@wmarler first of all thanks to your work.
I encountered an issue when using the command make. So when I try to use the commands
make -C /lib/modules/uname -r/build/ M=$(pwd)
$ sudo make -C /lib/modules/uname -r/build/ M=$(pwd) modules_install
its something like :
make : Entering directory ........
make : *** No rule to make target ´ /build/´ . Stop
make : Leaving directory ´ /lib/modules .......
I am quite new to linux on that level so I dont know what to do. Has somebody an idea.
I updated steam-link with the experimental packages. Before, I added the PR from @psyke83 in scriptmodules/ports/steamlink.sh.
Now, I was able to play the dolphin-emulator mith my xbox-360 controller:
I opened steam on the host-pc
I started steam-link in retropie
I switched on Settings/Streaming/Advanced Options/Start Streaming desktop and then I started
Now I was able to configure the controls within dolphin. I also made a combined hotkey to exit dolphin (In my case the Start and SELECT Button). Switched off Confirm On Stop and Render To Main Window on within the dolphin-emulator
Switched off Settings/Streaming/Advanced Options/Start Streaming desktop
Restarted steam-link and it worked
I also installed steam-devices on the Raspberry Pi too, but I don't know if it makes any differences. If I want to play a game with a keyboard, I have to plug off the controller before starting steam-link.
Maybe you can use a .bat to .exe converter and try it again.
Or you try to call it through the interpreter, something like cmd.exe /c path/batchfile.bat. Which means you include cmd.exe to Steam and set commandline options to /c path/batchfile.bat.