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So this is based off of Arch and just lets you play ROMs?

I don't know from which distribution of linux is this system but it is a light one, the system looks like the interface of a PS3. It let you play roms from various consoles like : NES, Neo , gameboy and many others.


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You can take out the memory card and edit the files on your computer and to transfer the roms you need to connect your Pi or system to the same network.

Lakka chose the system that your using and follow the steps then it shows you how to add roms.

I know - it was just a bad joke
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