Here are a few basic steps to help trouble shoot your NetBack up setup, primarily focused on the client side conf and issue testing.
Collection of commands to check file system formatting and create new partitions.
Tar(tape archive) is a tool that allows us to bundle files together in a single file. It also provides us a few different ways to compress files for easier transport.
File sizes in Linux can be a nightmare, if you’re not fluent in bytes. These should help make things more human readable..
Since this took me a few tries to finally put together and get a working I thought I’d post what finally worked for me. I’m using Ubuntu 17.10, which now fully utilizes my laptop’s built in graphics card. I’m also using generic SNES controller I bought off of ebay to play NES and SNES games.
I found a great article on setting up Ubuntu to utilize your laptop’s built in graphics card, rather than the built in INTEL CPU/GPU.
Within Linux the DD is a standard tool to write and wipe disks.
We can use it to perform DOD style disk wipes, or simply load an ISO to an SD card.