- faysalubitParticipant06/11/2015 at 08:33Post count: 8
i install RetroPie latest SD Card Image on Raspberry Pi2 and everything is working fine but now i want to run game from command line so i run below command on Terminal
“retroarch -L /opt/retropie/libretrocores/lr-pocketsnes/libretro.so /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/snes/TY.zip”
but i get error -bash: retroarch: command not found
what am i doing wrong ?petrockblogKeymaster06/11/2015 at 09:44Post count: 1828
retroarch is not in the system path – you need to tell it where it is
/opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/bin/retroarchScott NathParticipant06/16/2015 at 05:11Post count: 25
Could you please post the command you ran to add retroarch to the system path?
ScottfaysalubitParticipant06/16/2015 at 15:05Post count: 8
sudo cp /opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/bin/retroarch /Scott NathParticipant06/17/2015 at 00:41Post count: 25
That didn’t help. I’m pretty sure that’s not correct as that just copies the retroarch folder retroarch to the top directory. The error still exists:
-bash: retroarch: command not foundpetrockblogKeymaster06/17/2015 at 00:56Post count: 1828
just include the path when lauching. No need to add it to the system path. if you really want that – google adding paths to linux via bashrc etcScott NathParticipant06/17/2015 at 01:35Post count: 25
Actually, I did try to include the path when launching and I got an error. There is a thread for that here:
As for adding paths to linux and searching on google – I’m a novice for linux. I was able find some solutions – and I’ve tried a bunch since yesterday when I posted for help, but none are working so far.
If you could possibly help with a more detailed solution it would help me and anyone else who may be searching for “retroarch not found” (how I found this thread).
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