Oh thanks for the handy list code! I'm not as familiar as I'd like to be with Linux, but we are coming along =D. I already started coding and got some neat feedback. Now, one more question, think I can use the I2C defines on my ADC, right? I am currently using ADC 0804, it's what I could get now on my country... It works somehow, so I guess I can use it... Anyway, after I am done coding this and make it work, can I ask to push this into the recalbox distribution?
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RE: GPIO Based controller (Not the same question again)
GPIO Based controller (Not the same question again)
I know this has been asked and answered 100 times, so I am not here to ask about how to connect buttons to the GPIO ports. Originally I wanted to hook up 2 analog sticks to the pi through the GPIOs, that was quite easy in fact, not much coding involved, (Only a adc + a few lines) but to make it useful to Recalbox or RetroPie I had to make those as inputs, maybe for now I won't worry about analogs. In fact it did work with the mk_arcade_joystick binary, but it was not really useful without some changes. So my question is, can I change or make a GPIO controller based on the mk_arcade_joystick? I think with some changes I could make the analog inputs x and y readable and exclude for good player 2 and use those GPIOs for player one. Tell me if I am missing anything here... EDIT.: Oh, and where could I find a full list of all the BTN_START, BTN_B, BTN_A, etc?
RE: Can't get Arcade controller board to work
Well, nevermind the post. I got it to work on Retropie. And sorry for double posting.
Can't get Arcade controller board to work
Hello everyone! I am having a small problem when trying to connect my árcade buttons controller in the pi, It does not seem to recognize it, whereas on PC it does. First thought is missing drivers, and I am almost sure (Not totally) that there are Linux drivers for this board, and it's been ages since I last work on a Linux machine, my question is, how can I know what happens when I plug my board? What are the commands? grep usb or something I guess? I wanted to know what is happening exactly, and try to solve it. I am using a rpi2 on recalbox v 3.2.11 Thanks in advance!! (If necessary be I may attach a photo of the board)