Does it get cleared on restart? As I have rebooted several times since the issue above.
Yes, /dev/shm is a RAM backed folder, restarting would clear it. The file is present after the game is run and it's also overwritten each time a game is launched, so if you want to get the actual error, you need to get the file immediately after the crashed game stops.
original Microsoft, me too
i don't use anymore driver xboxdrv because after installation of retropie image, xbox pad works without install it from retropie setup menu, so i think not necessary for me to go in setup menu and install package
Sorry for the spelling mistakes but I cannot edit the post anymore (Askimet spam mark).
Pi Model or other hardware: Pi4 2gb
RetroPie Version Used: 4.6.7
Built From: NO BUILD (I added the roms by myself from buid by Ghostware and Damaso and some form CDROM site)
Error masseg: GDD_ERR_TOUT (and other hangout and crashes)
Controller Used: Esperanza wireless Gladiator GamePad (with USB dongle)
Guide used: no giude, installed redream form binary in retropie
USB Devices connected: wirless airmouse with keyboard (I cannot fins the model name, but its quite old), wireless second gamepad (TY-G103D) with dongle (but the pad is switched off)
I found the bat file..it came with the CHDMAN application. I did this exactly like you said as well as a youtube video and it did compress the file...the problem perhaps isnt that its not being compressed it is that the emulator REDREAM nor any other emulator will not recodnize it..If it helps I am doing this all on a windows pc and transferring it to the RPI
@Ecks The problem existed for a limited timeframe and it was an external factor at stake - not in RetroPie. The fact that you didn't experience it means you didn't run the installation at that particular time.
@mitu I did a lot of reading around in those docs, but since I didn't require a user/pass for access I didn't know how much of that I should cut out of the line so I browsed forums until I found an example of someone doing what I was trying to.
Duly noted, though. Just another thing added to all the stuff I've learned about this stuff in the last couple months. After fixing that, Daphne works as well for me. I knew it was going to be some little minute detail. Thanks again, you're a lifesaver.