I created this script for myself. It was needed as I have had to install reinstall many versions of Linux to make sure thing work.
It will setup a 15khz desktop resolution. This resolution is persistent, it will be there on every boot. Download all dependencies needed to compile. Then it will compile, install and load up RetroArch.
All of this is automated with only the need to enter your password and video output ID - connected devices are displayed on the screen to help. Once these two steps have been done, you can sit back and relax.
This is only designed for all flavours of debian. I would suggest using Lubuntu as it seems the best one for CrtSwitchRes. But I’ll leave that decision to you guys.
Also MME4CRT now supports all types of video output IDs. I have created a pull request to merge, However, there are a lot of changes and tones of new files. This is due to the Raspberry PI implementation. So it may take a while to merge.
You can find the script here. Place the mme4crtsetup.sh in your home folder “/home/username” load up a terminal windows and just type “bash mme4crtsetup.sh”
It takes around 15 minutes to start playing games. Under 10 minutes if you have an SSD.
Here is a video of the whole process.