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  • maketheworldbetter
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    I am in the Retropie-Setup-Script, chosen update RS-script and then went to install one by one, compile from source RetroArch – which does not work (abort after a while with the text ‘not successful’).

    The logfile is attached!

    What do I make wrong?

    End of the .log:


    CC netplay/netplay_net.c
    CC netplay/netplay_spectate.c
    CC netplay/netplay_common.c
    CC netplay/netplay.c
    CC cheevos.c
    CC libretro-common/utils/md5.c
    CC remote.c
    LD retroarch
    obj-unix/gfx/drivers/vg.o: In function `vg_copy_frame’:
    /home/pi/RetroPie-Setup/tmp/build/retroarch/gfx/drivers/vg.c:291: undefined reference to `retro_assert’
    collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    Makefile:122: recipe for target ‘retroarch’ failed
    make: *** [retroarch] Error 1
    /home/pi/RetroPie-Setup
    Could not successfully build RetroArch (/home/pi/RetroPie-Setup/tmp/build/retroarch/retroarch not found).

    = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
    Installing ‘runcommand’ : Configure the ‘runcommand’ – Launch script
    = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =

    Log ended at: Di 9. Feb 10:21:12 CET 2016
    Total running time: 0 hours, 5 mins, 45 secs

    maketheworldbetter
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    Post count: 37

    AARGH – and after I closed the window running the aborted Setup-script with pressing the x on the border with the mouse, I left the Pi for a while…big mistake!

    In the meanwhile ‘something’ from Retropie-Setup-Script was still running – and filled the log-folder continously with the same log…I saw that as it was at 42000 (!!) logfiles….

    What is going on here?

    herbfargus
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    Post count: 1858

    If you’re trying to update, don’t update from source as upstream changes can break things. Just update your setup script and do a full binary install.

    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Updating-RetroPie

    Make a backup first for when you inevitably break things.

    maketheworldbetter
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    Post count: 37

    Cool advice…and when I do not need 90% of all the emulators ???

    How do I remove them after they have been installed? Sounds like a (big) waste of time and space (if I need to do that every update)!

    Ordnung ist das halbe Leben….

    herbfargus
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    Post count: 1858

    You can install things individually too, but typically youll just want to use binary installs instead of source based installs. A full binary install will get you the latest changes for everything though.

    The only way you can remove systems right now is manually from the /opt folder. I agree that its waste of space but most of the users of retropie like the idea of a premade system thats just ready to go with everything they need.

    We’re looking into making a more modular menu that will make it easier to remove the things you don’t want.

    Langsam langsam ;)

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