Separate names with a comma.
I haven't read the whole EULA, but I figure the Steam EULA violates some GPL clauses. If that's a case someone who has copyright on RetroArch...
You don't need ghost or anything, you just need a computer and an ubuntu live cd
Connect the drive to the box
Optionally get a second hard drive...
maybe dev1max will make an aarch64 dynarec for yaba sanshiro, then it will be feasible
So, does it crash immediately when you toggle?
Or after restarting?
Is this SVN or the older one? because mine doesn't apply these settings till restart.
Yes I/O is as a whole slow AF on Wii U.
Downloads take a loong time, and reading and writing to the SD is slow (even getting achievement badges is...
well the dynarec is there but I have no idea how to fix it :D
There dynarec is generic PPC so it should work on mac and/or linux.
Not sure what you mean with MiiMaker, I have always used HBL or the forwarder.
This is all beyond my area of expertise...
Still, reading the docs...
jmarsh (the dev behind the dynarec) said:
Meh... crashes right away with the dynarec.
I'll have to ask around because I have no idea on how to fix this myself
Sadly it crashes and...
No idea I just do dosbox and I didn't write the dynarec, I just ported it
Same thing as every other core
online updater :)
backported a PPC dynarec to dosbox-svn.
Not close to my WiiU so I can't test but I hope someone here can.
Please report the breakage here
Building for consoles is:
1. build core
2. copy core to retroarch dist-scripts dir
3. run script to build retroarch
That said I don't want to imagine the buildtime :P, the buildbot takes roughly 1 hour per commit to build wiiu due to elf2rpl (or...
It would be a single 200+MB binary.
Also assuming that's not a problem, current era MAME requires C++14 IIRC I don't think the homebrew toolchain...
XBONE is x86
Not enough memory
It's annoying but it's easy.
Go to controls, then set device to keyboard + mouse, exit that submenu and enter it again
Now you have on left column...
Tested dosbox-svn, seems to work fine (except for no dynarec OFC)