wrzr123Participant08/21/2014 at 14:48Post count: 5
I’m new to RetroPie and at the moment I’m trying to get everything startet. I’ve got to work SNES, PSX and GBC, everything with 2 controllers, but I’m stuck with N64 now.
When I launch a ROM, the resolution changes, but then it falls back to EmulationStation. Following line is printed in the console:
/opt/retropie/supplementary/runcommand/runcommand.sh: line 23: ./mupen64plus: file or directory not found
I got a German locale, so this is just my translation into English. The words could be different for people with an English locale.
The error looks similar to the one with the Segmentation fault (same path, same line) but I guess it’s not the same.
Could it be that I lack the file mupen64plus? Where should it be and where can I get this from? I use the 2.3-image provided here.
Thanks for your help!quik148Participant08/22/2014 at 16:54Post count: 3
I’ve read elsewhere that 2.3 might be the problem. I am having the same issue (new build).wrzr123Participant08/22/2014 at 17:36Post count: 5
Yes, I read that there are lots of problems with mupen64 in the 2.3 build. One of them is the segmentation fault, but this can be fixed with the exchange of the libmupen64plus.so.2.0.0 file. But I don’t have this file at all in my directory, so guess there is more wrong.wrzr123Participant08/22/2014 at 18:35Post count: 5
Okay, now I tried to “reinstall” mupen with the RetroPie-Setup Script. I ran the script, chose Source-based installation, and unchecked every package except the one for for mupen64. At the end of the installation the following error-message occured:
Could not successfully compile Mupen 64 Plus RPi. See debug.log for more details.
So there is a generel problem with the installation I guess. Which debug.log do I have to check?? Where can I find it?GerryGuest08/29/2014 at 07:19Post count: 908
that Topic still open?
i have the same problem :/
i also tried to change the libmupen64plus.so.2.0.0 from an 2.2 build, but even that did not work for me :/ hope someone is soon coming upu with a solution for that, because N64 was the biggest reason to switch to RetroPI, in overall still an awesome Project. thanks for all the time and effort you guys are putting in :) (reference: . )
regards,wrzr123Participant08/29/2014 at 12:32Post count: 5
Topic is still open, I could not resolve the error yet!
In the meantime I could find out how to read the log-file from the installation, but that didn’t help either. I couldn’t find any error-message at all in it…tounchGuest09/01/2014 at 15:41Post count: 908
I’ve the same problem :(gerryGuest09/03/2014 at 06:02Post count: 908
for me, the exchange of the libmupen64plus.so.2.0.0 which i could find here in the forum did not work :/
i know you do your best and i hope with the new release or an update it will work soon.
so long my retropie will remain in a corner of my room :DtounchGuest09/03/2014 at 15:13Post count: 908
where did you find the libmupen64plus.so.2.0.0 file ?
Thxshywolf28Guest09/03/2014 at 21:27Post count: 908GerryGuest09/04/2014 at 02:47Post count: 908
same here, but for me it did not work :/
maybe lack of linux skills, but the file acutally was exchangeddizzycrosbyParticipant09/05/2014 at 02:04Post count: 9
Changing the libmupen64plus.so.2.0.0 file did not help me. Same issue. I can get it to run from the command line but not from Emulationstation.
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