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Retroarch in Armbian


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Hello,

 

I installed Retroarch from the repos, tried to install a "core" from the Retroarch updater but no cores were available. I searched about that if the installed version is too old no cores will be available, so I added the Retroarch ppa and installed the newest version, but got the same problem.

 

Does Retroarch work under Armbian? Do I need to manually install "core" binaries? If so, where can I get them?

 

Thanks.

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What image are you using? There are many ways to install this. I'd advice to start with a fresh, current jammy and build retroarch yourself.

https://docs.libretro.com/development/retroarch/compilation/ubuntu/
 

The problem is that RetroArch doesn't provide arm64 cores.

 

There are gaming images for arm64 boards that include these cores. Good luck.

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I'm using the latest Ubuntu-based Armbian stable for Nanopi M4v2.

 

Thanks for the answer, I'll try to build the cores from source.

 

From what I understand, the current kernel does have 3D HW acceleration for Mali-T860, right?

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