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  • mrshroom
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    Hello,

    I’ve got a little of a problem. I have set up retropie, and whenever I open the retroarch menu and use it to make my own config and press Save New Config, it plays with the new config (called fceumm_libretro.cfg). But whenever I turn of my Pi and turn it on again, and start up the emulator, it doesnt use my custom fceumm_lebretro.cfg, but instead the normal retroarch.cfg.

    How can i resolve this problem???

    Thanks in advance :)

    btack
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    Try editing the es-systems.cfg /etc/emulationstation/es-systems.cfg

    Find the emulator your having an issue with and edit the runcommand line to your cfg

    mrshroom
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    Okay, thank you :)
    Ill try it when im home

    mrshroom
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    I tried to find the es-systems.cfg, but i couldnt find it. I typed

    find / es-systems.cfg

    But it also turned up nothing. What now?

    btack
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    Cd /etc
    cd emulationstation
    ls (make sure es-system.cfg is there I’m pretty sure it is)
    sudo nano es-systems.cfg
    find your emulator edit it according to your liking

    Or use winscp which works really well to find those pesky files

    mrshroom
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    Yes, thank you! This worked perfectly! Thank you!!!

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