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Hey guys is Batocera working on OGS (super)?

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bmwaudiomw wrote:
Fri Feb 05, 2021 10:38 pm
Hey guys is Batocera working on OGS (super)?
Betting it is, because the latest build off https://batocera.org/upgrades/odroidgoa/beta/last/ includes the device tree blob '/boot/boot/rk3326-odroidgo3-linux.dtb' (along with rk3326-odroidgo2-linux.dtb (original OGA) and rk3326-odroidgo3-linux-v11.dtb (OGA v1.1)...and rk3326-rg351p-linux.dtb for the clone device)
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I'm using on my super and its absolutely amazing. Batocera is killing it with their great work I think
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Hoe can i update the firmware?i have odroid go super, but the image i downloaded is for the avances,how can i get it works

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I tried the Batocera image here:

https://mirrors.o2switch.fr/batocera/od ... st/images/

It works, but I don't really recommend it because it has spotty Wifi dongle support. I guess that if you just copy all your content directly to the SD card and never plan to SSH into the OGS, it will serve you well. However, I do all my content upload and management via SSH and that made the spotty Wifi dongle support a big deal breaker for me.

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So I just did an update on my OGS and I think it downloaded a version 2021/02/10 10:59
On booting to emulationstation I am just getting a blank screen.
But it is working - I can press a few buttons and get it to load a game.
I am able to SSH to the OGS.

I re-tried updating manually from the terminal but same thing - boots and blank screen instead of emulationstation.

I was looking at how to do manual downgrade but couldnt find the url/files...

Anyone able to help please? Either for me to downgrade or to fix the blank screen?

Obvious warning to others who are thinking of updating too...

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neil.aubin wrote:So I just did an update on my OGS and I think it downloaded a version 2021/02/10 10:59
On booting to emulationstation I am just getting a blank screen.
But it is working - I can press a few buttons and get it to load a game.
I am able to SSH to the OGS.

I re-tried updating manually from the terminal but same thing - boots and blank screen instead of emulationstation.

I was looking at how to do manual downgrade but couldnt find the url/files...

Anyone able to help please? Either for me to downgrade or to fix the blank screen?

Obvious warning to others who are thinking of updating too...
Ok latest update available 2021/02/12 seems to have restored it and working again.


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Anyone got a Edimax EW-7611ULB to work with batocera on the OGS? The Bluetooth part seems to work but I can't get the wifi part to work.

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I am wondering whats the broad experience with PSP emulation.
Been installing batocera and trying it with Lumines. I find it running less smooth then with the stock image or Recalbox. Any way to tweak this that I was missing?

Edit: Been trying the latest stable as well as been updating to latest beta. No improvement there...

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Batocera 30 stable has been released !
Including OGS support of course.

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I tried it yesterday but the WiFi adapter still doesn't work.
Atomiswave arcade doesn't work again.
The analog stick in MAME does not work as a control stick, but starts the emulator settings. I can't find where to set it up.

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Can anyone point me to the list of compatible wifi dongles for Batocera 30 on the OGS. I have the TP-link AC600 Mini and it doesn't even register when I turn the system on.

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I recommend the official one from Odroid. I had trouble with other dongles on some images.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07P68CD9B

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LTronic wrote:
Mon Mar 08, 2021 7:39 pm
Batocera 30 stable has been released !
Including OGS support of course.
At the moment I didn't find any updates on the OGS (beta and stable channel). :(

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Byrneaar wrote:
Fri Mar 12, 2021 9:47 pm
Can anyone point me to the list of compatible wifi dongles for Batocera 30 on the OGS. I have the TP-link AC600 Mini and it doesn't even register when I turn the system on.
EDIT: I misread your post! This patch is for TP-Link Archer T2U nano not mini! I'm leaving the patch here anyways...

I had the same problem, seems the wifi driver is missing the vid:pid for this dongle, I added it and recompiled the module now it works.
Here's the patch i made, maybe it gets added...
linux-rtl8812au.patch

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diff --git a/drivers/net/wireless/rtl8812au/os_dep/linux/usb_intf.c b/drivers/net/wireless/rtl8812au/os_dep/linux/usb_intf.c
index 28164d2dadee..0f14c144d1f7 100644
--- a/drivers/net/wireless/rtl8812au/os_dep/linux/usb_intf.c
+++ b/drivers/net/wireless/rtl8812au/os_dep/linux/usb_intf.c
@@ -328,6 +328,14 @@ static struct usb_device_id rtw_usb_id_tbl[] = {
        {USB_DEVICE(0x0411, 0x029B),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* BUFFALO - WI-U2-433DHP */
        {USB_DEVICE(0x056E, 0x4007),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* ELECOM - WDC-433DU2H */
        {USB_DEVICE(0x0BDA, 0xA811),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Comfast - CF-915AC, CF-916AC */
+  {USB_DEVICE(0x2019, 0xAB32),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Planex - GW-450S */
+  {USB_DEVICE(0x0846, 0x9052),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Netgear - A6100 */
+  {USB_DEVICE(0x0411, 0x029B),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Buffalo - WI-U2-433DHP */
+  {USB_DEVICE(0x056E, 0x4007),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Elecom - WDC-433DU2HBK */
+  {USB_DEVICE(0x0BDA, 0xA811),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* GMYLE - AC450 */
+  {USB_DEVICE(0x3823, 0x6249),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Obihai - OBiWiFi */
+  {USB_DEVICE(0x2357, 0x011e),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* T2u */
+  {USB_DEVICE(0x2357, 0x011f),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* TP-Link Archer T2U AC600 */
 #endif

 #ifdef CONFIG_RTL8192E
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Maybe anyone can help me with my issue.

I'm quite new to batocera on OGS so there's a lot to learn...
I compiled mpv on batocera buildroot and it runs and plays videos just fine when run from shell with --fs option, however i can't get it to display anything when run from emulationstation...
I'm just getting a black screen and hear the audio from the video...

I created a folder /userdata/roms/video and added the following to es_systems.cfg

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  <system>
       <fullname>Videos</fullname>
        <name>Video</name>
        <manufacturer>Ports</manufacturer>
        <release>None</release>
        <hardware>Video</hardware>
        <path>/userdata/roms/video</path>
        <extension>.avi .mp4 .mkv .mov .wmv</extension>
        <command>/usr/bin/mpv --vo=sdl --fs --ontop %ROM%</command>
        <platform>video</platform>
        <theme>video</theme>
        <group>video</group>
        <emulators>
            <emulator name="mpv">
                <cores>
                    <core default="true">mpv</core>
                </cores>
            </emulator>
        </emulators>
  </system>

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Offtopic: Hey! Are you the same recliq of wdlxtv fame? I hadn't noticed you around till now... You're the one who recommended Odroids to me! Thanks! Nice seeing you again...

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mad_ady wrote:
Thu Mar 18, 2021 2:39 am
Offtopic: Hey! Are you the same recliq of wdlxtv fame? I hadn't noticed you around till now... You're the one who recommended Odroids to me! Thanks! Nice seeing you again...
Sure I am! :lol:
greeting mad_ady! been away from this forum for a while but just got my ogs and started playing around with it...

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Is it possible to disable the volume hotkey settings ?

I can't find a way...

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Franck313 wrote:
Sun Mar 28, 2021 9:38 pm
Is it possible to disable the volume hotkey settings ?

I can't find a way...
Edit /etc/triggerhappy/triggers.d/multimedia_keys_Hardkernel_ODROID_GO3.conf and comment the volume commands:

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#KEY_VOLUMEUP   1               /usr/bin/amixer set Playback 2%+
#KEY_VOLUMEDOWN 1               /usr/bin/amixer set Playback 2%-
to activate the new config do killall -HUP thd to make the config change permanent and survive reboots do batocera-save-overlay

PS: This is for OGS, I'm not sure for OGA... I don't have one to test.
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OGA doesn't have hardware volume keys.

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mad_ady wrote:OGA doesn't have hardware volume keys.
But it does have the 6 hardware buttons which can be mapped.

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Post by Franck313 »

Thanks for yours answers.

In fact, it's very easy. You need to turn off multimedia buttons :)

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After new update, the wifi it seems to stopped working. I tried with two differents wifi adapter working previously and after update not working. Any way to fix that?

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Hagui wrote:
Wed Mar 31, 2021 7:08 pm
After new update, the wifi it seems to stopped working. I tried with two differents wifi adapter working previously and after update not working. Any way to fix that?
Happened to me as well... I rolled back to the previous version and was fine...

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How to rollback to previos version?

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Hagui wrote:
Thu Apr 01, 2021 7:34 pm
How to rollback to previos version?
Extract from the file named "batocera" from batocera-odroidgoa-30-20210302.img (use 7zip).
It's in the "0.fat partition" in the boot folder and It's about 800mg.

Copy it to the update folder on your SD. I'm not sure which partition it's on. I use Linux so both were accessible.
Then just reboot your OGA.

It mumbled something about resizing partitions and I thought I might have lost my data, however all was good.
I just input my Wifi config again and rebooted and Wifi was working again.
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It works. Thanks very much.
I hope the batocera team fix this issue so we can update the system without wifi issues
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Anyone got any tips on how to make Dreamcast games play a little better?
I find that it almost plays them, but with plenty of stutters and lag...

What are the best Libretro/Flycast settings?

Also I can't seem to get the Flycast only core working... I was hoping that it might have better performance - What do I need to do to get it running?

Thanks :-)

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I tried the version 30 image on a Super with a 512GB Samsung micro SD card and it gets stuck at 75%, while expanding userdata. I've reflashed multiple times and it just doesn't work. I used H2testw to make sure the SD card was really 512GB and yes, it passed.

I tried a beta image (batocera-odroidgoa-30-20210101.img), and that one works, but my WiFi dongle doesn't work on that image. I was hoping the official version of 30 would have fixed that issue, but I can't even load it to verify that.

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Tested Batocera with my OGS and I have to say amazing! With the usual caveats.

Only problem I have is this: The routine of Batocera to turn around and undo all of my settings on its own. For example, if I go into /userdata/system/configs/moonlight/ and nano moonlight.conf and change the framerate to 30 and then run a moonlight game it works but then... it turns around and reverts the settings to default and framerate is back to 60. No matter what I do, whether I edit it from SSH or from a network share. This is the kind of thing that makes Batocera such an aggravating annoyance, when it turns around and overwrites your configuration files but does not give you the capacity to keep them once changed.

I find that the Moonlight in Batocera also is prone to screen tearing. I recompiled Moonlight with TheRa and made sure I used the lengthier SDL video compilation and set my settings to 30fps and it works *perfectly*, with no screen tearing.

On Batocera, I can't even edit gamecontrollerdb.txt without it reverting my settings. PLEASE, please PLEASE, I've been saying this many times over, as much as I love Batocera for the Retroarch work (Playstation and SNES work GREAT on Batocera for example), the constant 'Well, we'll just overwrite your configuration files even though they're in the directories you're supposed to be able to modify in userland' HAS to be the most aggravating part that keeps turning me off Batocera!

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silverthornne wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 5:53 am
I tried the version 30 image on a Super with a 512GB Samsung micro SD card and it gets stuck at 75%, while expanding userdata. I've reflashed multiple times and it just doesn't work. I used H2testw to make sure the SD card was really 512GB and yes, it passed.

I tried a beta image (batocera-odroidgoa-30-20210101.img), and that one works, but my WiFi dongle doesn't work on that image. I was hoping the official version of 30 would have fixed that issue, but I can't even load it to verify that.
There is a new beta https://mirrors.o2switch.fr/batocera/od ... beta/last/. With this version my wifi worked again.
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There is a new beta https://mirrors.o2switch.fr/batocera/od ... beta/last/. With this version my wifi worked again.
Thanks for the link. I'm going to try that version later today!
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Tue Apr 13, 2021 3:07 am
There is a new beta https://mirrors.o2switch.fr/batocera/od ... beta/last/. With this version my wifi worked again.
Thanks for the link. I'm going to try that version later today!
I tried it by changing the update menu in settings to beta... Wifi works fine, however I could'nt use some of the other (faster) cores for the N64.
It loaded, the screen just froze whilst the I could hear the game (and buttons) working.

I didn't test anything else,sSo I reverted to the current stable again.

I might try it again to see how well it does for the Dreamcast.

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geezer500 wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 8:30 pm
silverthornne wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 3:07 am
There is a new beta https://mirrors.o2switch.fr/batocera/od ... beta/last/. With this version my wifi worked again.
Thanks for the link. I'm going to try that version later today!
I tried it by changing the update menu in settings to beta... Wifi works fine, however I could'nt use some of the other (faster) cores for the N64.
It loaded, the screen just froze whilst the I could hear the game (and buttons) working.

I didn't test anything else,sSo I reverted to the current stable again.

I might try it again to see how well it does for the Dreamcast.
This is how the N64 games work for me:

Main Menu - Game Settings - per System advanced Configuration - Nintendo N64 - Emulator - Libretro / Mupen64plus-next
With this emulator it works for me without any problems.
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Karstone wrote:
Wed Apr 14, 2021 8:41 pm

This is how the N64 games work for me:

Main Menu - Game Settings - per System advanced Configuration - Nintendo N64 - Emulator - Libretro / Mupen64plus-next
With this emulator it works for me without any problems.
Thanks Karstone for the pointer.

I can get it to work using the Libretro core however I find that other non-Libretro cores run faster.
Do you have any settings tips for the Libretro core to make it match the speed of the others?

Thanks again :-)

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geezer500 wrote:
Thu Apr 15, 2021 8:57 pm
Karstone wrote:
Wed Apr 14, 2021 8:41 pm

This is how the N64 games work for me:

Main Menu - Game Settings - per System advanced Configuration - Nintendo N64 - Emulator - Libretro / Mupen64plus-next
With this emulator it works for me without any problems.
Thanks Karstone for the pointer.

I can get it to work using the Libretro core however I find that other non-Libretro cores run faster.
Do you have any settings tips for the Libretro core to make it match the speed of the others?

Thanks again :-)
No, unfortunately I can't help you with that. Unfortunately I don't know how that could work.
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Re: batocera.linux

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Karstone wrote:
Sat Apr 17, 2021 1:44 am
No, unfortunately I can't help you with that. Unfortunately I don't know how that could work.
No worries mate :-)

How do you find the Libretro core for N64 games?
I get a a lot lag/slowdown..

Thanks

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