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  • Anonymous
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    I am using the latest Retropie for Pi B+. I had zero issue with Stella before. This time, I had a few growing pains with the GBA one, since /opt tells me permission denied on my ftp client.

    But, I got it sorted bios wise. What I cannot fix, however, is my stella-libretro. I start any game, and it has a screen that looks like two blue bars that run on both sides of the screen, getting closer to the middle. A noise plays. Then it fades to black, and I get a horrid humming noise. If I change it to normal stella, it just tells me it cannot create game, ect. It’s a list of things it cannot create.

    Now, I put my stuff in the roms/2600 folder. Please, how do I fix this? I miss my 2600 games working.

    Anonymous
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    Alright. This may or may not help. The exact error I get, when I try switching to stella, rather than lr-stella is:
    Cannot create game enter rom name here Cannot create console in default folder with all games
    IS this of any use? Does it explain anything? I made sure stella itself was installed by going to prompt and doing the sudo apt-get install stella. Said it already had the latest version.

    drvenkman
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    Okay, the two bars (vertical bars?) sound like what happens when you turn on a VCS without a cartridge inserted, or when you pull a cart from a running system. Do you have a permissions problem with your roms or the directory they’re stored in?

    Anonymous
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    [quote=100836]Okay, the two bars (vertical bars?) sound like what happens when you turn on a VCS without a cartridge inserted, or when you pull a cart from a running system. Do you have a permissions problem with your roms or the directory they’re stored in?

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    No permission erros. It’s in the atari2600 rom folder. Lets me move games in and out, and even delete ones from the ftp with no problem.

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