I recently installed Lakka on my Raspberry Pi B+. The only NES cores that show up in the menus are FCEUmm and Nestopia. Neither of these runs fast enough. FCEUmm is nearly fast enough if I severely overclock the Pi. Looking around, it seems that the Quicknes core runs faster than these two, and would be ideal for older RPis. I looked into adding it, and this page: https://www.lakka.tv/doc/packaging-a-libretro-core-for-lakka/ links to a list of cores already packaged by Lakka here: https://github.com/libretro/Lakka/tree/lakka/packages/libretro
That list contains Quicknes. Why is Quicknes not available in Lakka on the Raspberry Pi? (I’m using the latest 2.3.1 build).
Followup question: I love the Lakka project and would like to contribute to it, what can I do to make this core available for everyone using Lakka?