Use the Libretro MSX implementation

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    It’s much easier to use a libretro core for configuration purposes (instead of having seperate emulators).

    With that in mind I wanted to try the libretro MSX core fMSX and it works GREAT!

    All it took to get working was:

    git clone
    cd fmsx-libretro

    once it’s done compiling you can use it the same way you use any of the other libretro cores with one caveat: you need a keyboard but otherwise everything else works.



    I will try to add a install script.



    Added and tested. You can update RetroPie-Setup and try the new experimental menu item.



    I can’t use my hotkeys to get back to the menu. It works for any other emu. Any ideas?



    that’s funny, the only thing that works with me are the hotkeys. I can’t get fmsx to work with controllers, openmsx works though but my hotkeys aren’t.

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