video view supports all the same tags as detailed though, yes? Can I tag all the views together like I did?
Yes, that should be fine. It's just video and marquee that Detailed View can't use, but Video View can use all of the Detailed View tags.
<feature supported="video"> just means that if your version of ES supports video view, then use the code inside the <featured> tag. You can also use <feature supported="carousel"> to avoid your Carousel code breaking older versions of ES that don't support it.
You are correct. Sorry I wasn't more clear on that. From what you said, the default behavior of mounting via USB will set it up for noexec? I'm a novice at linux, so I'm still learning to understand how things work.
pi@retropie:~ $ cat /etc/fstab
proc /proc proc defaults 0 0
/dev/mmcblk0p1 /boot vfat defaults 0 2
/dev/mmcblk0p2 / ext4 defaults,noatime 0 1
# a swapfile is not a swap partition, no line here
# use dphys-swapfile swap[on|off] for that
@captainvelvet: Before moving all your images you could just try changing the path the <image> tag is pointing too. If you aren't sure what the path should be, maybe try a few different variations on just the first couple of game entries in the xml.
This topic isn't letting me scroll up (I might have posted this before), and without a picture I still really don't know exactly what you're seeing, but try these settings for the Pixel Perfect mode. You can either do it by hitting Select+X in a game to enter the RetroArch settings (remember to save if they work for you), or through the RetroPie menu, RetroArch settings.
Before doing the above settings, mine was kinda muddy, blurry almost, some diagonal lines were a little wavy, just not as clean as my actual video game consoles were at all. After trying those above settings it's razor sharp on my BVM's (actually too sharp almost!).
I used WinSCP (free download) which is very similar to Filezilla to navigate. Need to use SCP and not SFTP. SSH is disabled by default on the Pi. On the Pi you run (once):
and select 'Interfacing Options' (5?) and then enable SSH.
From the PC side (I assume you're using Windows), run WinSCP and use these defaults (unless you changed):
User name: pi
To get the proper permissions you need to click the 'Advanced' button. Select Environment ---> SCP/Shell on the left side. On the right, in the combo box under 'Shell' (and 'Shell' under it) select 'sudo su -'. Click Ok and then click 'Log in'. Should look like Filezilla at this point.
@chubsta make sure the cue file is referencing the correct ISO. You can open the CUE with a text editor. I had some where things weren't capitalized the same way and that caused issues. Linux is case-sensitive.
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