Subject: Super PAC-MAN
Subject: I like the colours...
Subject: More CPS2 Beta games from Jotego
Subject: Cave graphical issues... does anyone know how to fix?
Subject: A Useful MiSTer Manual Being Updated For All Cores
Subject: Cps2 looking good on MiSTer. No Idea how AVP Arcade missed me when I was a kid... would have lost my mind if I knew this was a thing back then..
Subject: scrolling issue on a 1600 x1200 lcd
Subject: GBA, holy smokes this core is awesome...never played the handheld. Looks awesome on CRT & LCD
Subject: Made a quick tutorial for the GB/GBC Borders.
Subject: Where to buy a kit?
Subject: Getting an Edimax EW-7811UN *v2* WiFi dongle to work with MisterFPGA
I just went through this painful process myself, so I wanted to both share that the dongle mentioned in the title is compatible with MisterFPGA (as is the case with v1, but that one works right out of the box) and how to get it to work.
Note 1: The below instructions require you to connect your MisterFPGA to a LAN you can access with your computer and to have SSH access enabled on your MisterFPGA, since the instructions given by the creator of the repo mentioned below don't seem to work without it. It mentions that doing this by mounting the SD card should work too, but it didn't for me.
Note 2: Using an FTP client, as described in the instructions, gave me issues (i.e. for some reason it didn't allow me to upload the required file through the UI), so I used SSH instead.
Note 3: The instructions below were written for a Mac, but it should work on a Windows PC too, using PuTtY for example.
- Go to this GIT repo and download the .ko file mentioned there;
- SSH into your MisterFPGA (make sure this feature is enabled by running the pre-installed "SSH_ON" script through the OSD of your mister);
- Copy the .ko you just downloaded into the "/lib/modules/4.19.0-socfpga-r1/" folder;(on mac*, open a terminal and type "scp /[path to folder that contains the .ko file]/8188eu.ko root@[ip of your mister]:/lib/modules/4.19.0-socfpga-r1/", changing the placeholder data to match your own setup);*
- Follow the last installation step described in the repo.
Don't forget to follow the standard steps to setup your Wifi connection as described here.
Edit: for those interested in buying one of these, I got mine here for less than 9€ shipped.
Subject: How to install JCHOISE.EXE and setup Gamepad in AO486
I am running total DOS and tried my first game MK. I setup the gamepade inputs on the OSD but the core wont respond to any gamepad inputs only OSD is working and the keyboard.
Do i have to install JCHOISE and how?
Do i have to setup the Gamepad in the Game itself oder in the core?
Subject: HDMI signal crashes