karloss
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Infact, I have just updated my dreamcast.sh file with –


#!/bin/bash
pushd /opt/retropie/emulators/reicast
echo Reading the entire Reicast emulator into memory to execute from there...
sudo mkdir tmpfs
sudo mount -o size=450M -t tmpfs none tmpfs/
sudo cp -v * tmpfs/
cd tmpfs
sudo aoss ./reicast.elf -config config:homedir=/home/pi -config config:image="$1"
cd ..
echo Ensuring any freshly-created VMUs are owned by pi and not root...
sudo chown -R pi:pi .reicast
echo Freeing up memory...
sudo umount /opt/retropie/emulators/reicast/tmpfs
sudo rm -rf tmpfs
popd

and now my games won’t boot?

I just tried setting the esystems back to the standard launch and that doesn’t work either

<system>
    <fullname>Dreamcast</fullname>
    <name>dreamcast</name>
    <path>~/RetroPie/roms/dreamcast</path>
    <extension>.cdi .CDI</extension>
    <command>/opt/retropie/supplementary/runcommand/runcommand.sh 0 _SYS_ dreamcast %ROM%</command>
    <platform>dreamcast</platform>
    <theme>dreamcast</theme>
  </system>'

I will try and reinstall and see what happens.. :(