retrofredde
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I have the roms in the RetroPie/roms/amiga directory, but you have to write a shell script to get them to boot from ES, I used the guide posted in this thread:

Then you get the regular file list menu in EmulationStation and the games boot right from there. Perfect! :)

But I would love it if I could exit the emulator with a button (or a button combo, tab+Q mapped to select+start for example) on the controller. My wish is to not have to use the keyboard at all. The C64 emulator have a virtual keyboard which I think work quite okay, and you can map keys to controller button like space, F3, Alt etc, keys that some games use, so with clever mapping you can lie down in the sofa playing Last Ninja. :)