Thanks for article from aifreedom. (在 GameShell 上玩仙剑奇侠传 – aifreedom)
I believe information in his article is 100% correct, but I did meet some problem before I fix it.
first, I would recommend to seprate commands into single lines, it will be easier for beginner.
such like this:
(then input cpi as password)
mkdir -p ~/apps/Menu/21_Indie\ Games/20_Pal
nano ~/apps/Menu/21_Indie\ Games/20_Pal/Pal.sh’
and then, paste following information into the editor:
retroarch -v --libretro ~/.config/retroarch/cores/dosbox_svn_libretro.so ~/games/DOSBOX/Pal95/PAL!.EXE
and then, press Ctrl+X, press y and enter to save
then you refresh menu, and game should ready to play.
something important to explain:
- ssh line is connecting to gameshell, and make a folder there
- scp is transfering your actual dos program into that folder
- then you connect to gameshell again and create a folder for menu.
- nano is an editor I prefer, of course you can choose the way you want to create an empty file named Pal.sh and paste all those text in it.
- bin bash stuff is about to allow you execute “the following statments”
- be careful, core name can be changed when it’s in different version of retroarch.
in aifreedom’s article, it was dosbox_libretro.so, but now it’s dosbox_svn_libretro.so.
you can confirm that by access that folder with:
you will find a dosbox-like filename if you have installed that core correctly.
- location of remap:
aifreedom had mentioned remap file. now it’s located in ~/.config/retroarch/config/remaps/DOSBox-SVN
you can access it by:
and paste his script into it.
Hope it’s helpful, good luck and have fun!