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OT: Retro Gaming - Lakka & RetroArch

2019-07-15 by: Andy Burnett
From: Andy Burnett 
Has anyone dug much into the emulation scene using Lakka & RetroArch?  I'm
trying to set up a Gigabyte Brix
(https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Mini-PcBarebone/GB-BXi3-5010-rev-10#ov) that
I'm no longer using as my ultimate retro gaming machine, but I have so many
questions... Anyone here dabbled?

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=============================================================== From: Aaron welch ------------------------------------------------------ I have the AMD version of that box that I would love to turn into a retro gaming machine. -Aaron This was sent from my iPhone, so I apologize for any brevity or spelling errors. Siri also hates the southern accent and autocorrect is on a mission to give me an aneurysm.

=============================================================== From: Wil Wade ------------------------------------------------------ I've used Lakka. It has worked well on an old 32bit laptop I had. What sort of questions you got? On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 12:02 PM Andy Burnett wrote:

=============================================================== From: Andy Burnett ------------------------------------------------------ Hey Will, appreciate you reaching out. I've used RetroPie in the past and configuring launch attributes for games (e.g. resolution, emulator, audio, etc.) was pretty easy using the pre-launch menu presented before a game was loaded. How do you make those same changes in Lakka? It comes with a default configuration for each system that generally works pretty well, but I'd like to do some tweaking. Does that need to be done via CLI or is there a way within the GUI? Also, have you done any Dreamcast emulation? I've been unable to get DC emulation working and I'm not sure why. I'm fairly certain I have the correct bios copied into the /system/dc folder (checked the md5 hash), so I think it's likely to be the ROM format. I downloaded the ROM from vimm.net and the unzipped file has a small .gdi file, three larger track files which l imagine hold the game contents, and a small .cue file. What's the correct format for Reicast? Thanks for the help! Andy -- Sent from: http://chugalug.1100489.n5.nabble.com/

=============================================================== From: Wil Wade ------------------------------------------------------ The config change should all be able to happen in the GUI. There is a config file that it updates that you can double check. Dreamcast I have only tried once (and not on Lakka), but was unable to get it working. :( On Tue, Jul 16, 2019 at 8:48 AM Andy Burnett wrote: