never actually had to go back to a previous card. As far as the difficulty of upgrading is concerned, I run 33 systems in RetroPie that are highly customized, as well as dual boot into an equally customized OSMC and it only ever takes about 30-40 minutes to upgrade and restore my settings back to where they were. Granted, even that amount of time can be hard to come by during a hectic week, but that's why God invented Sundays... well, you know, that and all the praising, but I doubt he's ever smited anyone for catching up on a little computer maintenance all the same.
@mitu thanks dude, that was it.
i had removed everything with kodi- before it in
synaptic package manager and then reinstalled kodi
from binary in retropie and restarted retropie/es
and now kodi shows up and runs within ports!
@Darksavior Nevermind, I found it. That worked perfectly. I'm getting the quarter of a screen problem too, but that can be fixed. Gotta admit, I think I probably enjoy setting up the RetroPie more than playing the games.