I recently used Floobs videos to configure my controls for mupen64plus and the neogeo on the RetroPie 2.6 which worked absolutly perfect for me.
Now I got my new Raspberry Pi 2 and I installed the RetroPie 3.0beta2 Image. After a few problems with my wireless Xbox 360 Controller which is connected via the official Microsoft dongle everything work quite nice, except of two things.
1. I can’t configure buttons on my joystick to for example exit the mumpen64plus. In 2.6 it worked for example with “J0B12”, which I configured at “/opt/retropie/configs/n64/mupen64plus.cfg”. Now it doesn’t. Can someone please tell me which command I have to enter?
2. The neogeo emulator seems to be different than the one from the 2.6. It also doesn’t work. Is there a way to get it running like in the 2.6 version or is there another solution?
Thanks for that. But how can I change the controls in gngeo now? I wanted to do it like in your guide:
1. Go to: /home/pi/.gngeo/gngeorc
2. Add this text:
So it looks like: UP=J0B0,DOWN=J0B1,LEFT=J0B2,RIGHT=J0B3
Some more details:
# some sample joystick configuration
# p1control A=J0B0,B=J0B1,C=J0B2,D=J0B3,START=J0B6,COIN=J0B10,UP=J0a1,DOWN=J0a1,LEFT=J0A0,RIGHT=J0A0,MENU=J0B7
# p1control A=J0B2,B=J0B1,C=J0B3,D=J0B0,START=J0B9,COIN=J0B8,UP=J0a1,DOWN=J0a1,LEFT=J0A0,RIGHT=J0A0
# Meaning of the code:
# Kxxx : keyboad key number xxx
# JxByy : Joystick number x Button
# JxAyy : Joystick number x Axe yy (use a lowercase 'a' if you need to invert the axis)
# JxHyy : Joystick number x Hat yy
# by the way, you can define a button multiple time, for example A=J0B0,A=K123,etc..
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