Should you wish to build or modify OPK applications yourself, you may download a version of SquashFS configured for editing OPK applications on Windows here. After extracting the SquashFS folder from its ZIP archive, add the OPK file that you wish to edit to the folder and double-click the 1. EXTRACT_OPK.bat file. This will create a folder called squashfs-root, containing files for the application's configuration settings, icon image, and binary data. Unless you have prior experience configuring OPK applications, however, it is recommended that you only modify the icon file, a 32-pixel square PNG format image file that represents the application in Gmenu2x. In doing so, ensure that the replacement icon file is also a 32-pixel square image, in PNG format, and named exactly as the original file was (icon.png is replaced with icon.png). Once you have finished modifying the application, return to the SquashFS folder and double-click the 2. MAKE_OPK.bat file, which will apply your modifications to the submitted OPK file. After several windows pop up and disappear, your application will be modified and ready to be returned to your FunKey S. Note that if there are multiple applications that you wish to modify, you must do so one at a time. For additional instructions on how to use SquashFS to modify or build OPK applications, it is recommended that you join the FunKey Community Discord Server.
Two options for using SDL Retro are available: All-In-One and One-By-One. As the first of these includes all default SDL Retro cores in the OPK file itself, all the user must do to install it onto their FunKey S is add it to a folder at the root of the device's file system just like any other application, emulator, or game. Should you prefer to only have the emulator cores you intend to use installed, and thus speed up the SDL Retro's core selection process, you may alternatively download the One-By-One option. While its download also includes an OPK file, the emulator cores themselves are included in a separate cores folder that must be placed in the /mnt/FunKey/.sdlretro file location of the FunKey S for SDL Retro to function. If one or more required BIOS files are listed alongside a core you wish to use, ensure that those files are named and located in the /mnt/FunKey/.sdlretro/system file location for optimal emulation results. In the case of blueMSX, download, extract, and place that emulator's Databases and Machines folders in the /mnt/FunKey/.sdlretro/system file location. In the case of Neko Project II Kai, the required PC-9800 files listed in the table below should be placed in the /mnt/FunKey/.sdlretro/system/np2kai file location. If you don't see the .sdlretro folder, your computer's Unix-based operating system is hiding hidden folders. To enable the viewing of such folders on MacOS, use the Shift+Cmd+Period key combination. To do so on ChromeOS, click the three-dot icon at the top-right of the Files application and select the Show hidden folders option.
If you choose to use the version of SMS Plus GX included in the SDL Retro OPK, follow the instructions listed in the section above instead. As PCSX ReARMed Ultimate and PicoDrive simply replace their default counterparts when initially loaded, their BIOS files (if not already present) go in the regular /mnt/PS1/bios and /mnt/Sega Genesis/bios file locations, respectively. Should you wish to instead add FinalBurn Alpha 2012, Gambatte, MAME 2000, or VICE to the SDL Retro OPK to lessen the number of icons present in the Emulator tab of Gmenu2x, you can alternatively download, extract, and place their SO format emulator core files in the /mnt/FunKey/.sdlretro/cores location of the FunKey S file system (if the cores folder is not already present, create it first). If you don't see the .sdlretro folder or the .3doh, .pcfxemu, or .smsplus folders disappear upon creation, your computer's Unix-based operating system is hiding hidden folders. To enable the viewing of such folders on MacOS, use the Shift+Cmd+Period key combination. To do so on ChromeOS, click the three-dot icon at the top-right of the Files application and select the Show hidden folders option.
There is a default Download option of Save to disk. This is disabled if Lynx is running in anonymous mode. Any number of download methods such as kermit and zmodem may be defined in addition to this default in the lynx.cfg file. Using the Save to disk option under the PRINT command after viewing the source of an HTML with the VIEW SOURCE (\) command will result in a file which differs from the original source in various ways such as tab characters expanded to spaces. Lynx formats the source presentation in this mode. On the other hand, if the DOWNLOAD command is used, the only change will be that Lynx optionally puts
For tabular display of more complex tables, Lynx users can make use of external scripts or programs. The normal Lynx distribution currently does not provide such scripts, but they can be written locally or downloaded from several sources. It is suggested to use one of Lynx's facilities for invoking external programs (see DOWNLOADER, PRINTER, EXTERNAL, TRUSTED_LYNXCGI in lynx.cfg and lynxcgi: in Supported URLs for information on various ways for setting this up).
disallow some downloaders in the download menu. This does not imply the disk_save restriction. It also does not disable the DOWNLOAD command, and does not prevent "Download or Cancel" offers when a MIME type cannot otherwise be handled. Those are only disabled if additionally the disk_save restriction is in effect and no download methods are defined in a Lynx configuration file that are marked as "always ENABLED" (or, alternatively, if the -validate switch is used).
The best part is that OpenEmu takes care of the core emulation engines behind each platform. You don't have to hunt down the right core that is compatible with the ROM you have. When you download OpenEmu, it already comes packaged with a large selection of integrated cores. Many systems have multiple cores included, so there's never an issue with incompatibility.
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