I am working on a RetroPie station for a school project and has been going smoothly (besides a strange problem with the autologin system) until I tried to install and run the RetroPie-Manager- whereas I receive this error every time:
The same error appears when I set it to start on boot, and have tried uninstalling it and reinstalling it to no success. Help?
@sena_short Please add more info about your setup, as requested in https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first.
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sena_short last edited by sena_short
The error I am receiving is a simple text box only reading:
“Error: It seems that RetroPie-Manager had some problem to start!”
@sena_short I still can't see the image. How did you installed your system - which image did you use ? What RetroPie version do you have installed ?
I installed the official RetroPie image by simply downloading it and transfering to a micro SD card. It booted fine and updated fine as well.
The version: 4.4.11
@sena_short I have no problem starting RetroPie-Manager - either manually or on-boot. Are you sure you're not attempting to start it while it's already started ? How are checking if it's working ?
@mitu I have done a bit of looking around, and it seems that I’m the only one experiencing this issue. Like I said, anytime that I attempt to boot the Pi with the RetroPie-Manager enabled, I receive this error, and if I go into the Retro-Setup to try and attempt to start it manually, I receive this error. I have tried switching Pis and that didn’t work either. Im going to try and reinstall the RetroPie image again on a different SD and see if that works.
The RetroPie manager has a log file at
/dev/shm/rpmanager.log, you can check there for errors.