jimmifettParticipant03/15/2015 at 15:02Post count: 3
Running 2.6.0 on an rpi2.
Trying to get Star Tropics working under NES, updated Retropie script, installed Nestopia, now emulation station keep throwing an error for all NES games.
/opt/retropie/supplementary/runcommand/runcommand.sh: line 203: _SYS_: command not found
steps from fresh image installation:
Update Retropie Script (installs some xml thing)
Install individuals emulators from bin or source
attempt to run any NES game, get above error.
-JimFloobMember03/15/2015 at 15:18Post count: 1629
Does that game not work under /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/nes/?jimmifettParticipant03/15/2015 at 16:56Post count: 3
Star Tropics 1/2 use MMC6 vs MMC3. Apparently some emulators have problems with this. Star Tropics for instance, get stuck at name registration, making game unplayable. Nestopia supposedly has this working.gizmo98Participant03/15/2015 at 16:58Post count: 452
There is a color palette core option.
RetroPie-Setup script was massively overhauled last week. I think we have reached a point of no return for retropie 2.6.0 images. It is necessary to do at least a binary update before you can do source based installations again. A binary update can overwrite all of your changes. So please think twice before you do a binary update. Always do a backup before you update.cacophony555Participant03/15/2015 at 17:37Post count: 126jimmifettParticipant03/15/2015 at 18:34Post count: 3
Performed a full binary installation, seemed to fix the error message I was getting.
Unfortunately, still having issues with star tropics. Load the lr-nestopia core, load the rom, and it totally freaks out.
Perhaps star tropics will just not be playable, unless someone else can get it working with fceumm.taalasParticipant03/19/2015 at 17:15Post count: 56
I ran into the same problems when updating/installing lr-genesis-plus-gx.
I previously had updated ES and the simple theme, installing emulator cores breaks es_systems.cfg due to the new emulator choosing mechanics I think.
If I perform a binary update (meaning the first point in the setup script, right?) what do I loose in terms of configuration?
Thanks!AnonymousInactive03/27/2015 at 00:33Post count: 5
Any update to this? I get the same issue when running a binary update on Snes9x-next
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