I still can't find a solution to this issue. So, to remind you:
take any Workbench 3.x hardfile (.hdf)
create a new configuration with this .hdf and JIT, then save it as an .uae file in ~/Retropie/roms/amiga (because EmulationStation doesn't recognize .hdf files...). Let's call it Amiga4000.uae.
Launch it from EmulationStation -> it quits.
Launch the exact same command as EmulationStation launches, but from the terminal:
/opt/retropie/emulators/amiberry/amiberry.sh auto ~/RetroPie/roms/amiga/Amiga4000.uae
-> it works.
That's not normal. It should work from EmulationStation as it does from the terminal. Something seems to be broken in a script somewhere.
Should I open a new thread, since this issue is beyond the WHDLoad issue mentioned in the title?
I have checked the cp entries and all the relevant rom files I extracted from the other image are in that folder anyway so I wouldn't think that part would be an issue..
UPDATE: Looking at that script and digging through I've found a RetroPieAmigaSetup-master.zip and a UAEConfigMaker-master.zip downloaded and scripts contained within were executed. I'll dig through those and see if there anything that has moved/re-routed something
Hi yes we plan a stretch goal for wireless hopefully - first though it is just about trying to raise our production goal. I know it is a large amount of money trying to raise 38k per design for the factory! We need all the backers and support we can get. But if we do get there then extra Stretch Goal options for other language layouts, wireless and other popular requests can then be added. Thanks for your feedback and support :)
Thanks @muldjord The "xenon+2" bit works because "/opt/retropie/supplementary/skyscraper/Skyscraper -p amiga -s screenscraper --query romnom=xenon+2 Xenon2_v1.7_CDTV.lha" scrapes no problem. I have the scraped image now from that file/scrape. My plan is to get Skyscraper use a local image now I have it.
I tried sha1 and crc, neither of them work. For some reason it just doesn't like my .cue/.iso copy of Xenon 2 CDTV.
Scraping for Amiga can be a bit tricky especially if, like me, you're determined to use specific roms rather than common ones.