Emulationstation not remembering controller settings
Honda Z50M last edited by Honda Z50M
I have an issue with Emulationstation not remembering controller settings, which I'm sure is cause by 'retropie' thinking there is no available memory.
I set controller ok and can scroll through emulators and games ok BUT as soon as I choose a game controller or keyboard no longer work.
Also if I go into Retropie setting and can scroll around settings ok but as soon as I exit back to the front end both controller and keyboard no longer work
I then have to power cycle to reboot and start all over again.
System info displayed m-sd card 116GB, 110GB used BUT 0 available, when clearly there is 6GB
Any advice appreciated with thanks,
@Honda-Z50M The system reserves 5% of the available disk space to the
rootuser, so if your partition is filled above 95%, the
piuser would not be able to use the remaining space.
Cleanup some space so the
piuser can write anything on the disk, or use
tune2fsto remove the 5% reserved space - but make sure you understand the consequences.
Thanks for your reply,
I tried deleting games (aprox 2GB) with no change and also expanded file system with no change.
@Honda-Z50M What do you mean 'expanded the filesystem' ?
Can you run the 2 commands below and post the output:
df -h dumpe2fs /dev/mmcblk0p2
@mitu ok thanks I'll try later this evening and get back to you.
Screen shot attached
/partition, where all the data resides, is at 100% - you have 0% usable disk space. Unless you free up some space - deleting roms or something else that's sizeable - you'll continue to have problems.
Previosuly Tried deleting roms (2GB) and that didn't work.
@Honda-Z50M Well, it seems I overlooked one portion of the screenshot that says 3rd Party Super Display Image. We don't support 3rd party images, you should ask the author of the image for advice.
Tries that as well and he said same thing delete roms.
I'll delete again and re-run the command and come back with another screen shot shortly
dev/root still at 100%
thestarglider last edited by
@Honda-Z50M I don't think you're gonna get much help here now, now that the site knows you're using a third party image.