To reduce the amount of reserved space - do
tune2fs -m 0 /dev/mmcblk0p2
That will set reserved space to 0% - be careful not to fill up the drive completely or the system may not boot correctly.
@jonnykesh Obviously my first Pet was a Commodore :-)
(Not true at all. They cost a fortune and I'm not that old)
@iek and that language is not welcome here either.
I am tired of this - I have better things to do with my time.
@iek I do not wish to remove the old account, as doing so means posts get removed or need to be reassigned to a guest user which would break the discussion. Usually creating a new account after being banned would get your new account banned btw - and I would have done that if I had noticed earlier. I'm willing to leave your new account active but that's as much as I'm going to do.
BTW @hex does not represent RetroPie. So him editing Wikipedia has nothing to do with the RetroPie project. @Hex may want to keep this in mind when posting things like "We have had these problems before". No - actually, it's really just me that has to deal with all the legal/licensing problems surrounding RetroPie.
@markwkidd If you are unable to work out why someone saying "goodbye", then changing their user profile page to have a go at the project might lead to a ban then you are going to struggle here too. I also don't need to justify my actions to you.
Using this forum is not some right, nor is the forum a bastion of free speech where anything goes. It's a private forum that we host and run for the RetroPie project.
If anyone has a problem with that, I would recommend they go elsewhere.
Unfortunately I have had to ban the user - not directly because of his attitude in this thread, but because he decided to change his user profile About Page to have a go at the project (How childish!).
He argues about open source, but his upset is just because he wants to make money from RetroPie - as everyone knows, the licence of the components is nothing to do with us, but we do respect them.
I completely understand why some emulator authors chose to put non commercial restrictions in their code licences.
@carlsmith No - the RetroPie-Setup script is GPL licenced. The RetroPie image contains software and graphics under non commercial licences.
This is explained on the site - https://retropie.org.uk/about/legal/
@estrichleger you didn't read https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first - 3rd party images are not supported sorry.
Please do not post a support request without first reading and following the advice in https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first
Make sure you wire both joysticks identically.
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