Well, my curiosity is not about something in retropie per se but in how you people handle your downloads.
I've got my brand new FBNeo 0.2.97.44 while strolling on internet and my torrent came really compartmented on "Arcade", "Console", "HDD" and "Samples".
But, as you may have know by now my dumbness doesn't know any limits and I've deleted the previous (working) one without any second look.
If I unzip I will have folders and if I put them all together in one folder, windows will ask if I want replace some files.
Well, how do you do this dirty job?
(my previous romset came in only one zip, separated in a gazillion download links, if you wanna know such thing)
@CapNinja Arcade ROMs
shouldare not to be un-zipped.
Clyde last edited by
@mitu "should are not"? :D
My bad. On the Arcade zip file, are all the games zipped.
Same in the other ones
@CapNinja You should unzip only the main zip file, not the individual .zip files within.
I did not unzip the games, just the "mother" zip
@CapNinja What files are 'replaced' when you put them all in one folder ? What's the folder structure ?
Some examples by folder
here was just 2 folders with images about killer instinct 1 and 2. Forget it
This is a doubt for another time. Forget it too
barbudreadmon last edited by
If I unzip I will have folders and if I put them all together in one folder
I don't understand your problem, why do you want to put content from, let's say SAMPLES, into the same folder as your romsets ? Those are support files. Read official documentation : https://github.com/libretro/FBNeo/tree/master/src/burner/libretro
Initially I did not have any intention, but after I read this on "validating, rebuilding and filtering":
"Sample: Some games require an additional zip file with recorded sounds or music in order for audio to work correctly"
Then the doubt came up
I will read your link and will come back later. Thanks