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  • claw22000
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    [quote=116713]They should be in configs folder in samba shares under all/emulationstation I believe.

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    Sweet thanks. Quick Question what I need to back up are both the downloaded_images directory and the gamelists correct?

    I would want all the data to be added along with the images.

    Thanks again

    DrClaw

    claw22000
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    Wow Thanks for the quick Response. It really helps as I am helping me and several friends get this working well so we can use the netplay features. You guys are awesome!

    Thanks for all your hard work.

    DrClaw

    claw22000
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    [quote=116292]Hi;

    I am having some trouble with RetroPie. I have a Logitech Rumblepad II controller and a Keysonic RF Keyboard.

    When first booted RetroPie it would say controller recognised and let me configure it, now the buttons no longer work and when I boot RetroPie I cannot configure the controller as I no longer get an option to do so. I have tried plugging in a keyboard as well but nothing on the keyboard is recognised until I hit F4 which quits RetroPie to a terminal, then the keyboard works as expected?

    The reason I need both a controller and a Keyboard is because I am mainly interested in Amiga Games and to get the ROMs loaded at the Kickstart Menu you need a keyboard?

    How do I setup up my RetroPie to use a controller and a Keyboard.

    I was using a PiZero with a USB Hub but am also trying a Pi Model B (Same SD Card).

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    From my current experience I have not had a problem with the keyboard. I don’t believe there is any setup requited. When your on the Amiga Emulator just press the Alt and CTRL keys on your keyboard. I think you will find that these both are things your looking for. One of them switches between mouse and controller.

    Hope this helps. Also it doesn’t hurt to make a hardfile with WHDLoad installed almost every game in existence is available for download pre-configured. They still sell the registration for that. I’m a registered member. Love it on my Emus and all my Amiga’s

    If theres more to explain or if I just didn’t understand your questions well let me know.

    DrClaw

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