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README.md

libretro-pcsx2-launcher

Based on libretro-dolphin-launcher.

Launch Sony PlayStation 2 games through PCSX2, directly from RetroArch.

Dolphin Launcher Screenshot

Installation

  1. Compile the core
git clone https://github.com/coldscientist/libretro-pcsx2-launcher.git
cd libretro-pcsx2-launcher
make
  1. Copy the core file to the RetroArch cores directory
cp dolphin_launcher_libretro.so /usr/lib/libretro/pcsx2_launcher_libretro.so
cp dolphin_launcher_libretro.info /usr/share/libretro/info/pcsx2_launcher_libretro.info
  1. Make sure PCSX2 is installed. You should be able to run at least one of the following commands:
PCSX2
flatpak run net.pcsx2.PCSX2

Usage

  1. Scan Sony PlayStation 2 games in RetroArch

  2. Launch the games directly from the RetroArch menu

  3. Alternatively, you can run games through the command line

retroarch -L pcsx2_launcher_libretro.so Crash.iso

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