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'''This Guide is for MythGame for MythTV 0.19 or later.'''
 
'''This Guide is for MythGame for MythTV 0.19 or later.'''
 
= Information =
 
  
 
This guide describes only the installation, general setup, pc games and use of MythGame. If you need a guide how to setup different emulators in MythGame look at: [[Configuring MythGame Emulation]].
 
This guide describes only the installation, general setup, pc games and use of MythGame. If you need a guide how to setup different emulators in MythGame look at: [[Configuring MythGame Emulation]].
  
== MythGame ==
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= What is MythGame =
 
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=== What is MythGame ===
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MythGame is a starter for games and emulators, so they can be run from within MythTV. To use it you need a game emulator and ROMS for each game. Alternatively, you need PC-Games which can be started.
 
MythGame is a starter for games and emulators, so they can be run from within MythTV. To use it you need a game emulator and ROMS for each game. Alternatively, you need PC-Games which can be started.
  
=== Compiling & Installation ===
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= Compiling & Installation =
  
 
Get the Plugins from the SVN Server:
 
Get the Plugins from the SVN Server:
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  make install
 
  make install
  
=== Configuration ===
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= Configuration =
  
 
In MythTV you can configure Mythgame. In the general Settings normally you don't need to change anything.
 
In MythTV you can configure Mythgame. In the general Settings normally you don't need to change anything.
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Most emulators that MythGame calls can use a keyboard or joystick, but some can also use an LIRC remote. Each emulator has its own quirks and are covered on the [[Configuring MythGame Emulation | MythGame emulator setup page]]
 
Most emulators that MythGame calls can use a keyboard or joystick, but some can also use an LIRC remote. Each emulator has its own quirks and are covered on the [[Configuring MythGame Emulation | MythGame emulator setup page]]
  
=== Emulation Setup ===
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= Emulation Setup =
  
 
To Setup different Emulators look at the guide: [[Configuring MythGame Emulation]]
 
To Setup different Emulators look at the guide: [[Configuring MythGame Emulation]]
  
=== PC-Game Setup ===
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= PC-Game Setup =
  
 
To Setup PC Games Create a Directory with Scripts which run your different PC Games. (for example: /usr/games/scripts). You also can link the game executable to this directory if you don't want to create a script.
 
To Setup PC Games Create a Directory with Scripts which run your different PC Games. (for example: /usr/games/scripts). You also can link the game executable to this directory if you don't want to create a script.

Revision as of 20:38, 27 August 2011

This Guide is for MythGame for MythTV 0.19 or later.

This guide describes only the installation, general setup, pc games and use of MythGame. If you need a guide how to setup different emulators in MythGame look at: Configuring MythGame Emulation.

What is MythGame

MythGame is a starter for games and emulators, so they can be run from within MythTV. To use it you need a game emulator and ROMS for each game. Alternatively, you need PC-Games which can be started.

Compiling & Installation

Get the Plugins from the SVN Server:

svn co http://cvs.mythtv.org/svn/trunk/mythplugins

go into the mythplugins directory, configure, compile & install:

cd mythplugins
./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-all --enable-mythgame
make
make install

Configuration

In MythTV you can configure Mythgame. In the general Settings normally you don't need to change anything.

Input Device Setup

Most emulators that MythGame calls can use a keyboard or joystick, but some can also use an LIRC remote. Each emulator has its own quirks and are covered on the MythGame emulator setup page

Emulation Setup

To Setup different Emulators look at the guide: Configuring MythGame Emulation

PC-Game Setup

To Setup PC Games Create a Directory with Scripts which run your different PC Games. (for example: /usr/games/scripts). You also can link the game executable to this directory if you don't want to create a script.

Then you have to create a game-player which runs your scripts.

Player Name: PC-GAMES 
Type: Other
Command: %s
Rom Path: /usr/games/scripts