Silly question, but have you tried another rom? And another emulator with the said rom?
For now, try going into the gameshell settings, going into Retroarch core manager and deleting PocketSNES.
Even though it’s a standalone, I’m fairly sure the core manager just scans whatever is in the ~/apps/emulator directory and lets you nuke it; unless it’s on the exception list.
It’s for this reason I change my retroarch cores to be in a different directory.
Once you get rid of it, try to run a game, using the default action.config file. If you have the correct SO_URL, it will download the file that guu is hosting, and will install the correct file.
Try setting your skin to the default gameshell theme. There could be a skin conflict messing with things.
When you say you can’t run PocketSNES from Retroarch, what are you actually trying to do? You can’t make the standalone just work with Retroarch. Unless I’m mistaken, I can’t find PocketSNES in the buildbot list for Retroarch SNES cores that are compatible with armv7 neon HF. See here.
Are you getting confused with how Retroarch works with cores? And looking at some of your other posts, have you accidentally put the wrong file in ~/apps/emulators, ie possibly something pulled from the master file/source code?
I don’t know what version of the clockwork OS you’re using, what you’ve installed, what you’ve changed, and I guess anything really about your system. If you can provide more information, that would help. It’s like calling a mechanic, and saying “My car won’t start. I’ve tried everything.”
You’ve cross posted in two threads in a sense again. Did you want to just, discuss things in one, or keep doing it in both? It’s not the first time you’ve done it, and I’m going to a) just end up repeating myself, b) make it harder for other people down the track who try to search for this problem, and c) I don’t know which post’s information you have read/have referred to, since the content of each reply I’ve given is completely different.