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  • #92012
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    taalas
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    Hi,

    I am using the 2.6 SD card image and am trying to install/update emulators and Libretro cores.

    Currently I am unable to compile any of the packages because CMake will exit with an error while checking the C Compiler:

    cc1: error: /usr/local/include/arm-linux-gnueabihf: Not a directory

    Which is true…/usr/local/include is actually a file on my system.

    Which brings me to the general question: What is the correct way to update emulators on the SD card image? What is the difference between choosing a source based install and checking the appropriate item compared to using the “Install individual emulator” option? Is it possible that many items in “Install individual emulator” have a binary option but no actual binary update code?

    #92014
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    taalas
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    It seems to be AngelScript installing a file as /usr/local/include

    Is this intended behaviour?

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