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  • whettingstone
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    I got the latest image from the site but it seems that version was 2.0.0 RC1 and as I understand that is very old.

    Is there a newer image? Could someone supply a newer one?

    Or should I build from sources?
    If I already have an installation (like above) can I do the “build from sources” in retropie setup or will that screw up my installation?

    If I choose to do the “install from sources” how much time does that take on the RPi2 to complete? I understand it takes somewhere around 10 – 20 hours on RPi1.

    Anonymous
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    Buzz has created images that people have been using / testing:

    Original Image:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_knGioK16E6c0d4MDZCRUlqclU/view?usp=sharing

    Updated Image:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_knGioK16E6bkZ1M1VrQjZuR1E&authuser=0

    I suggest you follow the compatibility thread https://www.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/raspberry-pi-2-compatibility/page/5/ as this is where people appear to be posting about Pi2 compatibility and problems.

    Don’t expect those images to be problem free. Bugs etc are being fixed as they are discovered. I haven’t built from sources as I found the images more useful.

    whettingstone
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    I tried that image and could not get it to work on SSH and that is a must for me.

    Can I somehow build both emulationstation and the retropie binaries from sources from an image that already has an existing (but older) version of both?

    herbfargus
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    In theory yes that is possible. Might take a bit of configuring. Just make sure you update the setup script first before you install/update from binary or source.

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