@DNVB It's an add-on package, it's not part of the RetroPie-Setup script and it wasn't maintained by the project. Sometime ago, the original repository was deleted and we created a copy for it under the RetroPie project, so that it wouldn't disappear completely.
@funkotron77 Again, I see nothing. Maybe also check the /var/log/syslog, but without grep to see every message. A simple cat /var/log/syslog will show it, and you could copy & paste the last part of the output. To be sure, you could look at it before and after the remount command, to check for changes (the same goes for dmesg).
After that, alas, I'm out of ideas. I never had to deal with something similar myself yet.
Other game controls were right stick clicked as a button. So totally messed up mapping
There are 2 caveats during the upgrade
The xpad driver is overwritten when you select 'Update OS packages' and should be re-installed after the update. See https://retropie.org.uk/docs/Xbox-360-Controller/#xpad-driver.
The auto-login is broken - because of Raspbian upgrades for the systemd. This should be taken care by the procedure you performed (i.e. enabling auto-login in Raspi-Config).
For the other errors, or why you're not stuck with that message, I don't know.
Don't mind me, but this is my first time seeing Linux get infected, let alone a Raspberry Pi getting infected. Fascinating...
This is not an "infection" via a virus. It's an open system and everybody who scans port 22 and got's a ping can try user pi and Password raspberry.
Voila... install whatever you want ... a php server with a full set of bitcoin mining user interface or a bot network a porn blackbox a torrent server a hidden ftp file server endless possibilities... Nothing that's really fascinating ... just meat for underground hounds
Well, yeah, I knew that. It's just fascinating to me, because I'm into computer junk like that. Though, I never said it was virus that infected it.
@TMNTturtlguy I've replied on the ticket. Exit es if building from source. Swap shouldn't fail if being used heavily. Sounds like sd card problems, but could be os. I don't want to add more swap as it would mean large swap file being created when not needed in many cases (with the current calculated swap size code).
So Iv'e been working on it and got the drivers to install from source and the BT paired. The controler worked via BT in the retropie setup, as soon as i exited it crashed the system. I rebooted and paired again , rumble scan pair, CRASH...
Sometimes running sudo apt-get clean might clear up a little bit more space.
You might be able to free up enough space and the re-run that Update All Installed Packages from the RetroPie Setup Script and it might be able to fix itself and start working again like normal. As long as this time it doesn't run out of free space.
If that doesn't work then try Basic Install from the RetroPie Setup Script and if that doesn't work then I'd suggest backing up everything and re-flashing your SD card and starting over.