Log In  

Hello there,

(English isn't my first Language, I hope it doesn't sound too bad, Sorry^^)

I was looking for a easy Solution to "modify" the Linux in my GPi Case to boot directly into PICO8. I don't want to use something like Retropie/Recalbox/Lakka, just a PICO8-Machine.

There was already a Project called PICOPI, which already assembled that. But it seems this Project doesn't exist anymore (Homepage is down; the Files I could find on archive.org doesn't seem to work anymore).

So I thought I write my own Script for this, which builds upon Raspbian, the Default-Linux-Distribution for Raspberry Pi (which builds upon GPi Case). I thought it could be useful for others, so I uploaded the Script^^.

While using this Script, you will be able to put your .p8-Files directly on the "boot"-Partition on the SD Card.

Script can be found on Github, including a Manual for using it:

https://github.com/Astorek86/Pico8-Script-for-GPi-Case

EDIT: I also uploaded a Video on Youtube to show the Process:

https://youtu.be/JqRGS9bZfkg

P#73319 2020-02-21 17:58 ( Edited 2020-02-22 05:59)

Quick question: can "makepico8" work on a regular Raspberry Pi (i.e. Model 3B+)? I want to make a non-portable PICO-8 for some reason.

[EDIT 2020.AUG.09 10:22pm CST]: Never mind. It does work in a non-portable setting.

P#80580 2020-08-10 00:53 ( Edited 2020-08-10 03:22)

[Please log in to post a comment]

Follow Lexaloffle:        
Generated 2020-10-25 18:56 | 0.008s | 2097k | Q:13