Hello dear Forum.
I have my raspberry pi 2B for almost a week now and I installed retropie V3.0 Beta 4.
However, Almost daily i had do format my SD card and write the image on it again because i had daily issues with retropie.
So I was thinking maybe I dont write it correct on The sd card?
Is there a proper tutorial on how to do it all on linux?
I am using Linux Mint and after i downloaded the image all i had to do was unzip it, then right clicking it and chose the option create bootable image.
Thank you, but I still cant get it to work. I watched and read 4 different tutorials by now and I get always errors that it cannot find the device or something like that. I made sure to write my correct device and so on.
EDIT: Finally got it to work… HOWEVER nothing happens…
Great.. so after I did exactly what was in the tutorial and waited patiend until the image was done, I put the micro sd in my rpi2 and… nothing happens. Nothing at all.
So i tried to put it back into my pc and I cant even format it now. I dont now if I have to mount it back or not.
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