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  • #115695
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    megafish0527
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    Hi, it seems that most people can find the libretro PPSSPP/PPSSPP emulator in the experimental section of the setup-script; however, I cannot find it and I read that a few other people had the same problem as I did. I did sudo apt-get update and upgrade (if that does anything) and I updated the script as well as retropie itself. Can anyone tell me a solution to this please? Thanks.

    #115697
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    herbfargus
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    It’s not in the experimental menu:

    https://github.com/retropie/retropie-setup/wiki/PSP

    https://github.com/retropie/retropie-setup/wiki/Updating-RetroPie

    It will be under option 5.

    And apt-get update has nothing to do with updating or installing emulators for retropie.

    #115725
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    megafish0527
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    Its not under individual emulators as well; I checked several times and I did script updates and binary updates as well (in that order). However, it still does not show up.

    #115728
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    buzz
    Keymaster

    Do you have a RPI 2?

    #115736
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    buzz
    Keymaster

    I suspect you have a RPI 1. I have updated the wiki as it said it runs best on a RPI 2 – but actually, the module is disabled for the RPI 1, so i not available.

    #115737
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    megafish0527
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    Ohhhhh… ok thank you so much for telling me. I was going to try it out on my Pi1 before buying a Pi 2. Thanks, I was thinking that it was taken down because of a problem or something. This isn’t really related, but if I were to transfer my Pi1 micro sd with RetroPie installed on top of Raspbian Jessie, would it work on the Pi2?

    #115738
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    buzz
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    it would work, but it would miss out emulator optimisations for the rpi2 – at least until you did a “full binary install” from retropie-setup

    #115806
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    megafish0527
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    Ok, thank you so much! I’m out to get a Pi2 now šŸ˜€

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