crisis6Participant06/21/2015 at 05:13Post count: 8
This is a cross post.
“Retropie 3.0 Beta 4. Why does Retroarch not save controller configurations changes done in RGUI?
Every time I exit I have to set it all up again. Must the changes be done by command line only or can the changes be made with the RGUI??herbfargusMember06/21/2015 at 05:21Post count: 1858crisis6Participant06/21/2015 at 05:28Post count: 8
How can I get to this through without commands though or is there no other way?
“config_save_on_exit = true”herbfargusMember06/21/2015 at 05:33Post count: 1858
If I remember correctly I think there is an option in the rgui somewhere as wellherbfargusMember06/21/2015 at 05:35Post count: 1858crisis6Participant06/21/2015 at 06:36Post count: 8
While you are changing settings in runtime, they are not saved to disk afterwards on PC by default. If you want RetroArch to automatically write back the config, either set config_save_on_exit = true in config, or enable this under Settings -> Config Save On Exit from within RGUI.
I make the save on exit to yes but the change does not stay permanent. Upon loading again, the settings are reverted back to default.
What’s the simplest way to get to:
“config_save_on_exit = true”herbfargusMember06/21/2015 at 06:51Post count: 1858
Seems there may be one more config to change according to this post:
I usually use a program called winscp to edit things, or if you have a keyboard you can plug in you can go into the terminal and edit it with the command
sudo nano /opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch.cfgthen locate the lines you need to change and press Ctrl+x to save. Floob has a few videos that outline using the terminal and editing configs.
This video shows how to save configs. It is about controllers but it should apply to other config changes too.FloobMember06/21/2015 at 12:29Post count: 1629
If I am understanding your question correctly, you want to make certain changes in RGUI and for them to be permananent?
There are a few ways to go about this, but I find the following way the best in order to keep the RetroPie config in place so that you wont encounter future problems, although I am sure there are other ways.
What I do is
– Run the game, enter RGUI, then select to save my config
– This will write out a (new) config file in the directory of the system you were using.
– I then make my changes in RGUI and save it again, this will create another config file.
– I compare the two for differences (usually only a couple of lines) then I manually put those lines into either the main retroarch.cfg (if I know I want the change for all systems), or I drop the change into the system specific retroarch.cfg
But I’m happy to do that for you – all I need is to know which system you are playing when you set the RGUI settings, e.g. SNES. And then when you save the settings – you will see the filename saved shown in yellow text at the bottom of the screen – I need that file.
I can then tell you a couple of lines to change and it will remember it.
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