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lr-gpsp not (only partially) working
#11
I did a bit more digging and went down a bit of a rabbit hole.

There's a file called /opt/retropie/libretrocores/lr-gpsp/game_config.txt
It should be located at /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gba/game_config.txt, because that's where lr-gpsp will look for it.

It ONLY gets used if there ISN'T a compiled-in entry for the game you're loading.  In the code snippet, load_game_config_over tries to find the compiled-in entry and load_game_config reads from the game_config.txt file.
Code:
   if ((load_game_config_over(gamepak_title, gamepak_code, gamepak_maker)) == -1)
      load_game_config(gamepak_title, gamepak_code, gamepak_maker);

Well, I edited gpsp_libretro.so so that it didn't include an entry for the file I was having problems loading.  Then it loaded /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/gba/game_config.txt, but it still crashes in the same way.  I guess that means that game_config.txt isn't the problem (or maybe that the settings in it aren't correct).

Here is the output leading up to the crash.
Code:
[INFO] [Joypad]: Found joypad driver: "udev".
[WARN] [udev]: Full-screen pointer won't be available.
[INFO] ALSA: Using signed 16-bit format.
[INFO] ALSA: Period size: 384 frames
[INFO] ALSA: Buffer size: 1536 frames
[INFO] Loading history file: [/opt/retropie/configs/gba/content_history.lpl].
[INFO] Loading history file: [/opt/retropie/configs/gba/content_favorites.lpl].
[INFO] Loading history file: [/opt/retropie/configs/gba/content_music_history.lpl].
[INFO] Loading history file: [/opt/retropie/configs/gba/content_image_history.lpl].
Segmentation fault
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#12
(02-03-2018, 02:51 AM)jakejm79 Wrote: I think its just an issue of rom compatibility (or lack of) and lr-GPsp. Try a known working one like Super Mario Kart Advance or something.

The rom isn't incompatible. I can load it by launching through retroarch (as I described in my posts before).
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#13
My point was that if another (known working) game loads then it appears to an issue with the emulator/front end/rom and not specific to the FPZ and therefor the thread belongs in the relevant forums for those and not here. If you are having issue loading a ROM that would otherwise load and run fine on a generic Retropie build and for some reason just fails on the FPZ then it would belong here.
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