@dreaded_walrus Please use a meaningful title when opening a topic.
Thre is not root password in the RetroPie image for the PI. The pi user has sudo privileges, so no password is needed if you prefix your commands with sudo.
What is the command/action you're trying to acomplish ? Move a file, edit a file, run a comand, etc. ?
@starrslytleangel said in PSX Game Metadata does not save after exit error message:
By downloading the image will it erase what I have put on the retro pi?
Once you flash the official image to your card, it will erase everything prior, leaving you with a clean system.
I had the same error once on a fresh install with one of the carbon theme files. Like I said it was a fresh install and i never touched the file. I ignored it and i believe it was mentioned by someone else here. Deleting and reinstalling carbon fixed it. But yeah i think sometimes git has this issue.
@joykill06 Please give details about your setup - https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first. Answer the questions there, then describe what package you're trying to install and the exact error you're receiving.
@da_kicks_87 Who knows what could have caused it. If it were me, I would reformat the SD card and then flash the backup image to the card. If you still have issues, you may possibly have a faulty SD card.
@schurch Please do not post a support request without first reading and following the advice in https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first (as agreed when registering)
non working internet connection? More information will be in the referenced logfile - you can put it on a pastebin site or so.
I liked the setup, and didn't care about the space. I had a 16 gb SD card, but played (all most) everything from usb.
On the Kodi side, it connects to my Nas so I don't need a large expensive SD card.