- devil78Participant02/15/2016 at 20:37Post count: 37
Hi all. I’ve made a custom menu for Emulation Station, used to launch my personal bash script wich use dialog to show informations on the screen. It’s worked perfectly with Retropie 3.3 and earlier versions but, don’t work with 3.4 and 3.5.
The script is closed as if I hold the Escape key… Any Suggestions ?
Can i use runcommand.sh to launch my script?
ThanksrobertybobParticipant02/16/2016 at 11:16Post count: 219
I would assume the reason would be that RP now runs on Jessie? That’s the only major change since 3.3 that I can think of that could use your issue.devil78Participant02/17/2016 at 14:23Post count: 37
Thanks for tha answer, but i think the problem is another… i will try to fix by me !!!labelwhoreParticipant02/17/2016 at 15:31Post count: 526
For what it’s worth, I have a bunch of .sh scripts I launch from within ES. I don’t use runcommand for them and they work fine. The launch command in es_systems.cfg is simply
bash %ROM%. I’m on retropie 3.3 Jessie.devil78Participant02/17/2016 at 18:39Post count: 37
shre labelwhore but i’m on Retropie 3.5 and they don’t work for me!!!labelwhoreParticipant02/17/2016 at 20:07Post count: 526
I just meant to point out that it couldn’t simply be a Jessie issue. Something else is at play here.tipotoParticipant02/18/2016 at 03:36Post count: 43
Some bash commands sometime need additional flag depending on the distro you use. Maybe it’s not the case here, but you never know, you should try to debug your scripts to see if there is any command that doesn’t work anymore.devil78Participant02/18/2016 at 18:45Post count: 37
It’s work when i try to launch from a command line.devil78Participant02/18/2016 at 18:50Post count: 37
I’m, partly solved, only scripts wich use dialog don’t work. I will try whiptail!!!
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