- TonyGuest07/07/2014 at 03:20Post count: 908
So to edit the settings on gpsp, you have to leave emulation station and open gpsp via command line. Gpsp loads in fine, I open the config and set video filtering off, then set controls. To test, I load and run a rom. Rom runs with no filtering and correct controls. Ok, check. Use the emulator menu to exit.
This should save the settings, but when I load emulation station or gpsp again, all settings have reverted back to default.
I read somewhere that there should be a gpsp.cfg file somewhere but it’s not in the emulators folder when I remote into the pi from my computer.
Any help would be appreciated, it’s hard to play with blurry graphics and the B/A buttons reversed haha. Thanks!TonyGuest07/07/2014 at 03:23Post count: 908
Should mention that I am using the version 2.1 of retropie from July 4th I think. New emulation station is pretty great.zsprawlParticipant07/07/2014 at 03:33Post count: 57
Move to version 2.2 and run:
sudo chown pi -R /opt/retropie/configs/capemanParticipant07/07/2014 at 04:13Post count: 10
Question though, are the cfg files for gpsp saved in the folder you had me set permissions for above? there is no gba folder in the /opt/retropie/configs/ folder…
There appear to be some config files in the /opt/retropie/emulators/gpsp/raspberrypi folder… but when i make changes to the files, they don’t affect the emulator when it runs on the pi.
I just want to make sure theres a way i can change this out without having to flash my drive and reinstall 2.2, did a lot of work making my 2.1 install good, don’t want to have to redo everything (unless there is a way to upgrade without losing all my settings).
Thanks for your help.smatticusParticipant07/07/2014 at 04:42Post count: 51
You can edit config in gsps by hitting “select” and “r” in a game and then change setting there. F10 on a keyboard does the same. Not sure about the saving of the settingscapemanParticipant07/07/2014 at 04:44Post count: 10
Nevermind. Your fix works, but you have to take out the configs folder and run the ownership change command on the entire retropie folder, since the config files for gpsp are not saved in the configs folder.
This is definitely related to the bug in ownership that popped up in 2.1.
Already knew about the select/R menu option, problem was it wasn’t saving the config files on emulator exit, all settings would default when gpsp was closed and loaded again.dem1980Participant07/07/2014 at 21:47Post count: 18
In my case, i had to do :
sudo chmod 777 /opt/retropie/emulators/gpsp/raspberrypi/gpsp.cfg
sudo chmod -R 777 /opt/retropie/emulators/gpsp/raspberrypi/
gpsp config file is in this directory in 2.2 for me.JemallGuest07/22/2014 at 13:55Post count: 908
THX TO zsprawl
You helped me alot :)))
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