(Solved) Lots of massive issues after updating to retropie 4.4.11
@BuZz i do have one issue that might have been from my previous update. (Not the update i did 2 days ago) When i quit emulationstation by any method, the first time it restarts emulationstation and says loading config file. Then it shows it loading all of the system configs on the es splashscreen. Next time it works fine. Not a huge deal, just an inconvenience.
SDL update was reverted a few mins after my post in other thread
I know, but @edmaul69 was having problems updating the script from git, so the new version wouldn't have been pulled - it was just a workaround for the network problems.
Efriim last edited by
For ES restarting check some of these files for a trace of the init
And try resetting the boot behavior
retropie setup script>>Configuration / tools>>autostart
Set to Auto-login Command line Interface
With the wiiremote, the analog is stuck, has it got any liquid spilled on it? Try taking the batteries out and resetting it. Make sure that the analog is neutral when putting batteries in/resync.
@Efriim thanks for the info. Actually the issue on the analog was a bad solder pad. I just jumpered a wire to the 5v/gnd (didn’t test to find out which it was) on the other axis
Got created underneath it. Now it works fine. Thank you.
Efriim last edited by
Is that the place to put --no-splash? I had added it directly to the configuration file but it wouldn't merge with any update.
@Efriim that parameter is not persisted nor read from the configuration file, it only works from the command line.
Efriim last edited by Efriim
I plugged in my pi. It was closing on netplay everytime. in emulationstation on the 'retropie list' there is an item
'RetroArch Netplay'There is an option for hostname set to "retropie" by default. If you have a different hostname for your pi. Change this so they are matching, that worked for me.
ooppss wrong thread.
SmackAttack86 last edited by
Not to mention that usb rom setup no longer shows up on the setup
edmaul69 last edited by edmaul69
@Efriim yes that is where it goes. You change the line to:
emulationstation --no-splash #auto