You need to stop Kodi before running emulationstation as the input will be grabbed by kodi otherwise.
Note: Everything you do with this is on your own risk!
On a shell go to the osmc home directory:
Download the script:
Run the script:
chmod +x INSTALL_RETROPIE_ON_OSMC_RC.sh
Find the DHCP lease IP address
One option is to boot the Pi whilst connected to a network with a DHCP server (feature of most home network routers) and look at the DHCP lease information to get the IP address. To do this depends upon the specific router in question. On my Belkin Wireless router the option is called the DHCP client list which currently shows 12 entries one of which is obviously the Raspberry Pi.
192.168.1.111 raspberrypi b8:27:eb:a3:9f:46
This is MS’s various statements on their promise to PC gaming.
- 2005 – We care about PC gaming, Longhorn (Vista) to usher in modern PC gaming with “Tray and Play”
Vista launches with none of the stuff MS promised, Vista itself is horrible.
- 2006 – MS: Don’t Count PC Games Out
MS announces GFWL and how utterly amazing it will be, suckers everywhere rejoice.
- 2007 – MS continues PC push
MS launches GFWL…and it has a $50 a year fee, and they announce a whole slew of games to include Shadowrun with cross platform play and Gears of War 1! What are you paying for you ask? software that crashes and has the most unintuitive updating system known to man. Load a game, game says you need update. Signs you out, downloads update, you jump back in…oh GFWL client has a update too! signs you out, downloads up date and you log back in…MS will shortly thereafter disband Ensemble because MS feels that they’re (MS) moving in a different direction! But don’t worry we tots <3 you PC gamers.
- 2008 – MS: PC gaming is A-okay
Yea we’ve looked at some money pie charts and can see that PC gaming brings in billions in revenue. Here is our open letter to how awesome PC gaming is and our promise to support it! We finally put some new titles up on GFWL! Oh and we got rid of the $50 a year fee for GFWL, see we’re serious about PC gaming! If that’s not a sign of commitment, I don’t know what is!
- 2008 – MS: PC gaming is not dead!
Look at this event we’re throwing for PC gaming, you think we’d throw this if we didn’t truly care about it?! Look at these games that will be on GFWL. We <3 PC gaming. You want fixes for GFWL issues? We’ll look into that.
- 2008 – MS bolsters PC gaming with all new Games for Windows Live!
Hey gaiz remember those GFWL client issues you were having…well we didn’t fix those per say but….here is the same shit in a slightly newer skin! PROGRESS
- 2009 – MS: PC gaming still a priority for us!
Okay gaiz look, this time we’re serious about our upcoming push in PC gaming. It’s so vital to us at MS that we give the PC our love and support!
- 2010 – MS: “We’re doubling down on PC gaming
By doubling down we mean we’re keeping this POS GFWL client around because! We might even throw an update at it to fix the problem of game saves being randomly deleted or rendered worthless…maybe.
- 2010 – MS Launches Games for Windows Marketplace
Hey gaiz, we’re making GFWL even better because it’s now called Games for Windows Marketplace. Everything is brand new and easy to use, anonymous journalists have even said it’s better than Steam. We had 3 interns and a janitor work on this, so you know we’re committed!
- 2010 – MS: Windows 8 is going to relaunch gaming!
Hey gaiz, MS again. With Windows 8 we’re totally going to put our full weight behind PC gaming just like we promised back in 2006! Pls be excite.
- 2012 – MS: We won’t ditch GFWL!
We’re committed to PC gaming and we absolutely think GFWL is the best play to get PC games and play with others. Our client is awesome….ly bloated and deletes s**t randomly, but that’s really one of the charms of PC gaming that we captured! It’s a balanced experience! Hope you rike!
- 2013 – MS to discontinue GFWL
Hey gaiz new manager here, so like a bunch of your games might stop working come 2014…but that’s okay! We expect there to be transitions as we build out new investments, but we remain committed to bringing first party gaming services and games to Windows for years to come. We will share more details in the future!
- 2013 – MS promises core first party games coming to PC
We’re so committed we swear!
So yea go ahead and get your hopes up and get excited. In a year or two when none of what they say comes to fruition…I’ll pretend to act shocked.
Microsoft’s Broken PC Gaming Promises was originally published on Something Different
Now, what happened was VS tried to do an automatic update but was stopped by the proxy. I was prompted for credentials and the check took place.
I was inspired to check the TFS server connection just for kicks in case that prompt would possibly establish a connection for the TFS server to tunnel through… lo and behold! It worked!
Remote Network Driver Interface Specification (RNDIS) is a Microsoft proprietary protocol. Devices using a USB connection for downloading and debugging of OS image from Platform Builder use this driver to emulate a network connection. RNDIS driver is required for this purpose.
RNDIS driver is a part of the Windows 7 operating system, but the OS fails to detect it automatically. The following steps will help the user to install the RNDIS driver.