trying to get Retroarch working on an RPi4 running Manjaro Arm 19.12.
Installing it from
sudo pacman -S retroarch, or
trizen -S retroarch libretro installs fine but the Core Updater inside retroarch just flashes the screen then returns me to the menu.
retroarch-rbp in aur is only configured for arm7 so no luck there
I've set the core download and core info file download folder to /home/user/Games/.cores so retroarch shouldn't have any permission errors.
Also, installing the libretro-core-info package from AUR doesnt seem to make any difference to just downloading it from within Retroarch.
The cores that are available prebuilt in the package manager don't show up either, I guess I would have to find their install location and either move them to a folder retroarch knows or point retroarch.conf to that location.
Anyone tried this before and have any tips?
As I'm typing this I'm
git clone https://github.com/libretro/libretro-super make make install
so gonna see if this makes any difference...