PPSSPP & Ir-ppsspp wont install
I'm having an issue with retropie-setup installer when installing psp cores with both binary and source methods, I have also tried to git clone through terminal but with the same result. Also I have cloned multiple versions of ppsspp with no luck. The cores were originally working I'm thinking maybe I'm missing dependencies. Here is a pic of the error message I recieve..
@kay-Row please fill out https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first
please also supply the build logs for these failures (you can find them in
@dankcushions trust me I've checked them already been trying to figure it out all afternoon I'll get those logs to you asap thanks
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@dankcushions how do i send you the logs?? i have them here but it says i need permissions to drag and drop and i dont see an attachment icon..
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@kay-Row you’re running aarch64 - that’s not a supported config.
again, please fill out https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first
@dankcushions maybe so but it worked fine up untill this morning and has done for the whole time on 64 . i think maybe my son may have deleted files which were integral to the ppsspp cores. but im not skilled enough to know which ones and how to fix it
@dankcushions if your certain that is the problem could you give me instructions on how to revert back to 32? will this affect my overclock capability? but yea ive been playing ppsspp for weeks on 64
@kay-Row if you fill out https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first like i keep asking, i can help :) but presumably if you’re running aarch64, then you’re not using the official image. check our documentation to install the official, supported image.
@dankcushions how all im getting is a read me no forms
what do i fill out ??
@kay-Row copy and paste the text into you reply here.
but again, if you’re using a third party image you’ll get no support here, sorry.
@dankcushions herb_fargus ADMINISTRATORS 23 Mar 2016, 00:54
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@kay-Row right, but you have to answer the questions in that pasted text...
@dankcushions Oh i see my bad i was mad frustrated that day couldnt think clearly. i solved that problem anyway but i do have an issue i cant find anything about anywhere you may be able to help me with. when i use the ppsspp launcher at the desktop it works fine no issues but when i try to launch it from emulationstation without the desktop enabled with emulationstation launching from boot the same emulator wont start it. ive had problems with other emulators but fixed them by either changing lines in the configs or choosing default aspect ratios etc but this i just cant see what the issue is. heres the steps
1.goes to core screen like usual
2.goes black briefly as it attempts to load
3. kicks back to emulationstation
4. doesnt leave any errors in logs
i Model or other hardware: 4B+
Power Supply used: standard
RetroPie Version Used : raspian buster 10
Built From: ontop OS
USB Devices connected: 0
Controller used: 4
Error messages received: none
Verbose log (if relevant):
Guide used: no guides found
Attachment of config files: ppsspp =
default = "ppsspp"
lr-ppsspp = "/opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/bin/retroarch -L /opt/retropie/libretrocores/lr-ppsspp/ppsspp_libretro.so --config /opt/retropie/configs/psp/retroarch.cfg %ROM%"
Settings made here will only override settings in the global retroarch.cfg if placed above the #include line
input_remapping_directory = "/opt/retropie/configs/psp/"
fps_show = "true"
video_driver = ""
@kay-row please provide a verbose log as per https://retropie.org.uk/docs/Runcommand/#launch-with-verbose-logging
@dankcushions yea sorry the ppsspp core I'm using is the standalone as the libretro one struggles to play most games and the system wont launch with the experimental vulkan drivers. I cant access verbose mode unless it's a libretro core right ??
@kay-row it should still generate a log in the same location, after launching as normal