How about including Skyscraper. It's written for linux and combines many game DBs/websites.
@Zing, I wan't mainly arguing but asking, what else I could do. Well, finally I found skyscraper that did the job for me.
Hi, I'd like to adjust
share/system/.kodi/userdata/recalbox.xml to my needs. This file defines the game pad button mapping to Kodi controls. I have 2 questions:
By manually updating
/etc/udev/rules.d/99-joysticks-exotics.rules to https://raw.githubusercontent.com/recalbox/recalbox-buildroot/master/board/recalbox/fsoverlay/etc/udev/rules.d/99-joysticks-exotics.rules I could make it work!
EDIT 1: The only thing that still does not work is the
hotkey. I bindend
select to be the hotkey (because HOME+SOME BUTTONS have a controller internal binding). Any ideas what could be the problem here?
EDIT 2: I just noticed that the
start button of the controller also does not work.
Update: I can make it work using the controller in keyboard mode. But
Strange: The controller does only reconnect if starting it in pairing mode (i.e. HOME+A) but not on normal power up (i.e. only HOME).
Thanks for the hint. The gamepad is already in gamepad mode. But how do I enter the config menu when I disconnect the keyboard? I can disconnect it on the screen that tells me to long press any button on my gamepad. But still the gamepad isn't recognized. Interestingly the home button and the media control buttons on the gamepad (if long pressed) trigger the keyboard config to pop up...
My support archive https://oc.xia.de/index.php/s/9FkMoBAO3mLiyC1
I'm trying to make my
Ipega 9021 bluetooth controller work. But I simply won't. I've seen that support for it has been added with 4.0.0-b4 (I'm running 4.0.2). My Bluetooth dongle is the
CSL - V4.0 USB nano. I can pair the controller with my recalbox. But it won't pair automatically wenn turning the controller off and on again and I can't configure the controller as it's not recognized...
PS: I've seen two other posts in this forum on this, but the didn't help me...
Vllt. liegt das an Mupen? Hast du die ROM mal auf deinem PC mit Mupen standalone getestet?
Wegen Übertaktung: Ich habe hier einen RPi1 B stehen und den auf 1GHz hochgetaktet. Er ist in einem Gehäuse, nicht zusätzlich gekühlt (weder aktiv noch passiv) und 24/7 am laufen. Dennoch wird das Ding selbst im Sommer nicht heißer als 50-60°C. Sollte also keine Probleme machen...
So I will sadly have to stick to the touch/click keyboard.
Hey, hope you understand English. Because I don't speak any French.
Check out SuperRepo. It is a repository containing a huge load of add-ons for Kodi. Also a few netflix add-ons. Check this link on how to install it and use it. Again: you need to speak English (or Dutch)...
@CaffeineFiend: It is actually possible to add the roms directly with the SD card put into your PC but it's not a trivial task. You have to mount the right partition to make it work. Using the browser or the network share in your file browser is the much easier and preferable way to do it.
@CaffeineFiend: Did you put the SD card into your PC and copied the roms there? Because I think that /recalbox/share is a different partition that is being mounted on boot of recalbox. You better copy them via the network if you didn't do so anyway.
I just translated a few sentences in the wiki. I had to notice that it's quite hard to find a translated version of a specific page. Here is an of example what happened to me: I translated a whole page from EN to DE. I wanted to replace the links with DE pages (if existing). But I missed the existence of one page and started to translate it (even though a translation already existed).
If you look a Wikipedia there is a link list in the side bar linking all translated versions of the page you're viewing. I think something like that would be a great feature for such a huge multi-language wiki as recalbox has. Maybe an external wiki could help as the GitHub wiki does not seem to have built-in option for that.
Just an idea.
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