scorp-iusParticipant12/19/2013 at 19:51Post count: 5
Hi! I am a Linux noob an know nothing about it.
so I have some problems and I think its time to ask for some help.
What I got till now:
RetroPie 1.9.1 is installed on a 8GB Class10 SD. runs fine.
Emulationstation works fine, I was able to switch between emulators and played some games. great! :)
I managed (still wondering how :D) to change PIL into Image in the Scraper’s cfg, so the resizing of the images should have worked now.
This are my problems:
in the same menu, where I started the scraper I choose an option which resetted(?) the ES Controller? Dont remember the exact phrase. now i can’t use my Pad in ES.
PS: I think it was “Update my Controller” or similar
I know/think I have to delete ES-input.cfg.
BUT! I cant find it. Where is this &%$&/$ ES-input :P
Please could someone help me out?aksenParticipant12/19/2013 at 23:56Post count: 4
I had a similar problem just now. I’m backing up my roms folders (don’t want to have to re-run es-scraper! Had to do the same PIL/Image text line change that you did).
In my case, I couldn’t find ES-input.cfg either. I had to run this from commandline:
Emulationstation will run you through the initial controller setup the next time you run it.
But weirdly, after doing this I no longer see all menus in emulationstation. It cycles NES -> SNES -> RetroArch Input config, and then it just stays on that “Input” screen. Been playing with my install a lot, now I know what I want, so I’m just reinstalling anyway.scorp-iusParticipant12/20/2013 at 10:30Post count: 5
hi! thanks for you reply
so I will try exact this line:
right? can’tdo this right now ;) but in a few hours I will do it :D
are this some kind of “hidden” folders? because i cant browse them with “ls” or “cd” commands.scorp-iusParticipant12/20/2013 at 21:24Post count: 5
thank you. it helped :)
I really don’t understand where all those folders are and why I cant browse them – but what ever it works again. and I don’t want to ( and obviously never will) become a Linux pro… :)aksenParticipant12/21/2013 at 10:07Post count: 4
I’m glad it worked. I rarely use linux, and am sort of getting back into it to play with emulation. Fun, isn’t it?
I believe that when there is a . at the beginning of a folder name, it is hidden. I could be wrong.
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