@retropieuser555 good tip I'm just trying to update emulation station I did it manually no big deal I'll reset once retroarch 1.9.0 gets supported officially.
Why did you get 1.9.0 same reason? I got it because retro achievements popping up would freeze on 1.8.8
I was trying to fix a problem I found recently where lots of lr-mupen64plus-next games have various achievements listed as "unsupported". Thought it might be due to using the older retroarch, but unfortunately it didn't fix it.
Copy your installed lr-fbneo to a new location (through terminal):
sudo cp -p -r -f "/opt/retropie/libretrocores/lr-fbneo" "/opt/retropie/libretrocores/lr-fbneo10"
and add to the top of the file:
lr-fbneo10 = "/opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/bin/retroarch -L /opt/retropie/libretrocores/lr-fbneo10/fbneo_libretro.so --config /opt/retropie/configs/fba/retroarch.cfg %ROM%"
and change your default emulator for Final Burn Alpha in EmulationStation to lr-fbneo10
Struggled with this as nothing was working (I only had a wireless USB keyboard handy so I couldn't even get the pi to book into recovery mode). Figured out a pretty easy solution.... 'sudo passwd -d pi' deleted whatever was in the password field so I then could just use passwd to make a new one!
Then it means you have the default repositories and there's nothing you should add. Unfortunately, that doesn't solve the problem - pcsx2 does not have native 64bit binaries and it needs the i686 (32 bit) dependencies installed. Your current distro configuration does not have installable packages for the dependencies needed to run pcsx2 - this is not a RetroPie problem, but something that's entirely up the the distribution you're using.
You could try installing the i686 version of Linux Mint and you won't have this problem.
@mitu fair enough. I appreciate the points made and now realise its wrong. All i'd say is i wanted a retro games box and this looked great. Its raspberry pi from what i've read. I'll wait for the dude to get back from holiday. Just wondered if anyone had encountered the same message and if there was any commands i could try to get emulation station retropie working again.
If the mods want to delete this thread then by all means. I tried but it says i can't once someone has replied. Appologies all.
@herb_fargus I know, but it also messed up my arcade cabinet binds, and gave me problems binding control in mame (wouldn't take binds). How do I just update retropie and not emulators and do I have to update kernal?