PPSSPP Won't build RPI2 3.2

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  • #108474

    bennyp
    Participant

    hello,

    i’m building LR ppsspp from the experimental menu and it keeps getting stuck on cloning ffmpeg and wont proceed any further.

    does it just take a while? im connected to ethernet on my home router so the connection shouldnt be too slow.

    thanks

    #108475

    herbfargus
    Member

    Takes at least an hour or so.

    #108476

    bennyp
    Participant

    ok thank you,

    your work on retropie is much appreciated 🙂

    #109016

    labelwhore
    Participant

    does PPSSPP include all of the latest tweaks? https://github.com/hrydgard/ppsspp/issues/7479#issuecomment-152888850

    Did you get it working? and if so, how well?

    http://www.th3rdwave.com/tracks/
    ^^ my other hobby

    #109018

    petrockblog
    Keymaster

    The post you have linked to is not “tweaks”, but a comparison of supported gles calls etc. For debugging.

    #109019

    labelwhore
    Participant

    Either way, how’s this running in a Pi2? Is it pretty smooth?

    There seemed to have been a lot of issues when i started watching that thread i linked to.

    http://www.th3rdwave.com/tracks/
    ^^ my other hobby

    #109023

    ronoh55
    Participant

    Rookervik says everything he’s tried works wonderfully.
    Personally I’ve not had such good luck. GTA Vice City Stories ran choppy, but playable. Lego Star Wars II had no video (known issue apparently though). Lumines worked great!

    #109025

    herbfargus
    Member

    Darious burst worked great for me along with harvest moon

    #109081

    bennyp
    Participant

    im upgrading my sd card tomorrow and will be testing lots of psp games,

    I’m going to start a compatibility list, right now it seems most psp minis work great, angry birds and jet pack joyride run great on ppsspp the non libretro version 🙂

    #109103

    efraimsangil
    Participant

    I tried God of War- Ghost of Sparta and run very slow… :-/

    #109166

    robertybob
    Participant

    im upgrading my sd card tomorrow and will be testing lots of psp games,

    I’m going to start a compatibility list

    Please do, I’ve got quite a few games and haven’t had any issues with any of them.

    #109182

    Omnija
    Participant

    I’ve tested soulcalibur destiny, managed frame rates between 20 to 35 during fights and around 60 during menus. Using the keyboard is awful since i’m having controller issues not being assigned properly.

    #109183

    bennyp
    Participant

    thats weird as my controller works fine when in gameplay but i cant use the dpad in the ppsspp settings menu,

    when configuring your controller make sure you also have controls for a keyboard as well, dont overwrite any keyboard controls just click on the plus button to add controller controls on top of your keybaord controls 🙂

    #109188

    Omnija
    Participant

    My problem with the controller is that the emulator thinks my ab yx are directional buttons and the rest of my buttons and d-pad are the buttons.

    Besides that i just achieved 30-50fps playing soulcalibur destiny during fighting. Playing on 40″ inch screen.

    Monster Hunter Unite fluctuates but i noticed that putting a framerate to 1 stabilizes it and it runs smoother even if it says 15fps.

    #109196

    herbfargus
    Member

    Here’s a compatibility list:

    PSP Compatibility List

    #109197

    bennyp
    Participant

    cool thanks herbfargus 🙂

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