Retroarch add cores manually
RetroArch is available for Ubuntu via a PPA maintained by the RetroArch developers. Start off by adding it to your system. $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libretro/stable. Then, update Apt for the new source. $ sudo apt update. Finally, install RetroArch and all associated packages for a complete and fully functional install.
Before you start doing anything, you need to download some files namely: The RetroArch VPK () This comes in at around 170MB and contains all cores (RetroArch-speak for emulators) available for the PSVita which range from NES to Genesis to NeoGeo and much moreFor a full list of cores, check out this GBATemp thread; A two part article series about what the Vita can emulate can be accessed from ...CONFIG: Add option to (force-)write current core options to disk (Quick Menu) CORE INFO CACHE: Remove core path from core info cache. Should make core info caches portable now (for example: you can move RetroArch to a separate dir and they would still work). INPUT/OVERLAY: Fix overlay input when analog to digital mapping is enabled.If you run your other Retroarch cores using the Vulkan video driver, then you may encounter problems with both of these N64 cores. Namely, neither core works with the Vulkan driver by default. Firstly, if you want to use Mupen64, then you need to manually switch your video drivers (Settings -> Drivers -> Video) to "gl" rather than "vulkan".
SONY PlayStation Classic RetroArch cores. If you want to try out the latest nightlie builds built directly from Libretro sources…. Click here.Guides, Gameplay, Tips and Tricks to help players in Games ... Comments on: RetroArch RetroArch Adding More Cores to Steam Version Guide