It’s just all the text that was shown during the compilation process
Oh. That was lost awhile back, since I closed the window to try out RetroArch. >.>
Doesn´t work for me. Still can´t use “A” to enter the subfolder in the menu of RetroArch.
Well if you followed the guide, you should be able to, I really dunno what to tell you.
Sorry i´m a beginner…
i deleted the config file…
and then tried to copy it:
“scp https://raw.githubusercontent.com/clockworkpi/GameShellDocs/master/retroarch.cfg ~/.config/retroarch/retroarch.cfg”
I re-explained input in the guide, try reading it again I guess I added some more stuff
@fr500, thanks for the easy tutorial! IDK about you, but when I
ssh'd into my GameShell both
build-essentials were up to date - was it not for you?
Anyways, found some old SFCs on my hard drive and SFTP’d them onto my GS, they work like a charm
Excellent setup guide! But there’s one problem. What do you use for the L and R buttons in RetroArch?
The lightkey module…
Or you can copy past the
retroarch.cfg in the same folder :).
Thank you for updating the way to restore the retroarch config file…
That helps me to restore my manual not working keyboard layout to default.
you save my day…
For those who wants to get back the volume configuration, you have to set these lines in
input_volume_down_btn: "subtract" input_volume_up_btn: "add"
Don’t forget to close RetroArch before any modification of this file.
For those who see the black squares in the XMB menu driver:
in RetroArch online updater -> update Assets
ssh to your cpi
git clone https://github.com/libretro/retroarch-assets mv ./retroarch-assets/* /home/cpi/.config/retroarch/assets/ #or wherever you have set your assets directory
You can also bind those from input hotkey binds
I didn’t find it trough the GI, so I did it in commande line :p.
Thank you for this info.
The same thing happened to me too. After following your guide for input setup, A, B, X, Y buttons stop functioning. Deleting retroarch.cfg and copying the default .cfg file did not solve the issue for me.
Edit: FIXED Turning on Unified Menu Controlles fixed the issue.
You must have missed a step.
And if the default cfg doesn’t solve it then it’s not a config issue.
I was able to get into the ssh and I was able to begin the process, but when it came to the cloning part for github I ran into a problem. It said I needed a username and password to login. I used my own username and password, but this did not work and I could not find a username and password in your directions. I am a beginner with retroarch and this kind of programming, so I am trying to learn through the different forum posts on how to do this. I have included a picture of where I got stuck to help explain where I am at.
that’s really weird that shouldn’t happen, ever.
Maybe you’re banned from github for some reason?
Try again I guess
@fr500 I shouldn’t be banned. I just signed up for the account today because it had asked me for a username and password. I created the account because I assumed that it had to be my username and password for github. Is that what you used, your github username and password? Or did I do something wrong in the coding?