I started with a  Binary based installation as shown below:
After completion, I ventured off into the  SETUP menu:
I added the following to my setup:
- Install Latest Raspberry Pi firmware
- Start Emulationstation on boot?
- Configure audio settings: HDMI (as I don’t plan on using analogue)
- Install and configure SAMBA shares (Might come in handy later)
- Install driver and tools for PS3 controllers (My preferred option)
After completing, I rebooted straight into Aloshi’s EmulationStation and configured my default input (Keyboard).
As I’ve already installed SAMBA, I copied in my Doom.WAD files from my Steam installation folder into \RAVAGEdoom:
Tipprboom.wad is not a playable .WAD file, however it is needed for loading real Doom .WAD files – don’t remove it!
Doom via prboom accepts mp3’s in this directory to use for in-game music. Daniel Tidwell has a great cover of “e1m1” titled At “Doom’s Gate (E1M1) – Instrumental Version” for free @ danieltidwell.com
I decided to update the theme to the original artwork:
There’s a bit of a love it or hate it when it comes to the community themes. Some are really great (PlayStation, Master System) and some are either non-existent (N64, Mega CD) or not to everyone’s taste (Genesis).
Files are stored in: ~/home/pi/.emulationstation/themes/
They consist of an XML file (split into normal and basic) and a subdirectory containing artwork.
On the same idea path as the Doom theme, I updated / created N64, Mega CD, Sega Mega Drive (Genesis) and Super Famicom (SNES) to suit my preferences: