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.
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.