civ4everParticipant01/20/2015 at 02:31Post count: 3
I have installed RetroPie from the disk image. I am using the iBuffalo USB gamepads that work fine on my Windows PC. When starting emulationstation, I cannot get past the “OK” after setting the buttons on the gamepad. I’ve tried pressing buttons, holding buttons, pressing buttons on the keyboard, nothing works. This also occurred with the keyboard. No es_input.cfg file has ever been written. I’ve been Googling and tearing my hair out trying to figure this out. Please help. Thanks.RooParticipant01/20/2015 at 02:47Post count: 211
I have that same gamepad, I’ll try to help.
When you first boot the Pi does it still go to the “configure your gamepad” screen? If there’s really no es_input.cfg it should. If it doesn’t I would recommend you re-image the SD card with the RetroPie image.
If it does go to the “configure your gamepad” screen, does it say “1 gamepad detected?” if it does, hold a button to start and then after you press up, down, left, right, a, b, start, select, l and r, the “ok” button should be highlighted. just press “a”
I feel like we’re playing Contra….civ4everParticipant01/20/2015 at 02:50Post count: 3
Yes, when I boot the RPi, it goes to the configure screen.
Nothing happens when I press anything on the OK button, that’s the issue.RooParticipant01/20/2015 at 02:54Post count: 211
So you get through configuring all the controls, all the way to OK at the bottom? And then you press “A” and it doesn’t work?
Whatever button you configured as “A” (I highly recommend you configure “A” as “A”) – it worked once to configure it – just press it again to accept.civ4everParticipant01/20/2015 at 03:53Post count: 3
Not really sure what I did, but I walked away, installed some updates, and rebooted a couple times. Finally got it working. I had honestly hit “A” before.escherParticipant04/24/2015 at 11:46Post count: 17
I’m having the same problem, but with a ZD USB Encoder (board adapter for real arcade buttons).
With Retropie 2.3 I can configure the button mapping fot the emulationstation without problems, but with newer versions of retropie such as 2.6 I can’t configure.
When I start a fresh installation of RPIE it asks me to hold a button to configure controls, this part is OK, I hold a button and start mapping the buttons, the problem begins when I have finished configuring the button mapping, it take me back to the top button of the list (up axis) and it stays there as (Axis -2) and I can’t move down or up to the list so I can reach the “OK” button to save the config.
Configuring a keyboard for this feature is ok, but I need to configure the arcade stick and buttons for this project.
Anyone is having the same problem ?v0haParticipant04/27/2015 at 14:31Post count: 1
Please tell me you have found a solution as I have the same issue (new to retropie – just started playing with it yesterday). Have a defender gamepad (http://eng.defender-global.com/products/game/gamepad/game-racer-turbo-rs3/). When I boot up – retropie detects my gamepad. Then when I hold any button to configure I can configure all buttons but instead of going to OK (checked it with keyboard 0 works fine) setup goes to UP button and not allowing me to do anything. Tries with latest 2.6 and 3.0b2.linton149Participant04/29/2015 at 19:02Post count: 3
[quote=96289]Please tell me you have found a solution as I have the same issue (new to retropie – just started playing with it yesterday). Have a defender gamepad (http://eng.defender-global.com/products/game/gamepad/game-racer-turbo-rs3/). When I boot up – retropie detects my gamepad. Then when I hold any button to configure I can configure all buttons but instead of going to OK (checked it with keyboard 0 works fine) setup goes to UP button and not allowing me to do anything. Tries with latest 2.6 and 3.0b2.[/quote]
I have the exact same problem as you. Stuck trying to configure controller in emulation station by being stuck at the top of the menu. Feels like UP is constantly being pressed.
I’m using PS2 controller with USB adaptors that worked on a RPi 1 with older version of retropie.
Seems a big bug has slipped in… gutted as I bought a RPi2 to use RetroPie :(
MarkescherParticipant04/30/2015 at 13:04Post count: 17
I found out that this is not a problem with the “RetroPie” project, but with the newer Emulationstation versions (2.X).
I’ve already reported this “bug” on the official Emulationstation’s GitHub bug report page: https://github.com/Aloshi/EmulationStation/issues/445
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