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A program must be compiled for the processor it is running on. All Raspberry Pis have an ARM processor. The installation procedure tells you that it isn't available for this architecture (arm64) but only for intel/amd processors (amd64). So melonDS cannot run on Raspberry Pis. You may think to run it as virtual machine on a virtual manager, but that is ...


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Use sudo ./install.sh --compact-kernel for the install command, like the error suggests you do. An sudo apt install build-essential may be an idea to ensure you have all the pieces installed and checking that the kernel-headers-5.10.11-v71+ however it is named for your running kernel is installed or it will never build.


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FIXED! Reference link: https://github.com/MichaIng/DietPi/issues/2497 Turns out as my console showed, one of the partial file was corrupted so I removed the lists folder as shown in the reference link: sudo rm -r /var/lib/apt/lists/* After removing all the files and partial folder, I did another sudo apt-get update and this time everything updated correctly. ...


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There are instructions on how to install build MelonDS from source in the creator's GitHub page: github.com/Arisotura/melonDS


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The moment a network terminal becomes unresponsive it's usually already disconnected on the other end, so you're not installing anything anymore. Closing the disconnected terminal window will then have no effect. Note that interrupting an installation like that may lead to problems, especially when updating system packages such as the kernel. You should try ...


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You make it too complicated if you need more space fine but this separate partitions idea is not needed. Once you have it setup on the Pi 4 there is tool in the menus called SD Card Imager I think it is called. Use this with the sd card as the source and the SSD as the destination, choosing the Use Random UUIDs option will ensure the card and SSD have ...


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