Is there any reference about how to listen to a key press from terminal?
I am creating some scripts and I want, at some point to show a message and wait for a key pess so I assume that is basically listening to GPIO inputs
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- Sun 28 Apr 2019 12:16
- Forum: Tutorials and support
- Topic: Listening to key press events from python/bash/shell
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Hopefully this won't be so painfull for Retrostone 2 When I first discovered the Retrostone I thought that the OS support were going to be better that just relying on Retroorange Pi and legacy kernels... if you need something different like lakka, or configuring armbian from scratch, there is no off...
I am trying to create a tailored unix distro for my retrostone, I am not that happy with the RetrOrangePi and I preffer to create one on my own probably using H3 version of Lakka or maybe configuring RetroPie from scratch. After burning the .IMG, only the HDMI works and that is probably because I ne...