after installing Synaptic (how to → here) I tried RetroArch but doesn’t boot. So, I decided to try another way…
In my procedure I decided to use Snap APP, a common package system made by Canonical.
So, first of all, follow my guide on “How to install Snapd” (open it in a new page):
…And now, install RetroArch:
sudo snap install retroarch
If the RetroArch icon doesn’t appear on desktop you can manually add it:
sudo cp /var/lib/snapd/desktop/applications/retroarch_retroarch.desktop /usr/share/applications/
RetroArch on JingPad A1 need to be improved, let’s see if it could boost performance in future!
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