AnonymousInactive01/01/2014 at 22:02Post count: 39
The easiest way is to go into the roms folder under RetroPie and delete their respective folders there. When you reload or reboot, they will be gone.AnonymousInactive01/02/2014 at 15:45Post count: 12roquenParticipant01/02/2014 at 18:03Post count: 69
The easiest and safest route is to Use # to comment out the systems you don’t want displayed in the es_systems file .hlotacParticipant01/07/2014 at 09:40Post count: 1
How do i go about adding back emulators i have removed? I managed to remove the “input config” stuff, and i want it back. I deleted it from the roms directory.
Is there some place i can redownload these things? (i have tried re-running install binaries without any luck).farhaxParticipant01/07/2014 at 13:14Post count: 2
just add the following to the end of the es_systems.cfg file
COMMAND=/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/esconfig/Start.shAnonymousInactive08/08/2014 at 11:49Post count: 12
I just commented out systems in /etc/es_config.cfg but emulators are still there. Any hint to remove unused / unwanted emulators to simplify the list?peterGuest08/11/2014 at 16:57Post count: 908
asbesto, this is what I did:
I opened my FTP client and connected to my PI. in /home/pi/RetroPie/roms I created a new directory called _unused * and then I moved all direcotries(=systems) that I don’t need into the _unused directory (e.g. atari, n64, msx, etc.). that’s it. there is no need to change any config files.
alternatively, I could have deleted all directories, but this solution seemed to be more appropriate since if I ever want to put up some N64 or Atari stuff onto my PI, I simply move back the belonging folder and don’t have to worry about how it was called.
* the _ prefix is simply to have this directory stay on top in the roms directory when I connect via SFTP to transfer stuffAnonymousInactive08/14/2014 at 12:12Post count: 12
What I mean is – how to remove emulators from the emulationstation list? I dont want IBM and NES and APPLE 2 in the scrolling logos – only MAME. How to do this? There are no IBM roms for DOS emulation, so can’t do your trick.
Is there any way to do this?
Thank you everyone :DpeterGuest08/14/2014 at 13:02Post count: 908
so you say in /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/
you only have the 2 subfolders
and ES still shows NES, IBM etc.?! cannot be…
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