Hey thanks for the info I appreciate it. I just tried reseating the net dimm and still the same.. im running a Naomi 2 main board and a net dimm with the pi 2 (i think can’t remember) with piforce v1.5 setup.https://wiki.arcadeotaku.com/w/Sega_NAOMI_Error_Codes
Error 01Display: THIS GAME IS NOT ACCEPTABLE BY MAIN BOARD.
Cause: The ROM BOARD (or DIMM BOARD) is not connected correctly to the MAIN BD. The NAOMI 2 ROM board is mounted on the NAOMI main board.
Countermeasures: First, turn power off, connect the ROM BD (or DIMM BOARD) correctly. If the status is not improved yet, the board may be malfunctioning. The NAOMI 2 ROM board software cannot run with the NAOMI main board. If you want to run the NAOMI 2 ROM board software, replace the NAOMI main board with the NAOMI 2 main board.
So either you are trying to boot a Naomi 2 game on a Naomi 1 board or you just need to reseat your netdimm
Check your updates everyone, new release is out, in brief:
SRAM save and restore in OSM (use the test switch on the Naomi to access the menu)
ID card emulator refresh - now includes JP support
Naomi netdimm hori/vert setting for OSM auto filter
New settings definition files for OSM (hold start on a game to access the menu)
Fix time hack code (I broke it)
MiFare card support 1k/4k
OpenJVS Hat Rotary support
OpenJVS Hat serial port support for card emulator
Main Menu System filter (toggle in Options)
Basic File Manager with console (available under Manage WiPi)
This fixed it! ThanksI had this issue once and @chunksin got me to replace the sidebarstyles.css in /var/www/html/css
the file used is this https://mega.nz/file/8IkwWIaa#iHjX_yckz3EW-zGm9sFFFUngujaKj9K8XtHB1e_i6C8
After updating, I cleared the cache on my browser and it went back to normal
No. I just want to see some information on the Display. Like "Booting", "Uploading", "Playing xy" etc. I couldn't care less for the buttons on the screen (since i select games by web browser). The display is nice to see something is happening.Is this so you don't have to scroll through the list to play the same game again?
Very cool! so that communicates between the controllers plugged into the Pi and the Tuscon Logic board? OpenJVS works in a similar way, is there any reconfiguration that needs to be done with that board that you could add to a webpage?I compiled a daemon for my Tucson Logic JVS bridge board and created a systemd service for it to run under WiPi. If anyone is interested, I could do a PR to the project.
Now I can connect my USB controllers to the Pi and use them with my Naomi
Yes, it reads /dev/input/js* and redirects to JVS based on a map file. I guess this mapfile could be created/updated via the webUI?Very cool! so that communicates between the controllers plugged into the Pi and the Tuscon Logic board? OpenJVS works in a similar way, is there any reconfiguration that needs to be done with that board that you could add to a webpage?