@Tango Another thing you can do to cleanly shut down your system if it's too stuck to get back to the command line is SSH into your pi and run the command sudo shutdownThere are a lot of apps and programs for SSHing in. One example is JuiceSSH for Android. There are times it can be too frozen to even allow an SSH tunnel, but other times it's the only way to get a clean shut down. Just know that sudo shutdown "schedules" a shutdown a few minutes out, so if you use this method wait a few minutes to see the shut down actually commence.
Sorry, but you're using a 3rd party image bundled with the hardware, which we don't/can't support.
Note that selling RetroPie is against the project's license - https://retropie.org.uk/about/legal/, so you've been scammed, since RetroPie is free/open source software.
@clyde I thought about doing just that but I have exactly enough SD cards right now to run the Pi setups I own so I don't have a spare to test on.
So I agree - the best way is to test it, yes, but the easiest thing to do is ask if anyone has already done it. Avoids the whole "re-inventing(re-testing?) the wheel" thing. I figure if I don't hear from anyone in the next few days I'll attempt it on my next day off and report back. :)
It's private. Thanks for asking btw :) Hopefully when it's FINSIHED (still testing, making tweeks, etc), I'll upload it. It's for now, just a RPI 3B attached to a Official 7" Screen. You could probably imagine it :)
@meleu@cyperghost The export did the trick. It works now and doesn't break the other menu controls. 😄 Thank you for all the effort and explanations. I learned a lot today, as may others who stumble upon this thread, too.
I edited my opening post to a mere reference to @meleu's solution. 😌