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Discussion in 'Switch - Hacking & Homebrew' started by yardie, Nov 19, 2017.
Sorry can't help you if you're gonna be that vague
evalfile usefulscripts/SetupNew.js before runnro ./nros/ace.nro
Pegaswitch give an ip, I seting up my connection on my switch and the dns resolution fail
When I use my linux partition pegaswitch give me 192.168.1.19 and with your img it give 192.168.1.36, I try to use pegaswitch --ip 192.168.1.19 but nothing too
Use the IP pegaswitch gives you
Set the primary dns in your switch to the pegaswitch IP address
I said that don't work for me
I did it and THen I use --ip
both don't work
Post pics of your swtich dns settings and your pegaswitch
i managed to get something done. i got the server all good, it connects just fine to pegaswitch.
when i run ace.nro, it disconnects, then i run the ncat command and my switch just freezes. any ideas on whats going on?
You should run the ncat command before running the nro
Are you following the steps in order or just doing it the way you want?
think i discovered why...i was using my VM ip instead of my switch ip when running the 2nd ncat command (and yes i followed the commands in order...there are 2 ncat commands. mine was failing on the 2nd one)
keep crashing though when it attempts to send the NRO. is there a maximum size? mine is like 23MB
I got Retroarch to load once, then it crashed. But now every time I try to load something, my switch crashes with the 2168-0002 error. Anyone getting this issue?
I would run the script to rebuild everything from scratch
I will try that. Thanks
error 2168-0002 every time i try to run retroarch
guess i need to wait for cold boot haxx this is too much work and not consistent enough to run just yet.
Are you sure you're allowed to distribute an image with the Super Mario World ROM in it?!
What are you talking about? There's no rom in the image. You have to add your own roms
Well, to tell the truth, it was rom, when I downloaded it too, but I didn't make a tragedy of it. Yes there is a rom of a game that was published in 1992, so what?)
If there's a rom in it, it was left by accident. I doubt it's a big deal either way
When you released it, I'm sure you deleted the Rom, but you have to delete the squashfs file that was generated when you built retroarch. Otherwise each build will continue to have the Rom.
There's a Super Mario World ROM in the RetroArch/fs folder, and the prebuilt RetroArch NRO has 3 games (ALttP, SMW & DKC iirc)
Hi all this is my error, what happen?