Tutoriel : Installation de recalbox 8.0.1 et 8.0.2

Table des matières :

  1. configuration de recalbox.
  2. Modification du  fichier config.txt
  3. Modification du fichier recalbox.conf
  4. Installation de BIOS et ROMS.

Recalbox OS est une distribution logicielle gratuite et open source, dédiée au retrogaming, et basée sur une version originale de Linux1.
Programmée à l’origine pour les cartes Raspberry pi, la version 6.1.1 est désormais disponible pour les cartes Odroid et les systèmes PC 32/64 bits.
Depuis la version 4, la distribution émule une cinquantaine de consoles et de systèmes d’exploitation, via piFBA et RetroArch, ainsi qu’EmulationStation23, en tant qu’interface graphique multiplateforme avec navigation par contrôleur. Enfin Raspberry Pi NOOBS sert de système d’installation/recovery.

         Les OS Retropie et batocera sont également compatible avec la gameboyzero.

 

1- configuration de recalbox :

            Ce tutoriel est compatible avec la version recalbox 8.0.1 pour pizero et recalbox8.0.2 pour pizero2

Recalbox est configuré par défaut avec une sortie vidéo HDMI et les contrôles par manette USB.
Vous devez maintenant modifier le fichier config.txt pour avoir une sortie vidéo composite correspondant à l’ écran TFT .
Ainsi que le fichier recalbox.conf pour activer la reconnaissance des commandes du PCB par le GPIO et configurer la sortie vidéo composite des émulateurs

            Utilisez toujours Notepad++ pour modifier vos fichier config.txt et recalbox.conf sur votre PC

            Les fichiers déjà modifiés pour votre gameboyzero sont également disponible ici:

            config.txt et recalbox.conf pour raspberry pi zero

            config.txt et recalbox.conf pour raspberry pi zero2

2-Modification  du fichier config.txt (Valable pour le raspberry pi zero et pi zero2)

La sortie vidéo analogique se modifie dans le  fichier RECALBOX/config.txt

Insérez votre carte sd avec recalbox dans votre PC.
Avec l’explorateur windows sélectionnez la carte SD
éditez le fichier config.txt en utilisant Notepad++

Par défaut , la sortie vidéo est programmée en HDMI
Vous devez modifier le fichier pour avoir une sortie composite NTSC 60htz.

modifiez la ligne:

#hdmi_force_hotplug=1
hdmi_ignore_hotplug=1


Ajoutez ces lignes:    

         Pour empêcher une sortie audio par gpio

audio_pwm_mode=0

            Pour une sortie vidéo analogique 60 htz NTSC

sdtv_mode=0

           Modifiez également cette ligne:

[board-type=0x12]
dtoverlay=vc4-fkms-v3d

Votre fichier doit être comme ceci:

############################################################################
# Boot loader configuration #
# Warning: do not edit this file as it will be overwritten when upgrading! #
############################################################################

# Using /etc/modules is deprecated and no longer supported on 4.4 kernel
# So manually enable audio
dtparam=audio=on

# if you plug your tv at the same time as your rpi and that the rpi switches from the hdmi or
# give a low resolution because tv had no enough time to initialize it
boot_delay=3

# disable boot rainbow
disable_splash=1

# default CEC name
cec_osd_name=recalbox

avoid_safe_mode=1

kernel=boot/linux
initramfs boot/initrd.gz

# force hdmi while the tv can take time before sending the signal on the hdmi output
#hdmi_force_hotplug=1
hdmi_ignore_hotplug=1
sdtv_mode=0
audio_pwm_mode=0

# total amount of GPU memory
gpu_mem_256=128
gpu_mem_512=128
gpu_mem_1024=448

# your settings can be set in /boot/recalbox-user-config.txt
include recalbox-user-config.txt

# overclocking settings are automatically managed in this file
# do not remove this line, nor edit the file
include recalbox-oc-config.txt

# Raise the first security limit up to 70° instead of 60° for pi3 and pi4
[pi3]
temp_soft_limit=70
dtoverlay=vc4-kms-v3d
include recalbox-crt-config.txt

[pi4]
temp_soft_limit=70
dtoverlay=vc4-kms-v3d
include recalbox-crt-config.txt

# disable 4k resolution
hdmi_pixel_freq_limit:0=200000000
hdmi_pixel_freq_limit:1=200000000

[board-type=0x12]
dtoverlay=vc4-fkms-v3d

# custom config
overscan_left=-15
overscan_right=-20
overscan_top=-20
overscan_bottom=-45

 Placez ensuite votre carte sd dans votre raspberry pi afin de lancer l’installation de recalbox.
             une fois l’installation terminée, vous pouvez maintenant accéder au fichier recalbox.conf pour le modifier.
            Profitez en pour connecter votre gameboyzero au réseau wifi.

Configuration du wifi:

Lancer recalbox
ouvrez menu principal (bouton start sur le menu emulation station).
puis options réseau
activez le wifi.
cherchez votre SSID (nom de votre box internet) et renseignez votre clé wifi
valider et vérifier le statut de la connexion.

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3-Modification du fichier recalbox.conf

Le dossier se trouve dans SHARE/RECALBOX/SYSTEM/recalbox.conf . Plusieurs méthodes sont possibles pour y accéder:

           –  Directement depuis votre PC en affichant le dossier SHARE (Le plus simple): Tuto youtube recalbox accéder à la partition share
           – En connectant directement votre gameboyzero à votre PC en wifi: winSCP, recalbox manager, explorateur widows réseau)

Modification du fichier recalbox.conf :

             activation des contrôles par GPIO:

# ------------ D2 - GPIO Controllers ------------ #
## GPIO Controllers
## enable controllers on GPIO with mk_arcarde_joystick_rpi (0,1)
controllers.gpio.enabled=1

activation de la sortie vidéo des émulateurs:

## Set game resolution for emulators
## select your mode from the command : tvservice -m [MODE]
## CEA 5 HDMI : 1920x1080 @ 60Hz 16:9, clock:74MHz interlaced 
## CEA 4 HDMI : 1280x720 @ 60Hz 16:9, clock:74MHz progressive
## use 'default' for using the default resolution
## use 'auto' : switches to CEA 4 HDMI if supported, else keep the current resolution
## (string)
global.videomode=default

       Pour les raspberry pi zero2, activez la sortie video composite pour la nintendo 64:

## N64 emulator is configured to display a screen with a 640x480 resolution (native n64 resolution)
## So you must use one of these video modes (DMT 4 HDMI,CEA 1 HDMI).
## If your screen is not compatible with one of these video modes, please check the recalbox's wiki.
## If you are using a CRT screen, please change the setting above with this one :
n64.videomode=default

 

Fichier complet recalbox.conf pour raspberry pi zero v1.3, w, wh:

# System Variable
# You can configure your recalbox from here
# To set a variable, remove the first ; on the line

# ------------ A - System Options ----------- #
# Uncomment the system.power.switch you use
;system.power.switch=ATX_RASPI_R2_6 # https://lowpowerlab.com/guide/atxraspi/#installation
;system.power.switch=MAUSBERRY # https://www.mausberrycircuits.com/pages/setup
;system.power.switch=REMOTEPIBOARD_2003 # https://www.msldigital.com/pages/support-for-remotepi-board-2013
;system.power.switch=REMOTEPIBOARD_2005 # https://www.msldigital.com/pages/support-for-remotepi-board-plus-2015
;system.power.switch=WITTYPI # https://www.uugear.com/witty-pi-realtime-clock-power-management-for-raspberry-pi
;system.power.switch=PIN56ONOFF # https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/others/add-on-off-button-to-your-recalbox
;system.power.switch=PIN56PUSH # https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/others/add-on-off-button-to-your-recalbox
;system.power.switch=PIN356ONOFFRESET # https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/others/add-on-off-button-to-your-recalbox
;system.power.switch=PIN356PUSHRESET # https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/others/add-on-off-button-to-your-recalbox

## fbcp FrameBuffer Copy Program
## For small TFT screen on GPIO and SPI
## See https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/Utility---Use-of-fbcp-for-small-TFT-screen-%28EN%29 for details
## Needed for Waveshare 3.2" 3.5" TFT screen, 2.8" Adafruit screen
## See https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/video/tft/tft-lcd-on-spi-bus
## for support and configuration details needed by /boot/config.txt
system.fbcp.enabled=0

## Splash screen duration
## 0 : Video will be stopped when emulationstation is ready to start.
## -1 : All the video will be played before emulationstation start (default)
## >0 : Time the video will be played before emulationstation start (in seconds)
system.splash.length=-1
## Splash videos selection
## all: select a boot video in recalbox videos and user videos
## recalbox: select a boot video only in recalbox videos
## custom: select a boot video only in user videos
## Any invalid value means "all"
system.splash.select=all

## Recalbox Manager (http manager)
system.manager.enabled=0
## Currently, only version 2 is available
system.manager.version=2

## Recalbox API (REST)
system.api.enabled=0

## Allow a specific resolution for ES only from the command : tvservice -m [MODE]
## Leave commented for the default usual behaviour
;system.es.videomode=CEA 4 HDMI

## EmulationStation
### menu style
### default -> default all options menu
### none -> no menu except the game search menu
### bartop -> less menu, only needed for bartops
emulationstation.menu=default
### Select a system to show on boot (use rom directory name) (string)
emulationstation.selectedsystem=favorites
### Show the gamelist of the first or selected system on boot (0,1)
emulationstation.bootongamelist=0
### Disable system view. ES will boot and show ONLY the first or selected system (0,1)
emulationstation.hidesystemview=0
### Parse Gamelists only. Show only games listed in gamelist.xml files (0,1)
emulationstation.gamelistonly=0
### Force basicgameList view to be displayed, even if your game systems are scraped (0,1)
emulationstation.forcebasicgamelistview=0
### Filter out adult games
### you may use emulationstation.snes.filteradultgames=1
### to filter out adult games for the snes system or any other system
;emulationstation.filteradultgames=1
### Zipped gamelist preference
### Whatever you choose, emulationstation can read both compressed
### and uncompressed gamelist.xml or gamelist.zip
### However updated gamelist will be saved in your prefered format.
### Zipped format may save load time, especially on slow devices.
### 0 = gamelist.xml
### 1 = gamelist.zip
;emulationstation.zippedgamelist=1

## Arcade metasystem
## Activate the Arcade metasystem to group all games from piFBA, FBN (libretro), MAME and optionally Neogeo
## into a single "Arcade" system.
;emulationstation.arcade=1
## You may want to specify its position in the system list. (Default: 0)
## Negatives values may be used to tart from the end (-1 = last position)
;emulationstation.arcade.position=0
## Include NeoGeo or not (default: 1)
;emulationstation.arcade.includeneogeo=1
## Hide included system or leave them in the system list (default: 1)
;emulationstation.arcade.hideoriginals=1

## Virtual systems
### Activate a virtual system with all games available from all systems
;emulationstation.collection.allgames=1
### Activate a virtual system with all multiplayer games (players >= 2)
;emulationstation.collection.multiplayers=1
### Activate a virtual system with last played games
;emulationstation.collection.lastplayed=1

## Videosnaps
### Delay before videosnaps start, in millisecond. Default: 2s
;emulationstation.videosnaps.delay=2000
### Video loop times. 0 = no video. 1 or more = the video loops x times before fading out
;emulationstation.videosnaps.loop=1
### Enable videosnap sound/music
;emulationstation.videosnaps.sound=1

## Scrapers
### Activate this option to extract region from filename when possible
;scraper.extractregionfromfilename=1
### Select the source of game's names
### 0 = from scrapper result (default)
### 1 = from filename
### 2 = from filename undecorated (i.e: (text) and [text] removed)
;scraper.getnamefrom=0
### ScreenScraper.fr
### Force media region - if not defined, region is taken from system.language. Default: us
;scraper.screenscraper.region=eu
### Force text language - if not defined, region is taken from system.language. Default: en
;scraper.screenscraper.language=fr
### Choose the media to download among:
### screenshot: game screenshot
### title : game title screenshot
### box2d : Front case
### box3d : 3D rendered case
### mixv1 : Recalbox special mix image V1 (default)
### mixv2 : Recalbox special mix image V2
;scraper.screenscraper.media=mixv1
### ScreenScraper account
;scraper.screenscraper.user=
;scraper.screenscraper.password=

## Emulator special keys
## default -> default all special keys
## nomenu -> cannot popup the emulator menu
## none -> no special keys in emulators
system.emulators.specialkeys=default

## Show or hide kodi in emulationstation (0,1)
kodi.enabled=1
## Start kodi at launch (0,1)
kodi.atstartup=0
## set x button shortcut (0,1)
kodi.xbutton=1

## Allow a specific resolution for Kodi only from the command : tvservice -m [MODE]
## By default is using the default resolution of your screen
kodi.videomode=default

## Kodi can wait for a network component before starting
## waithost is the ip or hostname that must answer to a ping to validate the availability
## waittime is the maximum time waited when kodi boots
## if waitmode is required, kodi will not start if the component is not available
## if waitmode is wish, kodi will start if the component is not available
## if waitmode is not set or has another value, kodi will start immediately
;kodi.network.waitmode=required
;kodi.network.waittime=10
;kodi.network.waithost=192.168.0.50

## Hyperion
## Hyperion allows you to use an ambilight like led system on your recalbox
## Use hypercon to create your configuration file, and copy it in /recalbox/share/system/configs/hyperion/hyperion.config.json
hyperion.enabled=0




# ------------ B - Network ------------ #
## Set system hostname
system.hostname=RECALBOX
## Activate wifi (0,1)
wifi.enabled=0
## Set wifi region
## More info here: https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/network/wifi/wifi-country-code
wifi.region=JP
## Wifi SSID (string)
;wifi.ssid=new ssid
## Wifi KEY (string)
## after rebooting the recalbox, the "new key" is replace by a hidden value "enc:xxxxx"
## you can edit the "enc:xxxxx" value to replace by a clear value, it will be updated again at the following reboot
## Escape your special chars (# ; $) with a backslash : $ => \$
;wifi.key=new key

## Wifi - static IP
## if you want a static IP address, you must set all 4 values (ip, netmask, gateway and nameservers)
## if any value is missing or all lines are commented out, it will fall back to the
## default of DHCP. For nameservers, you must set at least 1 nameserver.
;wifi.ip=manual ip address (ex: 192.168.1.2)
;wifi.netmask=network mask (ex: 255.255.255.0)
;wifi.gateway=ip address of gateway (ex: 192.168.1.1)
;wifi.nameservers=ip address of domain name servers, space separated (ex: 192.168.1.1 8.8.8.8)

# secondary wifi (not configurable via the user interface)
;wifi2.ssid=new ssid
;wifi2.key=new key

# third wifi (not configurable via the user interface)
;wifi3.ssid=new ssid
;wifi3.key=new key

## Samba share
system.samba.enabled=1
### Virtual Gamepads
system.virtual-gamepads.enabled=0
### SSH
system.ssh.enabled=1




# ------------ C - Audio ------------ #
## Set the audio device (auto, hdmi, jack)
audio.device=alsa_card.usb-C-Media_Electronics_Inc._USB_PnP_Sound_Device-00:iec958-stereo-output
## Set system volume (0..100)
audio.volume=90
## Enable or disable system sounds in ES (0,1)
audio.bgmusic=1




# -------------- D - Controllers ----------------- #
# Enable support for standard bluetooth controllers
controllers.bluetooth.enabled=1
# Enable ERTM
controllers.bluetooth.ertm=1

## Please enable only one of these
# -------------- D1 - PS3 Controllers ------------ #
##Enable PS3 controllers support
controllers.ps3.enabled=1
## Choose a driver between bluez, official and shanwan
## bluez -> bluez 5 + kernel drivers, support official and shanwan sisaxis
## official -> sixad drivers, support official and gasia sisaxis
## shanwan -> shanwan drivers, support official and shanwan sisaxis
controllers.ps3.driver=bluez

# ------------ D2 - GPIO Controllers ------------ #
## GPIO Controllers
## enable controllers on GPIO with mk_arcarde_joystick_rpi (0,1)
controllers.gpio.enabled=1
## mk_gpio arguments, map=1 for one controller, map=1,2 for 2 (map=1,map=1,2)
controllers.gpio.args=map=1,2
## Custom mk_gpio arguments,
## controllers.gpio.args=map=5 gpio=Y-,Y+,X-,X+,start,select,a,b,tr,y,x,tl,hk for one controller,
## controllers.gpio.args=map=5 gpio=pin1,pin2,pin3,.....,pin12,pin13
## controllers.gpio.args=map=5,6 gpio=Y-,Y+,X-,X+,start,select,a,b,tr,y,x,tl,hk gpio2=Y-,Y+,X-,X+,start,select,a,b,tr,y,x,tl,hk for 2 (map=5,map=5,6)
## controllers.gpio.args=map=5,6 gpio=gpiox,gpioy,gpioz,.....,gpiou,gpiov gpio2=gpiox,gpioy,gpioz,.....,gpiou,gpiov
# where gpiox,gpioy,gpioz ... are NOT pin numbers on the connector, BUT location gpio numbered as in
# https://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Raspberry-Pi-GPIO-Layout-Model-B-Plus-rotated-2700x900.png
## Set pin to -1 to disable it
# controllers.gpio.args=map=5,6 gpio=4,17,27,22,10,9,25,24,23,18,15,14,2 gpio2=11,5,6,13,19,26,21,20,16,12,7,8,3
## MCP configuration : GPIO and MCP can be used together. You can mix them.
## map=0x20,0x21 for 2 mcp23017 on i2c bus
#controllers.gpio.args=map=0x20,0x21,5,6 gpio=4,17,27,22,10,9,25,24,23,18,15,14,-1 gpio2=11,5,6,13,19,26,21,20,16,12,7,8,-1

## Raspberry Pi Hats
## Fan controllers
## supported boards
### Waveshare PoE hat (B)
### Argon Forty / Argon One
### Experimental PI PiBoy DMG
### Raspberry PI PoE+
### Pimoroni fan SHIM
## Enable fan management and oled info screen by setting hat.wpaf.enabled=1
hat.wpaf.enabled=0
## and set the correct board name:
## wspoehatb
## argonforty
## piboy
## rpipoeplus
## fanshim
##example hat.wpaf.board=wspoehatb
;hat.wpaf.board=board_name

# ------------ D3 - Steam Controllers ------------ #
## Enable steam controller service
controllers.steam.enabled=0

## DB9 Controllers
## Enable DB9 drivers for atari, megadrive, amiga controllers (0,1)
controllers.db9.enabled=0
## db9 arguments
controllers.db9.args=map=1

## Gamecon controllers
## Enable gamecon controllers, for nes, snes, psx (0,1)
controllers.gamecon.enabled=0
## gamecon_args
controllers.gamecon.args=map=1

## XGaming's XArcade Tankstik and other compatible devices
controllers.xarcade.enabled=1

# ------------ D4 - Joycon Controllers ------------ #
controllers.joycond.enabled=0

# ------------ E - Language and keyboard ------------ #
## Set the language of the system (fr_FR,en_US,en_GB,de_DE,pt_BR,es_ES,it_IT,eu_ES,tr_TR,zh_CN)
system.language=fr_FR
## set the keyboard layout (fr,en,de,us,es)
system.kblayout=fr
## Set you local time
## Select your timezone from : ls /usr/share/zoneinfo/ (string)
;system.timezone=Europe/Paris




# ------------ F - UPDATES ------------ #
## Automatically check for updates at start (0,1)
updates.enabled=1
# Update type : default to stable
updates.type=stable

# ------------ G - HERE IT IS - GLOBAL EMULATOR CONFIGURATION ------------ #
## The global value will be used for all emulators, except if the value
## is redefined in the emulator

## Set game resolution for emulators
## select your mode from the command : tvservice -m [MODE]
## CEA 5 HDMI : 1920x1080 @ 60Hz 16:9, clock:74MHz interlaced
## CEA 4 HDMI : 1280x720 @ 60Hz 16:9, clock:74MHz progressive
## use 'default' for using the default resolution
## use 'auto' : switches to CEA 4 HDMI if supported, else keep the current resolution
## (string)
global.videomode=default

## Shader set
## Automatically select shaders for all systems
## (none, retro, scanlines)
global.shaderset=none

## Once enabled, your screen will be cropped, and you will have a pixel perfect image (0,1)
global.integerscale=0

## Set gpslp shader for all emulators (prefer shadersets above). Absolute path (string)
global.shaders=

## Set ratio for all emulators (auto,4/3,16/9,16/10,custom)
global.ratio=auto

## Set smooth for all emulators (0,1)
global.smooth=1

## Set rewind for all emulators (0,1)
global.rewind=0

## Set autosave/load savestate for all emulators (0,1)
global.autosave=0

## Enable retroarchievements (0,1)
## Set your www.retroachievements.org username/password
## Escape your special chars (# ; $) with a backslash : $ => \$
global.retroachievements=0
global.retroachievements.hardcore=0
global.retroachievements.username=
global.retroachievements.password=

## Set retroarch input driver (auto, udev, sdl2)
## If you don't have issues with your controllers, let auto
global.inputdriver=auto

## If you do not want recalboxOS to generate the configuration for all emulators (string)
;global.configfile=/path/to/my/configfile.cfg

## Demo screensaver parameters
## Set the system list from which ES will run random games
## Empty list or unexisting key means all available systems
global.demo.systemlist=3do,amigacd32,atari2600,atari5200,atari7800,daphne,fbneo,fds,gamegear,gba,lynx,mame,mastersystem,megadrive,neogeo,nes,ngpc,pcengine,sega32x,sg1000,snes
## Default demo game sessions last 90s. Change this value if you want shorter or longer sessions
;global.demo.duration=90
## Default game info screen duration lasts 6s. Change this value if you want shorter or longer info screens.
;global.demo.infoscreenduration=6

## Retroarch AI Translation service
## Comment out or set to 0 the following key if you don't want the AI service
global.translate=1
## Set the source and the target languages.
## Allowed language list: EN, ES, FR, IT, DE, JP, NL, CS, DA, SV, HR, KO, ZH_CN, ZH_TW, CA, BG, BN, EU, AZ, AR, SQ,
## AF, EO, ET, TL, FI, GL, KA, EL, GU, HT, IW, HI, HU, IS, ID, GA, KN, LA, LV, LT, MK, MS,
## MT, NO, FA, PL, PT, RO, RU, SR, SK, SL, SW, TA, TE, TH, TR, UK, UR, VI, CY, YI
## Setting the translate.from key to a specified language may speed up or give more accurate results
## If translate.to key is commented, the default value is extracted from system.language or, if system.language is
## undefined, set to auto (=EN).
global.translate.from=auto
global.translate.to=auto
## zTranslate API Key
## go to https://ztranslate.net and create an account.
## validate your account, then log in and go to the settings page
## Look for the API Key at the bottom of the page, then uncomment the following key and paste your API Key:
;global.translate.apikey=RECALBOX
## Other translation service
## If you want to use another translation service or a custom API call, use this key to
## specify the url to call. If the key is not empty, it is used instead of zTranslation's API Key
;global.translate.url=




# ------------ H - EMULATORS CHOICES ----------- #
## You can override the global configurations here
## Here is the snes example
;snes.videomode=CEA 4 HDMI
snes.core=pisnes
;snes.shaders=/recalbox/share/shaders/shaders_glsl/mysnesshader.gplsp
;snes.ratio=16/9
;snes.smooth=0
;snes.rewind=1
;snes.autosave=0
snes.emulator=pisnes
;snes.integerscale=0
## If you do not want recalboxOS to generate the configuration for the emulator:
;snes.configfile=/path/to/my/configfile.cfg

## Default cores for RPi1
snes.emulator=pisnes
snes.core=pisnes
;gba.core=gpsp
mame.core=mame2000
nes.core=fceumm
psx.core=pcsx_rearmed
psx.emulator=pcsx_rearmed
ngp.core=race
ngpc.core=race
c64.core=x64
apple2.emulator=gsplus
apple2.core=gsplus

## NeoGeo emulator
## You can use pifba or a libretro core (fba2x,libretro)
neogeo.emulator=fba2x
## If you set libretro as neogeo.emulator, uncomment the line below and set the retroarch core (fbneo, mame2000)
;neogeo.core=fbneo

## Demo screensaver parameters
## Include or exclude a particular system from the demo screensaver
## You may change the global.demo.systemlist key or include/exclude every single system
;snes.demo.include=0
## Set the session duration for a particular system
;snes.demo.duration=90

## Disable Dosbox Pure rewind
dos.rewind=0

# ------------ I - NETPLAY PARAMETERS ----------- #
## All these values are handled by Recalbox itself
global.netplay=1
global.netplay.nickname=
global.netplay.port=55435
global.netplay.relay=
global.netplay.systems=fbneo,mame,mastersystem,megadrive,neogeo,nes,pcengine,sega32x,sg1000,snes,supergrafx,atari2600,pcenginecd,pcfx,fds,tic80,segacd,mrboom,colecovision
global.netplay.lobby=http://lobby.libretro.com/list/




# ------------ J - TFT SECONDARY SCREEN ----------- #
#Second miniTFT screen as marquee to display scrapes and videos
#Enable it with system.secondMiniTFT.enabled=1, disable with system.secondMiniTFT.enabled=0

#this configuration is REQUIRED
system.secondminitft.enabled=0

#Type of mini TFT : OGST, unknown
#Most of spi tft screen are enabled thanks to overlays in /boot/config.txt in rpi and /boot/config.ini on odroidxu4
#please check the specific configuration of your screen
#Some examples are available on the page .....
# values are :
# - overlay : screen configured through overlays in /boot/config.txt or /boot/config.ini (odroidxu4/ogst)
# - default : the rest of the world
#this configuration is REQUIRED if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.type=overlay

#Choose the resolution of your screen
#miniTFT resolution 320x240 -> 240p, 480x320 -> 320p

#this configuration is REQUIRED if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.resolution=240p

#Scraped image aspect on tft screen : fbv display option
# options available : stretch, ignore-aspect, enlarge.
# stretch : Strech (using a simple resizing routine) the image to fit onto screen if necessary
# alpha : use the alpha channel (if applicable)
# ignore-aspect : Ignore the image aspect while resizing
# enlarge : Enlarge the image to fit the whole screen if necessary

# 1 = enabled, 0 = disabled

#this configuration is REQUIRED if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.imagestretchenabled=1
;system.secondminitft.imageenlargeenabled=0
;system.secondminitft.imagealphaenabled=0
;system.secondminitft.imageignoreaspectenabled=1

#When activating the second TFT screen, you may want to display
#game scraped video only on the second screen. This variable
#allows you to disable scraped video playing in ES during game browsing
#system.secondminitft.disablevideoines=1 disable video playing in ES
#system.secondminitft.disablevideoines=0 enable video playing in ES

#this configuration is OPTIONAL if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.disablevideoines=1

#if the backlight of your your screen can be manage by PWM,
#indicates the GPIO value of your PWM control
#WiringPi and its gpio program will be used to control the backlight
#when RB goes in SLEEP mode, and when it wakes up.
#On raspberry pi, PWMs cannot be used simultaneously with Jack sound output.
#If your are using HDMI or a Audio hat you can use backlight PWM control for the second screen
#If you are using Jack output please leave commented.
#The Screen will be switch down in Sleep mode, and switch on when it wakes up.
#On OGST, only this mode is available.

#this configuration is OPTIONAL if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.backlightcontrol=18

# system.secondminitft.usemarquee variabla allows you to display a different
# image during running game. just creat a directory named "marquees" in media
# aside videos and images and put new images with the same name as in images
# example :
# - /recalbox/share/roms/neogeo/media/marquees/alpham2.png
# - /recalbox/share/roms/neogeo/media/images/alpham2.png
# if set to 1, in game the marquee images will be displayed
# if set to 0, in game the scraped images will be displayed
;system.secondminitft.usemarquee=0

#system.secondminitft.sleepenabled allows you to enable/disable
#sleep mode for the second TFT. If set to 1 sleep mode is enabled and
#backlight of the screen will be OFF. If set to 0, sleep mode is
#disabled and the backlight of the screen will be always On

;system.secondminitft.sleepenabled=0

## Configurations generated by Recalbox
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.colorset=1-light blue colors
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.gameclipview=0 - DEFAULT
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.gamelistview=1-standard gamelist
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.region=us
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.iconset=1-standard icons
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.menuset=1-light blue icons
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.systemview=1-vertical left
system.firsttimeuse=0
emulationstation.theme.folder=recalbox-goa2

 

                Fichier recalbox.conf pour raspberry pi zero 2

# System Variable
# You can configure your recalbox from here
# To set a variable, remove the first ; on the line


# ------------ A - System Options ----------- #
# Uncomment the system.power.switch you use
;system.power.switch=ATX_RASPI_R2_6 # https://lowpowerlab.com/guide/atxraspi/#installation
;system.power.switch=MAUSBERRY # https://www.mausberrycircuits.com/pages/setup
;system.power.switch=REMOTEPIBOARD_2003 # https://www.msldigital.com/pages/support-for-remotepi-board-2013
;system.power.switch=REMOTEPIBOARD_2005 # https://www.msldigital.com/pages/support-for-remotepi-board-plus-2015
;system.power.switch=WITTYPI # https://www.uugear.com/witty-pi-realtime-clock-power-management-for-raspberry-pi
;system.power.switch=PIN56ONOFF # https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/others/add-on-off-button-to-your-recalbox
;system.power.switch=PIN56PUSH # https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/others/add-on-off-button-to-your-recalbox
;system.power.switch=PIN356ONOFFRESET # https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/others/add-on-off-button-to-your-recalbox
;system.power.switch=PIN356PUSHRESET # https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/others/add-on-off-button-to-your-recalbox

## fbcp FrameBuffer Copy Program
## For small TFT screen on GPIO and SPI
## See https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/wiki/Utility---Use-of-fbcp-for-small-TFT-screen-%28EN%29 for details
## Needed for Waveshare 3.2" 3.5" TFT screen, 2.8" Adafruit screen
## See https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/video/tft/tft-lcd-on-spi-bus
## for support and configuration details needed by /boot/config.txt
system.fbcp.enabled=0

## Splash screen duration
## 0 : Video will be stopped when emulationstation is ready to start.
## -1 : All the video will be played before emulationstation start (default)
## >0 : Time the video will be played before emulationstation start (in seconds)
system.splash.length=-1
## Splash videos selection
## all: select a boot video in recalbox videos and user videos
## recalbox: select a boot video only in recalbox videos
## custom: select a boot video only in user videos
## Any invalid value means "all"
system.splash.select=all

## Recalbox Manager (http manager)
system.manager.enabled=0
## Currently, only version 2 is available
system.manager.version=2

## Recalbox API (REST)
system.api.enabled=0

## Allow a specific resolution for ES only from the command : tvservice -m [MODE]
## Leave commented for the default usual behaviour
;system.es.videomode=CEA 4 HDMI

## EmulationStation
### menu style
### default -> default all options menu
### none -> no menu except the game search menu
### bartop -> less menu, only needed for bartops
emulationstation.menu=default
### Select a system to show on boot (use rom directory name) (string)
emulationstation.selectedsystem=favorites
### Show the gamelist of the first or selected system on boot (0,1)
emulationstation.bootongamelist=0
### Disable system view. ES will boot and show ONLY the first or selected system (0,1)
emulationstation.hidesystemview=0
### Parse Gamelists only. Show only games listed in gamelist.xml files (0,1)
emulationstation.gamelistonly=0
### Force basicgameList view to be displayed, even if your game systems are scraped (0,1)
emulationstation.forcebasicgamelistview=0
### Filter out adult games
### you may use emulationstation.snes.filteradultgames=1
### to filter out adult games for the snes system or any other system
;emulationstation.filteradultgames=1
### Zipped gamelist preference
### Whatever you choose, emulationstation can read both compressed
### and uncompressed gamelist.xml or gamelist.zip
### However updated gamelist will be saved in your prefered format.
### Zipped format may save load time, especially on slow devices.
### 0 = gamelist.xml
### 1 = gamelist.zip
;emulationstation.zippedgamelist=1

## Arcade metasystem
## Activate the Arcade metasystem to group all games from piFBA, FBN (libretro), MAME and optionally Neogeo
## into a single "Arcade" system.
;emulationstation.arcade=1
## You may want to specify its position in the system list. (Default: 0)
## Negatives values may be used to tart from the end (-1 = last position)
;emulationstation.arcade.position=0
## Include NeoGeo or not (default: 1)
;emulationstation.arcade.includeneogeo=1
## Hide included system or leave them in the system list (default: 1)
;emulationstation.arcade.hideoriginals=1

## Virtual systems
### Activate a virtual system with all games available from all systems
;emulationstation.collection.allgames=1
### Activate a virtual system with all multiplayer games (players >= 2)
;emulationstation.collection.multiplayers=1
### Activate a virtual system with last played games
;emulationstation.collection.lastplayed=1

## Videosnaps
### Delay before videosnaps start, in millisecond. Default: 2s
;emulationstation.videosnaps.delay=2000
### Video loop times. 0 = no video. 1 or more = the video loops x times before fading out
;emulationstation.videosnaps.loop=1
### Enable videosnap sound/music
;emulationstation.videosnaps.sound=1

## Scrapers
### Activate this option to extract region from filename when possible
;scraper.extractregionfromfilename=1
### Select the source of game's names
### 0 = from scrapper result (default)
### 1 = from filename
### 2 = from filename undecorated (i.e: (text) and [text] removed)
;scraper.getnamefrom=0
### ScreenScraper.fr
### Force media region - if not defined, region is taken from system.language. Default: us
;scraper.screenscraper.region=eu
### Force text language - if not defined, region is taken from system.language. Default: en
;scraper.screenscraper.language=fr
### Choose the media to download among:
### screenshot: game screenshot
### title : game title screenshot
### box2d : Front case
### box3d : 3D rendered case
### mixv1 : Recalbox special mix image V1 (default)
### mixv2 : Recalbox special mix image V2
;scraper.screenscraper.media=mixv1
### ScreenScraper account
;scraper.screenscraper.user=
;scraper.screenscraper.password=

## Emulator special keys
## default -> default all special keys
## nomenu -> cannot popup the emulator menu
## none -> no special keys in emulators
system.emulators.specialkeys=default

## Show or hide kodi in emulationstation (0,1)
kodi.enabled=1
## Start kodi at launch (0,1)
kodi.atstartup=0
## set x button shortcut (0,1)
kodi.xbutton=1

## Allow a specific resolution for Kodi only from the command : tvservice -m [MODE]
## By default is using the default resolution of your screen
kodi.videomode=default

## Kodi can wait for a network component before starting
## waithost is the ip or hostname that must answer to a ping to validate the availability
## waittime is the maximum time waited when kodi boots
## if waitmode is required, kodi will not start if the component is not available
## if waitmode is wish, kodi will start if the component is not available
## if waitmode is not set or has another value, kodi will start immediately
;kodi.network.waitmode=required
;kodi.network.waittime=10
;kodi.network.waithost=192.168.0.50

## Hyperion
## Hyperion allows you to use an ambilight like led system on your recalbox
## Use hypercon to create your configuration file, and copy it in /recalbox/share/system/configs/hyperion/hyperion.config.json
hyperion.enabled=0




# ------------ B - Network ------------ #
## Set system hostname
system.hostname=RECALBOX
## Activate wifi (0,1)
wifi.enabled=0
## Set wifi region
## More info here: https://wiki.recalbox.com/en/tutorials/network/wifi/wifi-country-code
wifi.region=JP
## Wifi SSID (string)
;wifi.ssid=new ssid
## Wifi KEY (string)
## after rebooting the recalbox, the "new key" is replace by a hidden value "enc:xxxxx"
## you can edit the "enc:xxxxx" value to replace by a clear value, it will be updated again at the following reboot
## Escape your special chars (# ; $) with a backslash : $ => \$
;wifi.key=new key

## Wifi - static IP
## if you want a static IP address, you must set all 4 values (ip, netmask, gateway and nameservers)
## if any value is missing or all lines are commented out, it will fall back to the
## default of DHCP. For nameservers, you must set at least 1 nameserver.
;wifi.ip=manual ip address (ex: 192.168.1.2)
;wifi.netmask=network mask (ex: 255.255.255.0)
;wifi.gateway=ip address of gateway (ex: 192.168.1.1)
;wifi.nameservers=ip address of domain name servers, space separated (ex: 192.168.1.1 8.8.8.8)

# secondary wifi (not configurable via the user interface)
;wifi2.ssid=new ssid
;wifi2.key=new key

# third wifi (not configurable via the user interface)
;wifi3.ssid=new ssid
;wifi3.key=new key

## Samba share
system.samba.enabled=1
### Virtual Gamepads
system.virtual-gamepads.enabled=0
### SSH
system.ssh.enabled=1




# ------------ C - Audio ------------ #
## Set the audio device (auto, hdmi, jack)
audio.device=alsa_card.usb-GeneralPlus_USB_Audio_Device-00:analog-output-speaker
## Set system volume (0..100)
audio.volume=90
## Enable or disable system sounds in ES (0,1)
audio.bgmusic=1




# -------------- D - Controllers ----------------- #
# Enable support for standard bluetooth controllers
controllers.bluetooth.enabled=1
# Enable ERTM
controllers.bluetooth.ertm=1


## Please enable only one of these
# -------------- D1 - PS3 Controllers ------------ #
##Enable PS3 controllers support
controllers.ps3.enabled=1
## Choose a driver between bluez, official and shanwan
## bluez -> bluez 5 + kernel drivers, support official and shanwan sisaxis
## official -> sixad drivers, support official and gasia sisaxis
## shanwan -> shanwan drivers, support official and shanwan sisaxis
controllers.ps3.driver=bluez


# ------------ D2 - GPIO Controllers ------------ #
## GPIO Controllers
## enable controllers on GPIO with mk_arcarde_joystick_rpi (0,1)
controllers.gpio.enabled=1
## mk_gpio arguments, map=1 for one controller, map=1,2 for 2 (map=1,map=1,2)
controllers.gpio.args=map=1,2
## Custom mk_gpio arguments,
## controllers.gpio.args=map=5 gpio=Y-,Y+,X-,X+,start,select,a,b,tr,y,x,tl,hk for one controller,
## controllers.gpio.args=map=5 gpio=pin1,pin2,pin3,.....,pin12,pin13
## controllers.gpio.args=map=5,6 gpio=Y-,Y+,X-,X+,start,select,a,b,tr,y,x,tl,hk gpio2=Y-,Y+,X-,X+,start,select,a,b,tr,y,x,tl,hk for 2 (map=5,map=5,6)
## controllers.gpio.args=map=5,6 gpio=gpiox,gpioy,gpioz,.....,gpiou,gpiov gpio2=gpiox,gpioy,gpioz,.....,gpiou,gpiov
# where gpiox,gpioy,gpioz ... are NOT pin numbers on the connector, BUT location gpio numbered as in
# https://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Raspberry-Pi-GPIO-Layout-Model-B-Plus-rotated-2700x900.png
## Set pin to -1 to disable it
# controllers.gpio.args=map=5,6 gpio=4,17,27,22,10,9,25,24,23,18,15,14,2 gpio2=11,5,6,13,19,26,21,20,16,12,7,8,3
## MCP configuration : GPIO and MCP can be used together. You can mix them.
## map=0x20,0x21 for 2 mcp23017 on i2c bus
#controllers.gpio.args=map=0x20,0x21,5,6 gpio=4,17,27,22,10,9,25,24,23,18,15,14,-1 gpio2=11,5,6,13,19,26,21,20,16,12,7,8,-1

## Raspberry Pi Hats
## Fan controllers
## supported boards
### Waveshare PoE hat (B)
### Argon Forty / Argon One
### Experimental PI PiBoy DMG
### Raspberry PI PoE+
### Pimoroni fan SHIM
## Enable fan management and oled info screen by setting hat.wpaf.enabled=1
hat.wpaf.enabled=0
## and set the correct board name:
## wspoehatb
## argonforty
## piboy
## rpipoeplus
## fanshim
##example hat.wpaf.board=wspoehatb
;hat.wpaf.board=board_name

# ------------ D3 - Steam Controllers ------------ #
## Enable steam controller service
controllers.steam.enabled=0


## DB9 Controllers
## Enable DB9 drivers for atari, megadrive, amiga controllers (0,1)
controllers.db9.enabled=0
## db9 arguments
controllers.db9.args=map=1

## Gamecon controllers
## Enable gamecon controllers, for nes, snes, psx (0,1)
controllers.gamecon.enabled=0
## gamecon_args
controllers.gamecon.args=map=1

## XGaming's XArcade Tankstik and other compatible devices
controllers.xarcade.enabled=1

# ------------ D4 - Joycon Controllers ------------ #
controllers.joycond.enabled=1


# ------------ E - Language and keyboard ------------ #
## Set the language of the system (fr_FR,en_US,en_GB,de_DE,pt_BR,es_ES,it_IT,eu_ES,tr_TR,zh_CN)
system.language=fr_FR
## set the keyboard layout (fr,en,de,us,es)
system.kblayout=fr
## Set you local time
## Select your timezone from : ls /usr/share/zoneinfo/ (string)
;system.timezone=Europe/Paris




# ------------ F - UPDATES ------------ #
## Automatically check for updates at start (0,1)
updates.enabled=1
# Update type : default to stable
updates.type=stable




# ------------ G - HERE IT IS - GLOBAL EMULATOR CONFIGURATION ------------ #
## The global value will be used for all emulators, except if the value
## is redefined in the emulator

## Set game resolution for emulators
## select your mode from the command : tvservice -m [MODE]
## CEA 5 HDMI : 1920x1080 @ 60Hz 16:9, clock:74MHz interlaced
## CEA 4 HDMI : 1280x720 @ 60Hz 16:9, clock:74MHz progressive
## use 'default' for using the default resolution
## use 'auto' : switches to CEA 4 HDMI if supported, else keep the current resolution
## (string)
global.videomode=default

## Shader set
## Automatically select shaders for all systems
## (none, retro, scanlines)
global.shaderset=none

## Once enabled, your screen will be cropped, and you will have a pixel perfect image (0,1)
global.integerscale=0

## Set gpslp shader for all emulators (prefer shadersets above). Absolute path (string)
global.shaders=

## Set ratio for all emulators (auto,4/3,16/9,16/10,custom)
global.ratio=auto

## Set smooth for all emulators (0,1)
global.smooth=1

## Set rewind for all emulators (0,1)
global.rewind=1

## Set autosave/load savestate for all emulators (0,1)
global.autosave=0

## Enable retroarchievements (0,1)
## Set your www.retroachievements.org username/password
## Escape your special chars (# ; $) with a backslash : $ => \$
global.retroachievements=0
global.retroachievements.hardcore=0
global.retroachievements.username=
global.retroachievements.password=

## Set retroarch input driver (auto, udev, sdl2)
## If you don't have issues with your controllers, let auto
global.inputdriver=auto

## If you do not want recalboxOS to generate the configuration for all emulators (string)
;global.configfile=/path/to/my/configfile.cfg

## Demo screensaver parameters
## Set the system list from which ES will run random games.
## Empty list or unexisting key means all available systems
global.demo.systemlist=3do,amigacd32,atari2600,atari5200,atari7800,daphne,fbneo,fds,gamegear,gba,lynx,mame,mastersystem,megadrive,neogeo,nes,ngpc,pcengine,sega32x,sg1000,snes
## Default demo game sessions last 90s. Change this value if you want shorter or longer sessions
;global.demo.duration=90
## Default game info screen duration lasts 6s. Change this value if you want shorter or longer info screens.
;global.demo.infoscreenduration=6

## Retroarch AI Translation service
## Comment out or set to 0 the following key if you don't want the AI service
global.translate=1
## Set the source and the target languages.
## Allowed language list: EN, ES, FR, IT, DE, JP, NL, CS, DA, SV, HR, KO, ZH_CN, ZH_TW, CA, BG, BN, EU, AZ, AR, SQ,
## AF, EO, ET, TL, FI, GL, KA, EL, GU, HT, IW, HI, HU, IS, ID, GA, KN, LA, LV, LT, MK, MS,
## MT, NO, FA, PL, PT, RO, RU, SR, SK, SL, SW, TA, TE, TH, TR, UK, UR, VI, CY, YI
## Setting the translate.from key to a specified language may speed up or give more accurate results
## If translate.to key is commented, the default value is extracted from system.language or, if system.language is
## undefined, set to auto (=EN).
global.translate.from=auto
global.translate.to=auto
## zTranslate API Key
## go to https://ztranslate.net and create an account.
## validate your account, then log in and go to the settings page
## Look for the API Key at the bottom of the page, then uncomment the following key and paste your API Key:
;global.translate.apikey=RECALBOX
## Other translation service
## If you want to use another translation service or a custom API call, use this key to
## specify the url to call. If the key is not empty, it is used instead of zTranslation's API Key
;global.translate.url=




# ------------ H - EMULATORS CHOICES ----------- #
## You can override the global configurations here
## Here is the snes example
;snes.videomode=CEA 4 HDMI
snes.core=snes9x2010
;snes.shaders=/recalbox/share/shaders/shaders_glsl/mysnesshader.gplsp
;snes.ratio=16/9
;snes.smooth=0
;snes.rewind=1
;snes.autosave=0
;snes.emulator=libretro
;snes.integerscale=0
## If you do not want recalboxOS to generate the configuration for the emulator:
;snes.configfile=/path/to/my/configfile.cfg

## Default cores for RPi3
snes.core=snes9x2010
c64.core=x64

## NeoGeo emulator
## You can use pifba or a libretro core (fba2x,libretro)
neogeo.emulator=libretro
## If you set libretro as neogeo.emulator, the line below sets the retroarch core (fbneo, mame2000)
neogeo.core=fbneo

## N64 emulator is configured to display a screen with a 640x480 resolution (native n64 resolution)
## So you must use one of these video modes (DMT 4 HDMI,CEA 1 HDMI).
## If your screen is not compatible with one of these video modes, please check the recalbox's wiki.
n64.videomode=DMT 4 HDMI
## If you are using a CRT screen, please change the setting above with this one :
n64.videomode=default

## Dreamcast emulator
## Like N64, such a CPU intensive emulator needs a small resolution
## Consider DMT 4 HDMI (640*480) or DMT 9 HDMI (800*600). If you have a black screen on dreamcast, try DMT 9 HDMI here
;dreamcast.videomode=DMT 4 HDMI

## Demo screensaver parameters
## Include or exclude a particular system from the demo screensaver
## You may change the global.demo.systemlist key or include/exclude every single system
;snes.demo.include=0
## Set the session duration for a particular system
;snes.demo.duration=90

## Disable Atomisware
atomiswave.ignore=1

## Disable Dosbox Pure rewind
dos.rewind=0

# ------------ I - NETPLAY PARAMETERS ----------- #
## All these values are handled by Recalbox itself
global.netplay=1
global.netplay.nickname=
global.netplay.port=55435
global.netplay.relay=
global.netplay.systems=fbneo,mame,mastersystem,megadrive,neogeo,nes,pcengine,sega32x,sg1000,snes,supergrafx,atari2600,pcenginecd,pcfx,fds,tic80,segacd,mrboom,colecovision
global.netplay.lobby=http://lobby.libretro.com/list/




# ------------ J - TFT SECONDARY SCREEN ----------- #
#Second miniTFT screen as marquee to display scrapes and videos
#Enable it with system.secondMiniTFT.enabled=1, disable with system.secondMiniTFT.enabled=0

#this configuration is REQUIRED
system.secondminitft.enabled=0

#Type of mini TFT : OGST, unknown
#Most of spi tft screen are enabled thanks to overlays in /boot/config.txt in rpi and /boot/config.ini on odroidxu4
#please check the specific configuration of your screen
#Some examples are available on the page .....
# values are :
# - overlay : screen configured through overlays in /boot/config.txt or /boot/config.ini (odroidxu4/ogst)
# - default : the rest of the world
#this configuration is REQUIRED if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.type=overlay

#Choose the resolution of your screen
#miniTFT resolution 320x240 -> 240p, 480x320 -> 320p

#this configuration is REQUIRED if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.resolution=240p

#Scraped image aspect on tft screen : fbv display option
# options available : stretch, ignore-aspect, enlarge.
# stretch : Strech (using a simple resizing routine) the image to fit onto screen if necessary
# alpha : use the alpha channel (if applicable)
# ignore-aspect : Ignore the image aspect while resizing
# enlarge : Enlarge the image to fit the whole screen if necessary

# 1 = enabled, 0 = disabled

#this configuration is REQUIRED if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.imagestretchenabled=1
;system.secondminitft.imageenlargeenabled=0
;system.secondminitft.imagealphaenabled=0
;system.secondminitft.imageignoreaspectenabled=1

#When activating the second TFT screen, you may want to display
#game scraped video only on the second screen. This variable
#allows you to disable scraped video playing in ES during game browsing
#system.secondminitft.disablevideoines=1 disable video playing in ES
#system.secondminitft.disablevideoines=0 enable video playing in ES

#this configuration is OPTIONAL if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.disablevideoines=1

#if the backlight of your your screen can be manage by PWM,
#indicates the GPIO value of your PWM control
#WiringPi and its gpio program will be used to control the backlight
#when RB goes in SLEEP mode, and when it wakes up.
#On raspberry pi, PWMs cannot be used simultaneously with Jack sound output.
#If your are using HDMI or a Audio hat you can use backlight PWM control for the second screen
#If you are using Jack output please leave commented.
#The Screen will be switch down in Sleep mode, and switch on when it wakes up.
#On OGST, only this mode is available.

#this configuration is OPTIONAL if system.secondminitft.enabled=1
;system.secondminitft.backlightcontrol=18

# system.secondminitft.usemarquee variabla allows you to display a different
# image during running game. just creat a directory named "marquees" in media
# aside videos and images and put new images with the same name as in images
# example :
# - /recalbox/share/roms/neogeo/media/marquees/alpham2.png
# - /recalbox/share/roms/neogeo/media/images/alpham2.png
# if set to 1, in game the marquee images will be displayed
# if set to 0, in game the scraped images will be displayed
;system.secondminitft.usemarquee=0

#system.secondminitft.sleepenabled allows you to enable/disable
#sleep mode for the second TFT. If set to 1 sleep mode is enabled and
#backlight of the screen will be OFF. If set to 0, sleep mode is
#disabled and the backlight of the screen will be always On

;system.secondminitft.sleepenabled=0


# Ignore 240ptestsuite system until crt is turned on
240ptestsuite.ignore=1

## Configurations generated by Recalbox
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.colorset=1-light blue colors
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.gameclipview=0 - DEFAULT
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.gamelistview=1-standard gamelist
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.region=us
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.iconset=1-standard icons
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.menuset=1-light blue icons
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-next.systemview=1-vertical left
system.firsttimeuse=0
emulationstation.pad1=15000000010000000200000000010000:GPIO Controller 2
emulationstation.pad2=030000004c0500006802000010810000:SHANWAN PS3 GamePad
emulationstation.pad0=15000000010000000100000000010000:GPIO Controller 1
emulationstation.theme.folder=recalbox-goa2
emulationstation.theme.recalbox-goa2.region=us

N’oubliez pas d’enregistrer.

 

4- Import de ROMS et BIOS :

Gameboyzero.fr ne fourni pas de ROM ou BIOS

Seul les explications pour l’importation sont disponibles.
Avec une recherche simple et de bons mots clef vous trouverez aisément des SET complet de ROM et BIOS pour RECALBOX sur google et youtube
Ainsi que de nombreux tuto software recalbox.
Nous développerons uniquement une méthode d’import par recalbox manager et une méthode par l’explorateur windows.

  • Depuis votre PC par l’explorateur widows (recommandé )

               Tuto youtube recalbox accéder à la partition share

  • par l’explorateur windows réseau

Connecter votre recalbox en wifi
Sur votre PC cliquez sur l’onglet « réseau » dans l’explorateur windows
Puis cliquez sur recalbox

login: root   Mot de passe: recalboxroot

   Cliquez sur « share » :

  Vous avez accès aux dossier BIOS et ROMS :

  Vous pouvez copier/coller vos BIOS et ROMS dans les dossiers correspondants.

                                             – par winSCP

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