Trouble upgrading OpenMSX on Raspberry Pi 400

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By smx

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11-08-2022, 16:30

Hi Zwarteziel,

The sequence adopted is:

Copy Raspbian lite 32 bit on SD-CARD

Insert in raspberry and auto configure

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

enable ssh via raspi-config

reboot

wget -N http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/pool/main/g/glew/libglew2.2_...
wget -N http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/pool/main/o/openmsx/ope...
wget -N http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/pool/main/o/openmsx/ope...
sudo dpkg -i libglew2.2_2.2.0-4_armhf.deb
sudo dpkg -i openmsx_xx.0-1+b1_armhf.deb
sudo dpkg -i openmsx-data_xx.0-1_all.deb

sudo apt-get install openmsx
sudo apt --fix-broken install

result

Error XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set in environment

Remember, I've a Raspberry PI3B and not a PI400, probably compiled packages are not PI3 compliant.
I would try with this Link but some files are missing.

By Zwarteziel

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11-08-2022, 16:46

Daemos wrote:

If you need the image I can send it via wetransfer to you.

I would appreciate that a lot!

By Zwarteziel

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11-08-2022, 16:56

Quote:

Remember, I've a Raspberry PI3B and not a PI400, probably compiled packages are not PI3 compliant

Ah, I see. That might indeed be the culprit. I've read that the Pi3 is considered a very stable plaform for OpenMSX. Does version 16.0 work, without the extra packages?
You can also consider installing OpenMSX using a different OS. In this dutch article, the writer shows how he installed OpenMSX as a custom package in RetroPie.

By Daemos

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12-08-2022, 11:10

Also note that the pi3b is propably not going to be fast enough. The pi4b handles it barely at default and does it ok when forced into turbo. Is the 3b already 64 bit? Best is to combine the raspian kernel with a distribution of choice.

@zwarteziel: i have seen you updated your email so as soon as i get close to my computer i will send the image to you.

By smx

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12-08-2022, 14:40

Finally I've Openmsx on my PI 3B.
It seems very very good:
Only SDL and 60 FPS, tested with Uridium at the moment.

Runs in a window and ALT+ENTER won't go.

Cause my monitor is 1280x1024, I think better solution is reduce to 640x480.
Hope to configure it without problems

By smx

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12-08-2022, 15:45

Confirm PI3 B, full screen, 60 FPS, SDL only, stable

By Zwarteziel

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12-08-2022, 18:21

Well done smx! Smile Are you using Raspian? And version 16.0?

By smx

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12-08-2022, 18:30

Zwarteziel wrote:

Well done smx! Smile Are you using Raspian? And version 16.0?

I have tried several configurations. After several attempts I managed to install the 0.15 on Raspbian Stretch.
In the next few days I will see if possible to install the OpenGL libraries, and to do some tuning on the system to speed up the boot.
If everything works out, the last thing I want to do is to enable the joysticks on the GPIO to be able to use my originals.
Any help or advice is welcome

By Manuel

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12-08-2022, 19:16

Note that 0.15 is old and still uses SDL1. Quite unsupported nowadays.

By smx

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13-08-2022, 09:44

Manuel wrote:

Note that 0.15 is old and still uses SDL1. Quite unsupported nowadays.

I installed the same version, 15 on windows, and on this OS I can enable SDLGL-PP

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