Lakka-nightlies for Pine A64 (and H64)
#1
Hello,

I just recently discovered that Lakka is available in the nightlies for the pine allwinner boards.  I tested it on my A64+ and what I tested (NES, SNES, GBA, PSX, DOOM, Quake) worked.  N64 and NDS didn't work. (I didn't have other roms to try).

What also didn't work was HDMI sound, I couldn't test analog out as I broke my headphones.

Here is the link: http://nightly.builds.lakka.tv/Lakka-LE9.2/latest/

Probably most thanks to Jernej as he made this boards available in the libreelec 9.2 build system.

I don't have a pine H64 to test the lakka builds.  And I'm sill wondering wich board would be better, the rock64 or the pineH64 to run emulation on.
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#2
How is N64 performance on H6? won't have a chance to try in the near future.
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#3
I just bought a Pine H64, I will see how it performs once it arrives.
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(09-16-2019, 07:38 AM)roel Wrote: I just bought a Pine H64, I will see how it performs once it arrives.

I received my pineH64 and tried lakka and the mupen64plus-next core.  My first impression is that the N64 emultion goes fine, nothing to complain for the moment, but for some reason my controls didn't work as expected.  So first I have to check what's wrong with the controls.
Parallel64 crashes.
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(10-10-2019, 09:01 AM)roel Wrote:
(09-16-2019, 07:38 AM)roel Wrote: I just bought a Pine H64, I will see how it performs once it arrives.

I received my pineH64 and tried lakka and the mupen64plus-next core.  My first impression is that the N64 emultion goes fine, nothing to complain for the moment, but for some reason my controls didn't work as expected.  So first I have to check what's wrong with the controls.
Parallel64 crashes.

Hi roel, I tried Lakka on my Pine H64 (no wifi, only lan, kickstarter edition), but I can't get to connect it to the network, so I can't upload any roms. I know for sure that lan port works because dietpi works fine. How did you transfer the roms to the card?
Thank you
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(10-12-2019, 04:43 AM)gmello Wrote:
(10-10-2019, 09:01 AM)roel Wrote:
(09-16-2019, 07:38 AM)roel Wrote: I just bought a Pine H64, I will see how it performs once it arrives.

I received my pineH64 and tried lakka and the mupen64plus-next core.  My first impression is that the N64 emultion goes fine, nothing to complain for the moment, but for some reason my controls didn't work as expected.  So first I have to check what's wrong with the controls.
Parallel64 crashes.

Hi roel, I tried Lakka on my Pine H64 (no wifi, only lan, kickstarter edition), but I can't get to connect it to the network, so I can't upload any roms. I know for sure that lan port works because dietpi works fine. How did you transfer the roms to the card?
Thank you

To be honest I didn't try network.  I will try it some of these days.  I put my games straight on the sd.  So I put the sd in my main pc and put the files on the sd-card. 
You can also put them on a usb stick and put the usb stick in the pineH64 and browse tot the usb from within LAKKA.

I tested with another controller and can tell SuperMarioKart64 goes full speed.  I will try more demanding games later on this week.
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(10-20-2019, 12:26 PM)roel Wrote:
(10-12-2019, 04:43 AM)gmello Wrote:
(10-10-2019, 09:01 AM)roel Wrote:
(09-16-2019, 07:38 AM)roel Wrote: I just bought a Pine H64, I will see how it performs once it arrives.

I received my pineH64 and tried lakka and the mupen64plus-next core.  My first impression is that the N64 emultion goes fine, nothing to complain for the moment, but for some reason my controls didn't work as expected.  So first I have to check what's wrong with the controls.
Parallel64 crashes.

Hi roel, I tried Lakka on my Pine H64 (no wifi, only lan, kickstarter edition), but I can't get to connect it to the network, so I can't upload any roms. I know for sure that lan port works because dietpi works fine. How did you transfer the roms to the card?
Thank you

To be honest I didn't try network.  I will try it some of these days.  I put my games straight on the sd.  So I put the sd in my main pc and put the files on the sd-card. 
You can also put them on a usb stick and put the usb stick in the pineH64 and browse tot the usb from within LAKKA.

I tested with another controller and can tell SuperMarioKart64 goes full speed.  I will try more demanding games later on this week.

Thank you, good to know!
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Wired network works for me, I tried ssh and I could connect. Probably you tried samba, you should check the Libreelec forums about this. They changed to samba 3, this makes it more difficult to connect. I had the same problem with Libreelec some time before. As I remember the auto discover for samba shares doesn't work anymore. You have to manualy point to the correct ip of the samba share.
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