maynerParticipant01/27/2016 at 16:17Post count: 25
i’ve tried to install dxx-rebirth with the retropie-setup script. after all is done and i’m back in the setup menu and want to go back to emulation station there is these message:
`Could not successfully build DXX-Rebirth (Descent & Descent 2) build from source (/home/pi/RetroPie-Setup/tmp/build/dxx-rebirth/d1x-rebirth/d1x-rebirth not found).
in an other thread a user could fix the problem after updating retropie, but this doesnÄt work for my. i had installed retropie 3.3 and updated yesterday to the current version (first the setup script, after that retropie).
whats wrong with dxx-rebirth?
maynerpetrockblogKeymaster01/27/2016 at 18:35Post count: 1827
without the build log impossible to say (it’s in the logs/ folder)petrockblogKeymaster01/27/2016 at 18:36Post count: 1827
please upload it somewhere or use pastebin.com or similar and I’ll take a look.maynerParticipant01/27/2016 at 20:48Post count: 25
ok here is the log. i could not upload it on pastebin because of spam (??) in the log.petrockblogKeymaster01/27/2016 at 21:17Post count: 1827
Where is the log ? It was attached but then it went – did you remove it ? (unless somehow I accidentally clicked delete). Please use an external site for the log – did you uncompress before pasting into pastebin etc ?herbfargusMember01/27/2016 at 21:36Post count: 1858
Even if pastebin says its spam you can enter a captcha to allow it. But you have to extract it to a text file first with 7zip or equivalent and then copy the text over manually into pastebin.maynerParticipant01/28/2016 at 14:07Post count: 25petrockblogKeymaster01/28/2016 at 15:28Post count: 1827
missing dependency – install libraspberrypi-dev and it should build.petrockblogKeymaster01/28/2016 at 15:31Post count: 1827
retropie-setup script has been updated, so you can update and try againmaynerParticipant01/28/2016 at 16:58Post count: 25petrockblogKeymaster01/31/2016 at 19:28Post count: 1827
I’m not sure. If you create an image of your sdcard and share it with me via google drive or something I can take a look (buzz [at] exotica.org.uk)petrockblogKeymaster01/31/2016 at 19:30Post count: 1827
please make sure your system is up to date also –
sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
are you running wheezy or jessie ?maynerParticipant02/01/2016 at 16:24Post count: 25
i’ve made an upgrade, but still the same.
can i install it without the setup script and link it to emulation station manually?petrockblogKeymaster02/01/2016 at 19:29Post count: 1827
you can try – but you may have the same problem – I think something is wrong with your development headers or something related. Another route would be to start with our image and try building it on there as that should work. Or provide me with an image of your card so I can check it.petrockblogKeymaster02/01/2016 at 23:07Post count: 1827
Sorry – I can actually confirm the issue – maybe I broke it with some recent changes will check and get back to you. Actually, I think it could be due to upstream changes…petrockblogKeymaster02/01/2016 at 23:30Post count: 1827
It’s to do with upstream changes. I didn’t think about that before, as I had built it only a few days ago. I am debugging now, to report the problem to the developers, and then I will temporarily switch our module to build a version before it stopped working.petrockblogKeymaster02/02/2016 at 00:46Post count: 1827
ok. I have debugged it and opened a bug report and updated the retropie-setup script to use an older revision. should build if you update retropie-setup firtmaynerParticipant02/02/2016 at 07:06Post count: 25
Ok, i’ll test it when i’m a home.
just because its interesting: is there a guide or so how i can create a new point in the emulation station menu to open programs i’ve installed without the setup-script?
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