I think this page is quite out of date so I would like to edit it. A Retroarch developer has recently written a new guide with lots of information which could be useful for the Arch wiki too: http://www.libretro.com/index.php/getting-started-with-retroarch/ Pepedopolous (talk) 14:12, 31 December 2015 (UTC)
- Yes, please and thanks in advance. See Help:Editing and Help:Style first if you are not familiar with Arch wiki.--Fengchao (talk) 06:34, 2 January 2016 (UTC)
I think the Usage section of this article is out of date or just wrong considering the way Retroarch is designed. By default, Retroarch creates a config directory and file in the user's /home. Then all cores, shaders, and other resources can be installed and updated via the programs online updater. There is no need to install cores to /usr/lib/ from the AUR. For advanced features, there are one or two config directories that need to be created and specified in the config file. I would completely replace the Usage section and make a note that there still exist libretro core packages on the AUR.Pepedopolous (talk) 10:25, 28 March 2016 (UTC)
No Core Found Out of date
"No cores found"
"By default RetroArch will attempt to find cores in /usr/lib/libretro/."
This section seems to be out of date. As of a fresh install of libretro with cores from the official repos I found that the default folder for cores was actually `~/.config/retroarch/cores` Jasminabasurita (talk) 22:32, 15 September 2018 (UTC)