joelonesParticipant02/26/2015 at 19:49Post count: 6
I’ve configured mupen64plus and it seems to work fine however, I’m struggling to get the load save state working.
I can confirm that the save state shortcut does indeed create a file in ~/.local. When I attempt to load the saved state I see mupen64plus restart itself and then exit back to ES.
I think I notice an error, “Bus error…” but I can’t be sure ’cause it’s there for a split second and then quits to ES. Not sure where the log is for mupen64plus…
I’m using the retro 2.6 img for RPi2.
ThankscakelolParticipant02/28/2015 at 14:43Post count: 2
I experience the same issue. All I could see as well was some sort of Bus error.
Also on 2.6 IMG on the Pi 2. Saving appears to work fine – I don’t see any message about it ingame, but I see the files that are created (in my case on a mounted NFS share so I can continue to play in another room on another device).
I was thinking about permissions of the savestates…but they are fine imo.joelonesParticipant02/28/2015 at 18:16Post count: 6
Thanks for the reply, at least I know it’s not only me.
Hopefully someone will post a solution.cakelolParticipant03/02/2015 at 18:28Post count: 2
I just succeeded in this problem.
I just made a complete binary update yesterday and, after completely reconfiguring my controllers for mupen64plus, I can now successfully save and load. Maybe give that a try. Takes a few hours, but totally worth it.
Oh, and maybe back up your mupen64 .cfg and input-file before you do that.joelonesParticipant03/03/2015 at 01:52Post count: 6
Thanks for the reply, going to do a binary update and hopefully fixes it for me as well.
Edit: seems like I still get the same bus error ;(
The error seems to be coming from”
/opt/retropie/supplementary/runcommand/runcommand.sh Bus ErrortrumadParticipant03/23/2015 at 21:11Post count: 3
I’m also struggling with this. Let us know if there’s any solution!robofruitParticipant04/10/2015 at 10:29Post count: 14
I am having this problem too, tried a binary install and it didn’t help :o(
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