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Reddit – Upvoted: “Error” when downloading games via /r/PS4

“Error” when downloading games

Currently the PS STORE doesn’t seem to be working so do not buy anything from it as of right know and try to wait.

If you have already have “bought” something and are experiencing the following issues then do as follows:

“Error” when purchasing content and charged one/multiple time(s)

Contact Sony through live chat, Twitter or phone number and expect delays.

Library of game deleted when purchasing multiple items.

Restore license if this doesn’t work contact Sony through live chat.

Cannot purchase games due to some error or problem.

Contact sony or wait.

This is happening to multiple people and you are not the only one.

NOTE: SONYS chat maybe closed just wait it out.

Submitted May 16, 2020 at 08:55PM by Travion0 via reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/PS4/comments/gl03kx/error_when_downloading_games/?utm_source=ifttt

Reddit – Upvoted: I added RetroArch to Buildroot so you can build your own tiny Linux-based console. via /r/RetroArch

I added RetroArch to Buildroot so you can build your own tiny Linux-based console.

Who the heck am I?

I am an embedded Linux engineer who likes to try new things! I have been working with the Buildroot team for years now and have ported some pretty crazy packages over the years.

What is Buildroot:

https://buildroot.org/

Buildroot is a simple, efficient, and easy-to-use tool to generate embedded Linux systems through cross-compilation. It supports a multitude of architectures, boards, and systems, including, of course, x86.

Why this project:

I have a good friend in Italy who has a young son. They generally do not play games, but with the current COVID19 situation, he decided to retrofit an older PC from 10 years ago to be a retro console emulator. I know there are other projects out there that support RetroArch, but as a Buildroot developer, I decided to have some fun and integrate the package into Buildroot itself.

Why Buildroot?

It can be quite small and fast! The current build starts Around 5 seconds! (First boot takes about 10.) With some services cut out, I could probably get the boot to less than 2 seconds on an embedded device such as a Raspberry Pi, Wandboard, or Beaglebone.

What's currently supported?

  • This version is an initial build that works with X86.
  • Initial support for updating

File system layout:

  • Four partitions:
  • Boot
  • Root-A
  • Root-B
  • Data

Everything for RetroArch goes in /data/retroarch/.

The reason for this is because this build supports "ping-pong" style updates. IE: Updates completely replace the Root filing system that isn't in use, and then the system reboots to the new Root once the update finishes.

If files that were modified were stored anywhere but /data/, then updates would destroy those changes.

I will continue to work on the system in my spare time, but right now the default is set for KMS.

Where can I find the code?

https://github.com/aduskett/retroarch-buildroot

Thanks for checking it out!

Submitted April 07, 2020 at 01:49AM by ADuskett via reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/RetroArch/comments/fw9trz/i_added_retroarch_to_buildroot_so_you_can_build/?utm_source=ifttt

Reddit – Upvoted: I want to thank you all for the repair tips. Now my Orion CTV-5 (1984) is alive and well. Can’t wait to play some games on this little crisp display! via /r/crtgaming

I want to thank you all for the repair tips. Now my Orion CTV-5 (1984) is alive and well. Can’t wait to play some games on this little crisp display!
http://bit.ly/32ObU6d

Submitted March 03, 2020 at 07:49PM by x86generation via reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/crtgaming/comments/fczbdt/i_want_to_thank_you_all_for_the_repair_tips_now/?utm_source=ifttt