ROCKNIX for the Odroid Go Advance & Super w/ Linux 6.8.5 & Panfrost

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Re: Jelos for the Odroid Go Advance & Super w/ Linux 6.1 & Panfrost

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Great news! In our latest release we have upgraded to Linux Kernel 6.7.0 for the rk3326 platform!

https://github.com/JustEnoughLinuxOS/di ... n/releases
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Re: ROCKNIX for the Odroid Go Advance & Super w/ Linux 6.8.5 & Panfrost

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Just FYI we have rebranded the project as ROCKNIX. You can find the latest release at the link below:
https://github.com/ROCKNIX/distribution/releases
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Re: ROCKNIX for the Odroid Go Advance & Super w/ Linux 6.8.5 & Panfrost

Post by royger »

Hello!

Thanks for doing this work and bringing ROCKNIX to the Odroid Go Super with an up to date Linux kernel. I've just started using it, and it works really nice from what I've tried so far. However there seems to be on quirk when using the SNES emulator, the d-pad is mapped to some special functions, and the analog stick has to be used instead. Even when accessing Retroarch menus the analog d-pad doesn't work as expect, and navigation has to be done using the analog stick. D-pad however works fine in EmulationStation for moving around.

Is is possible to use the d-pad as expected in SNES, and use some of the bottom grey buttons for the special functions?

Thanks, Roger.

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