@phreatic Using a network share (on a NAS for example), you can share the same /recalbox/share accross several Recalbox-es on different boards.
You may also share the same /recalbox/saves, however you might get some issues:
We cannot guarantee the version of an emulator on different boards, even in the same version of Recalbox. So, you may face some compatibility issues
If 2 recalboxes play the same games at the same time, they could overwrite their saves each other
You don't know all the functions of the program apparently.
And it doesn’t allow you to select partitions only .img
The Program lets you select the partition, you're probably just used to using the program's "write" function, where you choose an image and the partition you want to write the image to.
But, it has a "Read" button for backing up a recorded image, where you select the partition you want to back up (read the comments above), and in the path you put where you want to save the backup image.
Search a little more on the internet to find more detailed tutorials, even on youtube you should find something.
How can he make a mistake using win32
Selecting a partition that is unrelated to Recalbox is an example of a mistake.
I know this is old but wanted to give you a big thank you. The hard drive with my PSX files died and I was NOT looking forward to having to rebuild everything. This has saved me about a days work. Nice Job!!
That method requires to Hotkey+B and switch discs in the menu, doesn't it?
I currently use an English FF IX ROM that behaves like the Steam-version
... as if the creator had combined all CDs into one ISO, removed the "insert disc"-screens and then converted it to pbp.
@tdelios I don't think it has anything to do with winzip : you have to detect pairs of files with the same name but not same extension and compress them together, this looks more like an external script to write than anything that winzip is able to do
Also I would use 7zip whic has a lot of command lines options