Runcommand doesn't seem to be obeying modified runcommand.sh
UnluckyForSome last edited by
I'm trying to extend my runcommand image delay to more than the default 2 seconds, to get the "Launching Game" screen to hang around a bit longer.
I've modified the file in
and changed the IMAGE_DELAY on line 109 from 2 to 5:
[[ -z "$IMAGE_DELAY" ]] && IMAGE_DELAY=5
However it seems to be having no effect at all, runcommand images still 2 seconds even after reboot. The change in
runcommand.shis definatelty sticking after a reboot, too!
I know there's a way to modify the delay time with RetroPie through
runcommandin retropie setup (and on here it's still displaying it's set at 2 seconds), but I don't have a keyboard connected (using a GPi case) so I can't type a number in to change it this way. What's the reason modifying the
runcommand.shfile isn't working?
@UnluckyForSome There is no need to edit this file. Also that line will set it, if it isn't already set in the config. You can change this from the runcommand configuration.
Either directly from RetroPie menu in Emulationstation or via RetroPie-Setup -> Configuration / tools
I missed the part about keyboard.
So you can edit
/opt/retropie/configs/all/runcommand.cfgand change it there.
You can run RetroPie-Setup from another machine also. See the docs on SSH https://retropie.org.uk/docs/SSH/
UnluckyForSome last edited by UnluckyForSome
/opt/retropie/configs/all/runcommand.cfgdid the trick, thankyou! :-)