@Osvaldo Por favor, si vas a publicar en el área internacional, habla en inglés. Moví el tema al área más coherente (ya que estás hablando en español).
Los mandos Xbox 360 deberían funcionar, al menos con cable.
¿Cuál es tu hardware?
¿Cuál es su versión de Recalbox (diga la versión, no diga "la última")?
¿Construyó su Recalbox usted mismo, o descargó una imagen lista para usar de Internet, o lo compró todo listo?
@macu Think of a "core" as an emulator, for instance there are many emulators for SNES: Snes9x, higan, etc... Each one is a core.
Then there are libretro adapted cores (the ones that use the retroarch environment) and standalone cores (with their own environment, configs, etc). Recalbox uses libretro and standalone cores, sometimes you can choose between them as is the N64 case. Sometimes not (Dosbox for instance). The devs choose cores availability depending on the system (Raspi, PC, etc), they do so with performance un mind. N64 emulation is tricky, especially in lower end machines like Raspberry Pi, so its a matter of trial and error which core is better for a game.
Hi. Im in the same boat as you, I have a great recalbox distro but I need the picadehat x to get installed, how exactly did you do it as the recalbox command line is very restrictive. I even copied over the install files and tried to run but it wont let me, and in logged in as root. Any info would be great ,thanks.
As I posted otherwhere, you need no script for this. As USB are powered up by PI when system starts (all systems) and powered down at shutdown, with the PI always under power. So you just need to connect the relay at an USB power line, by cable or breakout adapter, as you want.