- rommanParticipant03/25/2013 at 19:32Post count: 6
ive located the files that i need to change and put the new one in a different location, but im still having issues.
ive placed the new .png into a rom folder because that seems to be the only place it will actually save.
so i put this in terminal
sudo cp MyNewSplashScrenn.png /etc/splashscreen.png
and it gives me an error, could i get an example of what the entire command looks like with full file path or is this all i need?rommanParticipant03/26/2013 at 08:09Post count: 6
cp: cannot stat ‘MyNewSplashScrenn.png’ : no such file or directory. im pretty new to the whole linux thing so im sure i did somthing wrong lol.rommanParticipant03/27/2013 at 03:50Post count: 6
so i eventually got it working by installing lxde with “sudo apt-get update” “sudo apt-get install lxde” then running the forced root terminal, and from there i was also able to edit the es_systems.cfg to ad .bin to the psx so now i have ff tactics working.rommanParticipant03/27/2013 at 04:07Post count: 6
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so apparently i couldnt attatch a file.
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