11/16/2015 at 23:56
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One quick way is to run a script in the background checking for the existence of a few processes. The bash script should work if you use all RetroArch emulators, and will play random mp3s in the background until a game is launched.
#!/bin/bash while true; do RA=$(pgrep retroarch) ES=$(pgrep emulationstat) M123=$(pgrep mpg123) if [ "$RA" ]; then pkill mpg123 elif [ ! "$RA" ] && [ ! "$M123" ] && [ "$ES" ]; then mpg123 -q -Z ~/RetroPie/media/mp3/* &>/dev/null & fi sleep 1 done