Wondering whats possible.

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  • #85346

    nharka
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    Hello.

    Having a blast setting up the pi with retropie so far. Got the software up and running fine and i’m currently in the process of building an enclosure with buttons, LEDs and a 16*2 lcd.

    Is there a command i can run in python that will return things like:
    1. Currently played game
    2. Currently emulated console
    3. CPU temperature

    4. Oh and is it possible to have an external button connected with GPIO exit out of a game and back into the emulation station?

    5. Finally, more of an Python question: How can i have a program start up on boot up?

    Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated 🙂

    -Nharka

    #85349

    Floob
    Member

    1) I guess you could read the gamelist.xml that shows last played game.

    3) http://cagewebdev.com/index.php/raspberry-pi-showing-some-system-info-with-a-python-script/

    4) http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=54145&p=413297#p413297

    5)

    Scripts

    Auto Running Programs-Command Line

    RetroPie help guides --> https://goo.gl/Yfy8kj
    Please read this before asking for help --> http://goo.gl/eLErnl

    #85350

    nharka
    Participant

    Ohh my it’s Floob! :O

    That’s some great sources you’ve linked, thank you 🙂

    #88089

    jamiem777
    Participant

    Hi Nharka did you have any luck with getting the currently played game to display on your LCD. I am looking to build something similar and I’m trying to work out parsing the xml file on gameslist.xml to get the rom title, I’ve got a few ideas to try when I finish work but if you have managed to succed in this if you wouldnt mind sharing how you did it

    Thanks

    Jamie

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