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  • muffinlockdown
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    i mangaed to remove the blue tooth config from the ps3 control’s and then they both started to work :) played all this morning, had to remove the Blue tooth settings in the Program DS3 tools to get it working like a charm :D

    muffinlockdown
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    muffinlockdown
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    i mangaed to remove the blue tooth config from the ps3 control’s and then they both started to work :) played all this morning, had to remove the Blue tooth settings in the Program DS3 tools to get it working like a charm :D

    muffinlockdown
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    i mangaed to remove the blue tooth config from the ps3 control’s and then they both started to work :) played all this morning, had to remove the Blue tooth settings in the Program DS3 tools to get it working like a charm :D

    muffinlockdown
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    Okay thank you guys
    Found out that you have to have 2 usbs
    1 with a “retropie” folder
    Thus will auto copy games from usb to sd card and then unmount itself

    And the 2nd to play ur roms from
    After config of the rom diectory you can set it to the appropriate directory for the roms you want.
    You will still want to save the “roms” folder to this usb but u just need to have it edited in “es_emulator.csg”(dont quote me on that file it sounded like to righr file).

    muffinlockdown
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    it would not let me

    Also issue with usb or linux?

    muffinlockdown
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    This is the code i have put in so far

    pi@retropie:/dev $ cd ..
    pi@retropie:/ $ ls
    bin dev home lost+found mnt proc run srv tmp var
    boot etc lib media opt root sbin sys usr
    pi@retropie:/ $ cd dev
    pi@retropie:/dev $ ls
    autofs loop1 ram10 snd tty26 tty48 uinput
    block loop2 ram11 stderr tty27 tty49 urandom
    bsg loop3 ram12 stdin tty28 tty5 vc-cma
    btrfs-control loop4 ram13 stdout tty29 tty50 vchiq
    bus loop5 ram14 tty tty3 tty51 vcio
    cachefiles loop6 ram15 tty0 tty30 tty52 vc-mem
    char loop7 ram2 tty1 tty31 tty53 vcs
    console loop-control ram3 tty10 tty32 tty54 vcs1
    cpu_dma_latency mapper ram4 tty11 tty33 tty55 vcs2
    cuse mem ram5 tty12 tty34 tty56 vcs3
    disk memory_bandwidth ram6 tty13 tty35 tty57 vcs4
    fb0 mmcblk0 ram7 tty14 tty36 tty58 vcs5
    fd mmcblk0p1 ram8 tty15 tty37 tty59 vcs6
    full mmcblk0p2 ram9 tty16 tty38 tty6 vcsa
    fuse mqueue random tty17 tty39 tty60 vcsa1
    gpiomem net raw tty18 tty4 tty61 vcsa2
    hidraw0 network_latency rfkill tty19 tty40 tty62 vcsa3
    hidraw1 network_throughput sda tty2 tty41 tty63 vcsa4
    hwrng null sda1 tty20 tty42 tty7 vcsa5
    initctl ppp sdb tty21 tty43 tty8 vcsa6
    input ptmx sdb1 tty22 tty44 tty9 vcsm
    kmsg pts sg0 tty23 tty45 ttyAMA0 vhci
    log ram0 sg1 tty24 tty46 ttyprintk xconsole
    loop0 ram1 shm tty25 tty47 uhid zero
    pi@retropie:/dev $ ^C
    pi@retropie:/dev $ sudo e2label /dev/sda1 USBdrive
    e2label: Bad magic number in super-block while trying to open /dev/sda1
    Couldn’t find valid filesystem superblock.
    pi@retropie:/dev $

    muffinlockdown
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    spelling corrected

    Message which comes up
    pi@retropie:/dev $ sudo e2label /dev/sda1 USBdrive
    e2label: Bad magic number in super-block while trying to open /dev/sda1
    Couldn’t find valid filesystem superblock.

    muffinlockdown
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    Corrected the spelling of “e2label”
    and below comes up

    pi@retropie:/dev $ sudo e2label /dev/sda1 USBdrive
    e2label: Bad magic number in super-block while trying to open /dev/sda1
    Couldn’t find valid filesystem superblock.

    muffinlockdown
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    pi@retropie:/ $ sudo e2lable /dev/sda1 USBdrive
    sudo: e2lable: command not found

    muffinlockdown
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    Yes it is all the “UUID”
    thats copy paste from retro pi terminal after “sudo blkid”

    Again when i have the folder “retropi” on the local dir of the usb [main directory] it does not allow me to be able to see its content.

    when I use the below i cant see the files when i try the see LS
    “cd /media/usb0” 0-7 (tried all of them)
    “ls”

    muffinlockdown
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    /dev/sda1: LABEL=”16GB1″ UUID=”08D4-47E3″ TYPE=”vfat”

    muffinlockdown
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    Okies will post when return home have a good day at work

    muffinlockdown
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    Hmm is uuid compramise any think with security of the device?

    muffinlockdown
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    also when i try and edit the fstab file i get an access denied page
    tried running in administrator same thing happens

    Permission denied.
    Error Code 3
    Error message from server : permission Denied

    muffinlockdown
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    fat32 or something fat

    muffinlockdown
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    for some reason drive 2 does not have a PARTUUID?

    muffinlockdown
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    there is
    /dev/sdb1 : LABEL= “TITLE OF DRIVE1 ” UUID” numbers ” TYPE ” VFAT pART id:”numbers”
    /dev/sdb1 : LABEL= “TITLE OF DRIVE2 ” UUID” numbers ” TYPE ” VFAT pART id:”numbers”

    HMMMMMM i didnt try doing that before and doing

    sudo

    and

    blkid

    before

    muffinlockdown
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    also step 1 can not be done on the retro pi 3
    blkid does not work it just does nothing
    and all the drives are sd1 at the time of connection
    there is no sd 1-5 or anything like that

    muffinlockdown
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    okay so when i have the folder on my USB called retropi on the front it does not ready my usb but when i move it is allows me to see my usb?

    on the start of set up everytime that i have a usb in i get an error
    [FAILED] Failed to start usbmount@dev-sda.service
    See ‘systemctl Status usbmount@dev-sda.service ‘ for details

    muffinlockdown
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    Cheers ill try when i get home :)

    muffinlockdown
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    Thank you everyone,
    When i get home ill send throught the directory instructions which i try to get into it with..

    Kind Regards
    The Muffin Man

    muffinlockdown
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    Cd /Media/usb0
    Ls

    But just recently its not reading the usb on start up it was having a failed message after the retro pi load up

    And when doing the above commmand it does not find the usb

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