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Hi. To make a long story short, I've been trying to get PICOPi to work on my Pi 3.
Yes, I did get the right version of PICOPi, but Pico-8 wouldn't boot up for some reason.

This was happening with the 0.2.0d version, but I wonder if it's already fixed by now.

For those not in the know, PICOPi is a buildroot-based image. The website disappeared recently, but apparently you can access it through the Wayback Machine or something.

P#75975 2020-05-06 16:30

The author died, that is why all the files disappeared. To get pico8 running as a stand alone on a pi, you need to drag all the files from picopi onto an sd card and have the pico 8 files (which you bought) in a folder named pico-8 on the root of the SD.

P#79624 2020-07-19 19:24

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