quicksilverParticipant01/19/2016 at 16:58Post count: 30
I see that version 3.4 was just released today. My question is how to update to this latest version. I am currently using version 3.3. Do I update via binary installation in the retropie setup script? Or do I need to wipe my card and do a fresh install of the new version? I apologize for asking a noob question, I tried reading the wiki page but it wasnt clear on this. Thanks in advance!petrockblogKeymaster01/19/2016 at 17:03Post count: 1827
3.4 is not officially released. It is going through final testing etc. To upgrade (at any time – RetroPie is in continual development – the image versions are a snapshot of where were are at a current point – https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-setup/wiki/Updating-RetroPiepetrockblogKeymaster01/19/2016 at 17:04Post count: 1827
if config defaults have changed, you will need to manually merge changes in – eg exiting retroarch.cfg files are not overwritten but new configurations are created called retroarch.cfg.rp-distquicksilverParticipant01/19/2016 at 17:10Post count: 30
So the 3.4 image that was just released today on the wiki page is not an official release?herbfargusMember01/19/2016 at 17:25Post count: 1858
It’s preliminary as it will be officially released today/tomorrow (pending bugs/fixes etc.) but you can just follow the aforementioned page to update your current build with the latest changes or wait for the image to be uploaded after we finish testing.quicksilverParticipant01/19/2016 at 17:27Post count: 30
Awesome, thank you both for the clarification!hobbswonParticipant01/20/2016 at 14:03Post count: 86
Where is the release? Because I don’t see any release. Official or unofficialquicksilverParticipant01/20/2016 at 14:08Post count: 30hobbswonParticipant01/20/2016 at 14:45Post count: 86
When you follow the link it takes you to the main dl page and there is no 3.4 imagequackwalksParticipant01/20/2016 at 15:55Post count: 12
Before doing a fresh install with 3.3, I had problems backing up all my scraped images. I used both sselph’s scraper and emulationstation’s which I think use different paths to store the images. What could I do to ensure backing up all scraped data?herbfargusMember01/20/2016 at 17:56Post count: 1858
I fixed the link. Images are available from github now.
As far as the scraper if you use sselphs scraper from the setup script it places them in the same place as the built in scraper. Those files are now editable over samba shares so they are easy to copy over from the configs folder.pausuriParticipant01/21/2016 at 01:36Post count: 33
[quote=114531]I fixed the link. Images are available from github now.
As far as the scraper if you use sselphs scraper from the setup script it places them in the same place as the built in scraper. Those files are now editable over samba shares so they are easy to copy over from the configs folder.
Everytime I try to pair a 8bitdo gamepad on Retropie 3.4:herbfargusMember01/21/2016 at 01:55Post count: 1858
Update your setup script and try again.pausuriParticipant01/21/2016 at 14:01Post count: 33
[quote=114591]Update your setup script and try again.
Thanks Herb, its working now and the pad pairs successfully but EmulationStation doesn’t seems to recognize the pad….
Any fix to automatically starts the connection when I reboot?
CheersquackwalksParticipant01/21/2016 at 14:05Post count: 12
How should I merge retroarch.cfg.rp-dist with the old retroarch config?
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