Have you run the Enable OpenJVS Hat script from the menu?
Thanks for the quick reply, appreciate it. Just got the chance to take a look at it, and found this in the dimms.csv file:I've come across this with another user, there is a missing record in the netdimm csv file, you can manually correct it by connecting to the pi and browsing to /var/www/html/csv/dimms.csv - make sure there is a column called cab at the end - you can add this by just typing ,cab after the last entry so it reads: name,ipaddress,type,opentarget,defaultgame,openjvs,openffb,cab
Then go into the netdimm setup screen and choose horizontal or vertical from the drop down and update the entry
Did as you said, updated it with a additional column called "cab", updated the entry in the setup, but it just booted to a screen "CHECKING NETWORK".name,ipaddress,type,opentarget,defaultgame,openjvs,openffb
It's a great idea and go for it, I've got no issues with people adapting the image for whatever they like. X11 and openbox are installed and available, set up for the 3.5 inch touchscreen, the config files are in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d and /etc/xdg/openboxI was wondering, I have one of these: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002571752569.html, which is an 8.8" wide TFT display. It's 1920x480 with an HDMI interface. It's intended to display stats on your PC.
Since the Raspberry's HDMI port is unused in WiPi Netbooter, what if we enabled the X server (no desktop environments needed, just plain X) and made a little program to display the game logos (which are already there) on it, like a marquee? I could read the game data from the CSV, find out what's currently loaded, and display the correct image. What do you think?
Mine is using this 3D-printed case, which actually makes it look the part (as a marquee): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4958265
What do you think?