I'm new to linux so I'm having some problems.
I installed higan emulator (I'm running a virtual machine with Ubuntu 14.10 in a windows 8 notebook) to play some SNES games but at launch it said I had some problem with OpenGL 3.2 and it asked me to change in Settings->Advanced Options. The problem is that higan only gives me a black screen and a library screen. So how am I supposed to access settings? (there is no button, no nothing).
Searching in internet I found the Settings.bml file (~/.config/higan folder) and changed the Driver: OpenGL space to Driver: SDL and I could run the game just fine. But now I need to map my USB controller to play the game. There is a input.bml file but I don't know what to write to map my controller.
So, can someone help me
- open/find the settings in Higan, so i can use the program's mapping tool
- teach how to manually map the controller? (what do I write in the input.bml file?)