@rseod Exit Emulationstation (either press F4 on the keyboard or use the menu to exit) and look at the message shown on the screen - it should show how much disc space you have available (%). If your free disc space is less than 5%, then you might have a problem and you need to free up some space.
@ecto so it changed again, lol. yes getting it to use master would be better, but even when i ask them on github a few months back i was told to do it the same way you found.
just at the time it was a version 1.1.0.
i managed to run it in full speed with this command: startx lincity-ng the only downside is that its not full screen and the -f is not working with startx but its something
i know that some ports require different configuration,most of the ones i did i have found the configuration with many tests
thanks for helping
can you add to the lincity-ng install script the -f parameter its a good option for the game.
@f33dbacknz The error printed during installation can be fixed by installing the rename package (via sudo apt install rename). Try installing it the package and then re-run the installation for splitwolf.
It should be added as a dependency of splitwolf then.
EDIT: @cyperghost I can see that your MSS script requires a hardware GPIO button, am I right?
No it can be tight to a button but it can also just be called by script itself. Read more about on its help screen.
The option --es-closeemu brings you back to ES as long as you used to start Pixel officially installed by RetroPie
The option --es-poweroff performs a safe shutdown with metadata saved. So you can tie several parameters to joypad described in your how to.
But it is fundamental that any program must he launched through EmulationStation by runcommand call. The script uses runcommand as starting entry to determine all PIDs that will be closed by script call