Atari Lynx Binaries Update?

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This topic contains 6 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of electromaster64 electromaster64 2 years, 2 months ago.

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  • #89157
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    electromaster64
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    I ran a binaries update hoping to have the Atari Lynx added but no luck. How do I update my Pi to get the newer emulators? I am running the 2.3 image and do not want to loose all the setup files I have edited and saved.

    #89172
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    buzz
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    sounds like you didn’t update the retropie-setup script first ? But you need to give more information than “no luck” – what didn’t work, was there any errors displayed, what was logged (logfiles compressed in ~/RetroPie-Setup/logs folder)

    #89323
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    electromaster64
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    I did not update the setup script. I was afraid I would loose information if I did that. So do that then update binaries? And by no luck all I did was look in the rom folder to see if there was an Atari Lynx folder added and there was not.

    #89325
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    buzz
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    well, there is no longer an “update binaries” function. you can update individual emulators though, or do a new binary install (which could wipe some settings, so good to backup first).

    #89329
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    electromaster64
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    Ok I will try updating the individual emulators after updating setup script. What is the best way to backup everything?

    #89330
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    labelwhore
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    I’ve been just creating an image of my SD card as a backup.

    http://www.th3rdwave.com/tracks/
    ^^ my other hobby

    #89350
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    electromaster64
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    So take the SD card out of the Pi put it in my computer and copy a image of it? Is there a particular program I should use to do that? I didnt think anything on Windows would even recognize the SD card as its a different OS, so this is cool!

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