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    #121  
    Quote Originally Posted by glorifiedg View Post
    That package only have gnuboy... Sorry! I can't install nes. Don't now why I'm getting 404 error.

    @spectre686 I'll try that thanks


    run "apt-get update" after you mount the image on your pre in debian root
  2. #122  
    I was able to resize mine without any problems.
  3. #123  
    Now I have a problem, because of the interruption when I try to apt-get I get an error sayng that I have to manually run dpkg. How do I fix this? I've tried dpkg bzip2 gcc g++ scons libsdl1.2-dev libsdl1.2debian-esd liblua5.1-dev zlib1g-dev zenity
    but I don't know if this syntax is correct :S
  4. #124  
    I got the NEs emulator up and running. It didn't like the line :fceux --inputcfg gamepad /usr/games/<insert favorite nes.rom>

    It goes to a weird screen I hit orange key and go back to prompt. Then I ran fceux --sound 0 --bpp 8 --frameskip 2 /usr/games/<insert favorite nes.rom>

    and the keys were set to keys on the pre already?
    So I played Super Marior bros a little bit . It is quite slow with the Scaled =320x480 option.

    I don't know what that first command is actually supposed to do.? Anyone know?
  5. #125  
    Quote Originally Posted by glorifiedg View Post
    Now I have a problem, because of the interruption when I try to apt-get I get an error sayng that I have to manually run dpkg. How do I fix this? I've tried dpkg bzip2 gcc g++ scons libsdl1.2-dev libsdl1.2debian-esd liblua5.1-dev zlib1g-dev zenity
    but I don't know if this syntax is correct :S
    I had that once. I'm pretty sure what you have to type in is:

    dpkg --configure -a

    I'm not sure what that does but the Error message tells you to use that command to fix it. LOL. I'm fairly new to Linux so I'm not up on all the commands.
  6. #126  
    It keeps saying that I don't have enough space but I've resized the debiansmall.img to 600M

    I think i've made it.

    Edit: False alarm... Still getting the same.
  7. #127  
    Quote Originally Posted by glorifiedg View Post
    It keeps saying that I don't have enough space but I've resized the debiansmall.img to 600M
    I resized mine to 1000M just to make sure and haven't run out of space yet.
  8. #128  
    Quote Originally Posted by dudestatus View Post
    might be a permissions error. your error is probably related to that last bit of output you're getting: "cannot create /home/root: File exists" Try changing those permissions with or doing something along those lines. gnuboy might be trying to create save game data around that area, and can't for some reason. either that or your script isn't the one from the wiki, and is trying to do some weird stuff.
    Apparently, somehow /home/root got created as a file with a single D as the permissions (so it should have been a directory but was as a file, I don't know how). I removed it and recreated it as a directory with correct permissions and everything works now. Thanks!
    Arthur Thornton

    Former webOS DevRel Engineer at Palm, HP, and LG
    Former webOS app developer (built Voice Memos, Sparrow, and several homebrew apps and patches)
    Former blogger for webOS Nation and webOS Roundup
  9. #129  
    Quote Originally Posted by Aerials View Post
    From the official FAQ:

    -------------------------------
    How can I make it run faster?
    Try the following in order to improve emulation speed:

    * increase frame skip
    * increase the emulator priority
    * use a lower sound quality
    * don't user filters
    * use 1x mode or full screen mode
    * disable SFX
    * enable the Use Video Memory setting
    * try the SDL version
    -------------------------------

    Hope to get my Pre soon, then I might be able to help a bit.

    Edit:

    Found out you can use the SDL Configurator to view the key codes and then "create a VisualBoyAdvance.cfg file in your user directory".
    The SDL Configurator you can find at:
    vba.ngemu.com/downloads.shtml
    (sorry, not yet able to post hyperlinks)
    The source of my information and an example of the cfg file are at:
    mandrivausers.org/index.php?/topic/8836-configuring-visual-boy-advance/

    Edit:

    There exists a configuration utility for VisualBoyAdvance:
    vbaexpress.tuxfamily.org/english.php
    I will give some of these a shot. I already decreased the size to 1x and got rid of sounds, and my game no longer freezes but its still unplayable... Ill keep messin with it

    Oh, and i got the keys working... inthe .cfg it references a library file and if you google that file, its easy to setup the key config.
    Last edited by Tag234; 12/04/2009 at 02:18 PM.
  10. #130  
    Quote Originally Posted by spectre686 View Post
    I resized mine to 1000M just to make sure and haven't run out of space yet.
    Did that but im getting the same error
  11. #131  
    it is saying i dont have enough space in /var/cache/apt/archives/ What is this directory for and can i delete it somehow or erase whats in it?

    THIS IS WHATS IN FOLDER:
    adduser_3.110_all.deb
    apt-utils_0.7.20.2_armel.deb
    apt_0.7.20.2_armel.deb
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  12. #132  
    Quote Originally Posted by glorifiedg View Post
    Did that but im getting the same error
    Does the df command work on the pre? My battery died so I can't test it. .It should show you all mounted drives/imgs and give you their available size. Just to make sure that it is properly at 1000M
  13. #133  
    I think is not possible to df an image...
  14. #134  
    Quote Originally Posted by glorifiedg View Post
    I think is not possible to df an image...
    I tested df in a linux distro and df will show mounted images.
    You would run it outside of the Debian Chroot.
    I mounted the debian image to a directory and it showed me the file size of the total size and the available size.
  15. #135  
    =======================| DirectFB 1.0.1 |=======================
    (c) 2001-2007 The DirectFB Organization (directfb.org)
    (c) 2000-2004 Convergence (integrated media) GmbH
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    (*) DirectFB/Core: Single Application Core. (2008-08-18 13:04)
    (*) Direct/Thread: Running 'Linux Input' (INPUT, 2009)...
    (*) DirectFB/Input: headset (1) 0.1 (directfb.org)
    (*) Direct/Thread: Running 'Linux Input' (INPUT, 2010)...
    (*) DirectFB/Input: gpio-keys (2) 0.1 (directfb.org)
    (*) Direct/Thread: Running 'Linux Input' (INPUT, 2011)...
    (*) DirectFB/Input: maxim_keypad (3) 0.1 (directfb.org)
    (*) Direct/Thread: Running 'Linux Input' (INPUT, 2012)...
    (*) DirectFB/Input: hsdl9100_proximity (4) 0.1 (directfb.org)
    (*) Direct/Thread: Running 'Linux Input' (INPUT, 2013)...
    (*) DirectFB/Input: temt6200_light (5) 0.1 (directfb.org)
    (*) Direct/Thread: Running 'Linux Input' (INPUT, 2014)...
    (*) DirectFB/Input: kxsd9_accelerometer (6) 0.1 (directfb.org)
    (*) DirectFB/Graphics: Generic Software Rasterizer 0.6 (directfb.org)
    (*) DirectFB/Core/WM: Default 0.3 (directfb.org)
    SDL DirectFB_SetVideoMode: 320x480@16, flags: 0x90000001
    cannot open rom file: alien.GB
    (!!!) *** WARNING [Application exited without deinitialization of DirectFB!] *
    ** [../../../src/core/core.c:813 in dfb_core_deinit_check()]
    (!!!) *** WARNING [still objects in 'Layer Region Pool'] *** [../../../lib/fus
    ion/object.c:231 in fusion_object_pool_destroy()]
    (!!!) *** WARNING [still objects in 'Layer Context Pool'] *** [../../../lib/**
    sion/object.c:231 in fusion_object_pool_destroy()]
    (!!!) *** WARNING [still objects in 'Surface Pool'] *** [../../../lib/fusion/o
    bject.c:231 in fusion_object_pool_destroy()]
    (!) [ 2007: 0.000] --> Caught signal 11 (at 0x8, invalid address) <--
    Signal 6
  16. #136  
    Because one of my posts is being moderated (probably because I tried to post a few links), I'll retry:

    There is an emulator Mednafen that apparently works much faster on a Linux system and emulates a lót more (Atari Lynx, GameBoy (Color), GameBoy Advance, NES, PC Engine(TurboGrafx 16), SuperGrafx, Neo Geo Pocket (Color), PC-FX, and WonderSwan (Color)). Half of these I've never even heard of...

    It's based on the same open source code as VisualBoyAdvance, but with the right settings it should (could) work a lot better.
    (Read this on a number of sites, o.a. ubuntuforums.org showthread.php?t=645925)

    Is anyone able to perhaps try this one out?

    A sample config file if necessary can be found here:
    fileden.com /files /2007 /2/23/813212/ mednafen.cfg
  17. #137  
    I was having a lot of problems getting roms to load and then i started renaming them and erasing all spaces and symbols now they are working perfectly



    *****scratch perfectly my colors are definitely off. So how can i make sure i edited the config file right because I'm pretty sure that's my problem. **********
    Last edited by jmyadagod; 12/04/2009 at 06:33 PM.
  18. #138  
    Quote Originally Posted by Aerials View Post
    Because one of my posts is being moderated (probably because I tried to post a few links), I'll retry:

    There is an emulator Mednafen that apparently works much faster on a Linux system and emulates a lót more (Atari Lynx, GameBoy (Color), GameBoy Advance, NES, PC Engine(TurboGrafx 16), SuperGrafx, Neo Geo Pocket (Color), PC-FX, and WonderSwan (Color)). Half of these I've never even heard of...

    It's based on the same open source code as VisualBoyAdvance, but with the right settings it should (could) work a lot better.
    (Read this on a number of sites, o.a. ubuntuforums.org showthread.php?t=645925)

    Is anyone able to perhaps try this one out?

    A sample config file if necessary can be found here:
    fileden.com /files /2007 /2/23/813212/ mednafen.cfg
    And it seems that it have an SDL and runs on ARM too. This is important right? Sorry if I'm saying something nonsense.
  19. #139  
    Yes, it should support DirectFB and the SDL driver. I'm pretty sure it can run on ARM, but not sure if it will have to be rebuild or if you can just use the repositories to install...

    Also: "PC Engine CD emulation in Mednafen 0.8.0 is significantly more CPU intensive than previous versions; if 0.8.0 or newer is too slow, try an older version."
    mednafen.sourceforge.net /releases/
    You can also find the repository info there.
  20. #140  
    Quote Originally Posted by glorifiedg View Post
    @dudestatus Do you know whats wrong with the nes emulation instructions on webosinternals? im getting a 404 error when i type de apt-get install... ?
    when I installed the nes emu, I'm pretty sure I did not use apt-get, and instead downloaded the FCEUX source from the webiste with wget in debian, extracted, and then compiled in debian. Thanks for pointing this out. I'll add a line in the wiki for the correct wget command to download the source.

    EDIT: misunerstood. realize now that the 404 is because the source is no longer hosted on the site. it is on sourceforge instead. you can still at least for now download from wget (i'll put up a link). Downloading from sourceforge and transferring the file over works as well.
    Last edited by dudestatus; 12/05/2009 at 03:52 PM.
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