GBA Gpsp control issue

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This topic contains 10 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of esbiete esbiete 2 years, 1 month ago.

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  • #88739
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    BuToNz
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    Hi all,

    Getting on well with RetroPie + the Pi2. Everything seems to be running fairly well. Looking forward to the N64 emulation to be tweaked.

    One issue I’m having though is with Gpsp. I have got the libretro version and the controls are working correctly but the directional pad seems to be mapped to the left thumbstick on my 360 pad. This would be fine if it wasn’t incredibly sensitive – seems like there is no deadzone at all. I have tried using the F10 menu to remap but can’t map the directional pad on the 360 pad.

    Any advice? GBA games are pretty much unplayable with the thumbstick at the moment.

    Thanks!

    #88762
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    gizmo98
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    RetroPie-Setup has a gpsp-libretrocore now for rpi2.
    Close EmulationStation with “F4” and type:

    cd RetroPie-Setup
    sudo git pull
    sudo ./retropie_setup.sh

    Select ‘experimental packages’ and ‘gba libretrocore gpsp’

    #88780
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    BuToNz
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    Yeah I’m using that already. Still can’t map the directional keys.

    #88830
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    maddox
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    I just tried to install the experimental version and it failed right away:

    
    cc1: error: /usr/local/include/arm-linux-gnueabihf: Not a directory
    cc1: warning: /usr/local/include: not a directory [enabled by default]
    Makefile:323: recipe for target 'main.o' failed
    make: *** [main.o] Error 1
    
    
    #88840
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    three30zero
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    I’m having the same problem as maddox, with /usr/local/includearm-linux-gnueabihf not being a directory. I’ve ran into this problem while trying to install/compile other games (not RetroPie) as well.

    #88868
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    gizmo98
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    I cannot reproduce your error message. What is your memory split?

    #88872
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    BuToNz
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    Also worth noting my RetroArch hotkeys are not working on Gpsp either. Is something amiss?

    #88882
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    gizmo98
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    Did you copy your roms to /retropie/roms/gba-gpsp-libretro?

    #88898
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    BuToNz
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    Did you copy your roms to /retropie/roms/gba-gpsp-libretro?

    Yeah, they are in there.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by Profile photo of BuToNz BuToNz.
    #88973
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    fallersaur
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    I just tried to install the experimental version and it failed right away:

    Are you using RetroPie 2.6.0? It is currently working for me.

    I recently built my Pi2 fresh from the 2.6.0 image. After learning about the new libretro version of gpsp I grabbed it from the experimental section, threw the bios in /home/pi/RetroPie/BIOS, and it just simply worked from there for me (Using a USB SNES controller from GTRON). The only other thing to note is that I have mine overclocked to 1000 MHz using raspi-config’s “Pi2” option. I left all of my other settings alone.

    #90513
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    esbiete
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    I had the same compiling problem, please check http://blog.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/setting-up-sixaxis-failure/#post-90512 in case is useful also for you.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by Profile photo of esbiete esbiete.
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