Still confused. The directory structure visible in Cyber duck doesn’t match what I can see though the command line. E.g. I can’t see the /opt/retropie/config or /opt/retropie/emulators directories at all, which is where retroarch.cfg is. This is a pain because I wanted to edit the file on a GUI, not through shell script as I barely know it.
Aside from that I’ve added two lines to retroarch.cfg through shell script:
Input_enable_hotkey_btn = “11”
Input_exit_emulator_btn = “10”
This aparrently should allow me to exit the emulator using select and start, but it doesn’t work.