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Solved: Steven Selph /scraper not found



  • Pi Model or other hardware: Pi 3, Model B, no overclock
    Power Supply used: 5V, 2A
    RetroPie Version Used: 4.3.5
    Built From: Image on RetroPie website
    USB Devices connected: Anker keyboard
    Controller used: 8bitdo SNES30
    Error messages received:

    Could not successfully install Scraper for EmulationStation by Steven Selph
    (/home/pi/RetroPie-Setup/tmp/build/scraper/scraper not found)
    

    Guide used:

    and https://github.com/retropie/retropie-setup/wiki/scraper
    Emulator: EmulationStation
    Attachment of config files: https://pastebin.com/G0tReBH4
    How to replicate the problem:

    • Following the guides provided (either one) error is received every time.
    • Log file created everytime it errors out
    • Errors out at the same point every attempt
    • I am using sudo to initiate the setup
    • I am unable to add the /scraper folder using sftp with admin login

    There are possibly several issues that caused this, I will list here everything I noticed that could be related

    • SD card had error and would not re-format while conducting a fresh install
    • I may not have expanded the default RetroPie disk usage (cannot confirm as SD card was corrupt)
    • Fresh install with new SD card solved the issue


  • @frankenbenz Have you tried installing the scraper using the setup script through the menu in Emulation Station?
    Go into Configuration > RetroPie SetUp . UPDATE RETROPIE -SETUP SCRIPT then Manage Packages > Optional > Scraper



  • @jonnykesh
    I have used the menu in Emulation Station as well. I did re-run the update setup script just now and then re-ran the scraper through the menu. Same issue present.



  • @frankenbenz Odd. I just un-installed and re-installed with no issues. Obviously this may not be the same as a fresh install but it threw no errors at all.



  • @jonnykesh Maybe I will try re-installed RetroPie and hope for the best.. :/



  • @jonnykesh
    I did a fresh install and it is working okay now. I did pick up a new SD card as my previous one was having an error while reformatting.

    Issue is solved.



  • @frankenbenz Good to hear. If there was a general issue with the scraper install we definitely would have heard more about it by now.
    Sometimes things just get screwy for no obvious reason. Computers, eh?



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