I have done extensive searches on here and the internet, and have not been able to find a solution that works for me. I am using an IPAC2 usb controller to make arcade controls for my Raspberry Pi, and using RetroPie as my front end. I have tried changing many configuration files as others have suggested (RetroArch.cfg), and for some reason cannot get the IPAC2 to control anything within emulation station. The keyboard works fine. I have even re-installed Retro-Pie from scratch with no results. The IPAC2 works on the command line, and within the Raspberry Pi OS. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated as it is getting increasingly frustrating. Thanks
I can’t say specifically about the iPac 2, but my iPac Mini is working perfectly to control ES, MAME, NES, SNES, GBA and Sega Genesis in RetroPie 2.4.2 SD card image. They all run the same keyboard encoder, no?
What problem are you having exactly? Can you hold down one of your pushbuttons to start the ES config? Have you tried unplugging all other keyboards and USB devices to test?
Thanks for the help everyone
I was just able to upgrade the firmware after I got home from work, and that did the trick. I didn’t even think of the firmware since I just got this board last week, but lo and behold there was an update (1.21 to 1.22)
Thanks for your help!
I have a question I did a firmware upgrade on my Ultimarc I pac and now the green light will not come one and the computer will not pic up the usb. I am very new to this please help. I could not figure out how to start a new topic so please help