Hi BZZ, just as an example. When I download LAKKA for PC 64-bit (the download has around 300-400 Megabyte), I can use ETCHER to write the image to an USB thumbdrive. When I boot the PC from the USB thumbdrive, I can enter a command (i think it was 'installer') and then I get the option to install LAKKA to another device, e.g. HDD or SSD. If I don't add the command 'installer' LAKKA opens as Live environment.
I wished something similar would be possible with BATOCERA as well, as I can't imagine that a whole distro needs to be downloaded again, to install BATOCERA to another device, as it is now, when BATOCERA is working and you decide to install it to another device.
I used different USB WiFi adapter, none worked, even Edimax EW-7811Un, which is known to work very well on Raspberry Pi 2. That's why I asked, which USB WLAN adapter is known to work well in BATOCERA.
Regarding the password change for the account 'root', when using PuTTY to access BATOCERA via SSH ... maybe I am blind, but I did not manage to change the random password at all.
You can always take the HDD or SSD and plug it to your PC and use ETCHER to install LAKKA, RECALBOX or BATOCERA I suppose. I miss the USB installer in RECALBOX and BATOCERA. This would avoid to unplug and replug the HDD or SDD every time, specially if it's an ITX case and the unplug and replug takes time.
Regarding Dreamcast and PSP performance ... I use a Pentium G3220T CPU with 2 cores at 2,60 MHz and the respective Intel HD GFX, which is implemented in the Pentium CPU.
PSP and Dreamcast is suprinsingly running very well compared to LAKKA, though I just used it on a standard monitor with 1280x1024 resolution, instead of on a TV with Ultra HD resolution. I noticed only some slowdowns, where emulation didn't run at full speed.
Would it make sense or help to add more cores via a Core i5 CPU and plug an NVIDIA graphics card or is that a waste of money?