Command to downgrade retroarch.
I believe I should be able to downgrade retroarch without having to do a full reinstall, but creating the command for this is outside my grasp. Does anyone know what the command would be?
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Is there a specific reason why you'd want to downgrade? I know they changed the GUI and
made it confusingmoved everything, but the functionality should be greater. Did you find a bug?
Trying to see if this bug exists in the previous version:
You can checkout the RetroPie setup repository to the commit before the new version was introduced and then re-install from source
cd $HOME/RetroPie-Setup git checkout 12f2da143cbf69daff983405b437e2f96b53a7c1 # install RetroArch from source from the core packages section # .. test .. # to go back to current version cd $HOME/RetroPie-Setup git checkout master
To downgrade RetroArch to the 1.7.x series, you'll need to use
685f0f35dbcommit hash in the instructions above.
685f0f35dbwill get you to 18.104.22.168,
b8e2ded403bf01will get you to 1.7.6.
Hey. This isn't the same as the retroarch on the default image. This has the new disc swap notifications and also crashes. The default in the official image has just yellow notification text when swapping discs.
@mitu Half asleep when I read your message and didn't see the other hash, will try that now :D