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PCSX2 - Ubuntu 16.04 x64 - 4 pads?
#1
Hello everybody,

I'm using PCSX2 from RetroPie packages under Ubuntu 16.04 LTS x64. All work fine. But... I would like to play with 4 pads in the same time. I'm using Xbox One controllers.
All 4 are recognized on Ubuntu but only 2 can be used in the same time with "libOnePad" plugin.

I tried PCSX2 on Windows with Lilypad plugin (just to test), and by enabling Multitap 1 (or Multitap 2), I can bind 4 pads and all works fine with PS2 games. I would like to have the same under Ubuntu. But, on Linux, the libLilyPad plugin has no GUI. (I read Gregory never finished his port).

So many questions:
1. Cause libLilyPad plugin has no GUI, is there a way to configure it to get 4 pads working in the same time? If yes, how to do? I can't find any explanations.
2. Otherwise, can I get 4 pads running with libOnePad plugin? if yes, how to do?
3. To finish, is there another way, another plugin which support 4 controllers?

Here some informations:
- I read many thread asking almost the same thing but there were not really solutions which work. Or I didn't understand how to do and threads are a bit old. So, maybe, now it's possible...
- I try to get informations on RetroPie forums too, but there are no much guys who use PCSX2 in Retropie.
- I'm really a big noob in Linux Laugh

Anyway, thank you in advance for any help
Best regards
Kasi
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#2
Yes, lilypad isn't in good state for Linux. It would be rather hard to decipher option coding to do it manually in the ini.

Onepad doesn't support yet 4 pads, I don't think it would be too complicated to add it (most of multipad support should be here already). Someone opened a PR, but it doesn't work yet and I didn't get any news. Unfortunately I'm rather busy with real life so I can't help.
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(02-09-2018, 12:36 PM)gregory Wrote: Yes, lilypad isn't in good state for Linux. It would be rather hard to decipher option coding to do it manually in the ini.

Onepad doesn't support yet 4 pads, I don't think it would be too complicated to add it (most of multipad support should be here already). Someone opened a PR, but it doesn't work yet and I didn't get any news. Unfortunately I'm rather busy with real life so I can't help.

ok. Thank you for your fast reply.
So i can configure Lilypad by editing .ini file?
My questions are:
1. Where can i find the .ini file for Lilypad? In which folder I mean.
2. Can i just copy/paste lines in Lilypad's ini file from Windows to Ubuntu one?

TIA
Regards
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#4
The ini is in the same folder but unfortunately it won't be compatible with Windows.

I'm afraid the only solution is to wait a working onepad implementation.
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(02-09-2018, 03:25 PM)gregory Wrote: The ini is in the same folder but unfortunately it won't be compatible with Windows.

I'm afraid the only solution is to wait a working onepad implementation.

Ehm. Ok. I wanted to play with my children during French holidays. Well, I think it will not be possible. Sad
Or maybe do you have a ini file sample I can use?
Thank you again for your reply
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