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  • #15291
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    Shawn Drake

    So I’m wanting to be able to exit an emulation by pressing a button on my controller. Everywhere I’ve looked has told me to look at /opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch.cfg or home/pi/RetroPie/configs/all. However, there’s one major issue: neither of those directories exist. Is there some kind of workaround for editing the retroarch.cfg from another directory. Also, I’m new to Linux and the RPi. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    #15330
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    jakko36
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    what do you use to enter your pi?

    i use winscp and cyberduck….
    i log into the pi with root permissions.

    when you put your sdcard into a windows pc you are only able to change the boot.cfg and some other files and yes indeed the /opt/retropie/configs/all/ does not show up. Use “winscp” or “cyberduck” to log into your pi and change any .cfg files…

    #15383
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    hubbie36
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    +1 I have the exact same issue. I can not find the /home/pi/RetroPie/configs/all path anywhere accessing the RetroPie via FileZilla or CyberDuck. I am using the PI account as the ROOT is disabled. This worked perfectly in the v1 release but I can not find the file anywhere in v2 to edit to get the “exit to menu” from the controller.

    #15386
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    jakko36
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    retroarch.cfg can be found in

    opt/retropie/configs/all

    #15404

    copperfield81

    Similar issue, did find the retroarch.cfg as indicated above ‘opt/retropie/configs/all’, however it seems to not be updated with the settings I’m using. It seems to just have the mappings for the keyboard, when I’m actually using a USB gamepad to navigate the menus (and the games).
    Basically I just want to add a second gamepad, and add a way of exiting the emulator via the gamepad buttons. All of which I’ve read you need to edit the ‘retroarch.cfg’ file…

    Is another copy of it located elsewhere? Or am I missing something?

    #15663
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    flamingstickguy
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    Ok, so this whole time, I’ve been trying to find the directory using the Command Console through the Pi. It didn’t even occur to me to even use any kind of remote access until I read the replies. I’m gonna try it as soon as WinSCP is set up and bring back some feedback.

    #15688
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    flamingstickguy
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    After an hour of tinkering, I finally got it to work.

    #16026
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    hubbie36
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    Would you mind giving us deadbeats a HOWTO on how you managed to get it to work? Where is the file, what did you use to edit, and what did you enter in the file and where? Very much appreciated.

    #16027
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    hubbie36
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    I have the file and am using a SNES USB controller. I would like to hold the START and SELECT buttons down to return to the main page so could someone please tell me how to find out what button numbers these are and how to edit the retroarch.cfg file? Thank you!

    #16029

    copperfield81

    Still can’t find the damn file. It’s odd as the controller works in the emulators so the file exists somewhere, just is not anywhere where people have said it would be.
    Really would like to be able to add an exit sequence to the controller, so I can use my 2 controllers and unplug the keyboard!

    #16034
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    hubbie36
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    To access the file, I plugged the Pi into my network using the Ethernet cable. Then fired up FileZilla (you can use any FTP client) and connected to the IP address of the Pi (in my case 192.168.1.15). Make sure you use SFTP (SSH) and not FTP. The username is pi and password raspberry. From here it will list the directory tree. Click the root (/) at the very top to open the system folders and then browse to:

    opt/retropie/configs/all

    The file can then be copied to your desktop, edited, and sent back. My issue is I don’t know what to put int he file!

    #16041

    copperfield81

    I believe you need to add the following lines:
    input_enable_hotkey_btn = 1
    input_exit_emulator_btn = 2

    If you wanted to use ‘select-start’ to exit then: 1 would be the button number for your ‘select’ button and 2 would be the ‘start’ button.

    #16047

    copperfield81

    Alright that worked good!
    So to summarize if you want to add gamepad exit, follow these steps:

    1) Have pi plugged in and running.

    2) Connect to it over your network, I used filezilla with the SFTP (ssh protocol). To obtain your pi ip address, just exit out of Emulation Station and it will tell you at the prompt what it’s IP address is.

    3) Login as user ‘pi’ (def password is raspberry). {Note that in order to overwrite the CFG file I actually had to login as ROOT, so if you get unable to write errors on the CFG file, just login as ROOT}

    4) Browse to folder ‘/opt/retropie/configs/all’

    5) Copy the ‘retroarch.cfg’ file to your computer, so you can edit it

    6) Add the following two lines, substituting the appropriate button numbers for your gamepad (on my logitech USB gamepad, it’s 6 & 7)

    input_enable_hotkey_btn = 6
    input_exit_emulator_btn = 7

    Note that when you wish to exit the emulator, you would hold the ‘hotkey’ button and press the ‘exit_emulator’ button, for example, hold select and press start.

    7) Use filezilla and upload that file back to ‘/opt/retropie/configs/all’ (again if it doesn’t let you overwrite, login as root)

    8) Reboot the PI and enjoy the easy exit button!

    #16049
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    hubbie36
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    Looks perfect! Glad you got it to work. Any idea how to find out what button numbers are assigned to my START and SELECT buttons? How did you determine that you needed numbers 6 and 7?

    #16055
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    hubbie36
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    Is this what I am suppose to be doing?

    system_directory = /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/../BIOS
    config_save_on_exit = false
    video_aspect_ratio = 1.33
    video_smooth = false
    video_threaded = true
    input_enable_hotkey = escape
    input_exit_emulator = escape
    rewind_enable = false
    rewind_buffer_size = 10
    rewind_granularity = 2
    input_rewind = r
    video_gpu_screenshot = true
    input_shader_next = m
    input_shader_prev = n
    video_shader_dir = /opt/retropie/emulators/RetroArch/shader/
    input_player1_a = x
    input_player1_b = z
    input_player1_y = a
    input_player1_x = s
    input_player1_start = enter
    input_player1_select = rshift
    input_player1_l = q
    input_player1_r = w
    input_player1_left = left
    input_player1_right = right
    input_player1_up = up
    input_player1_down = down
    input_autodetect_enable = true
    joypad_autoconfig_dir = /opt/retropie/emulators/RetroArch/configs/
    input_enable_hotkey_btn = 6
    input_exit_emulator_btn = 7

    #16057
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    hubbie36
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    OK so I answered all my questions myself. For the sake of completion:

    – You can find the numbers for the buttons you need in the Emulation Station controller configuration (it tells you the button number when you set them up).

    – The format above is correct but you must login to the Pi with the root account to edit the file.

    – For anyone using the SNES controller, the SELECT is button 9 and the START is button 8.

    Thank you everyone! Working great now. I wish this was part of the core install somehow.

    #30321

    erik

    I seem to be having a lot of the same problems you were having. I finally found the location of the retroarch.cfg file. When I open it though, it looks nothing like any of the examples I’ve seen online. Here a sample, it’s a long file. Any ideas what I’m doing wrong???? My controller works fine, I just want to add the emulation exit.

    this is what my retroarch.cfg contains:

    ## Skeleton config file for RetroArch

    # Save all save files (*.srm) to this directory. This includes related files like .bsv, .rtc, .psrm, etc …
    # This will be overridden by explicit command line options.
    # savefile_directory =

    # Save all save states (*.state) to this directory.
    # This will be overridden by explicit command line options.
    # savestate_directory =

    # If set to a directory, Content which is temporarily extracted
    # will be extracted to this directory.
    # extraction_directory =

    # Automatically saves a savestate at the end of RetroArch’s lifetime.
    # The path is $SRAM_PATH.auto.
    # RetroArch will automatically load any savestate with this path on startup if savestate_auto_load is set.
    # savestate_auto_save = false
    # savestate_auto_load = true

    # Load libretro from a dynamic location for dynamically built RetroArch.
    # This option is mandatory.

    # Path to a libretro implementation.
    # libretro_path = “/path/to/libretro.so”

    # A directory for where to search for libretro core implementations.
    # libretro_directory =

    # Sets log level for libretro cores (GET_LOG_INTERFACE).
    # If a log level issued by a libretro core is below libretro_log_level, it is ignored.
    # DEBUG logs are always ignored unless verbose mode is activated (–verbose).
    # DEBUG = 0, INFO = 1, WARN = 2, ERROR = 3.
    # libretro_log_level = 0

    # Enable or disable verbosity level of frontend.
    # log_verbosity = false

    # Enable or disable RetroArch performance counters
    # perfcnt_enable = false

    # Path to core options config file.
    # This config file is used to expose core-specific options.
    # It will be written to by RetroArch.
    # A default path will be assigned if not set.
    core_options_path = /opt/retropie/configs/all/retroarch-core-options.cfg

    # Path to content load history file.
    # RetroArch keeps track of all content loaded in the menu and from CLI directly for convenient quick loading.
    # A default path will be assigned if not set.
    # game_history_path =

    # Number of entries that will be kept in content history file.
    # game_history_size = 100

    # Sets the “system” directory.
    # Implementations can query for this directory to load BIOSes, system-specific configs, etc.
    system_directory = /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/../BIOS

    # Sets start directory for menu content browser.
    # rgui_browser_directory =

    # Content directory. Interacts with RETRO_ENVIRONMENT_GET_CONTENT_DIRECTORY.
    # Usually set by developers who bundle libretro/RetroArch apps to point to assets.
    # content_directory =

    # Assets directory. This location is queried by default when menu interfaces try to look for
    # loadable assets, etc.
    # assets_directory =

    # Sets start directory for menu config browser.
    # rgui_config_directory =

    # Show startup screen in menu.
    # Is automatically set to false when seen for the first time.
    # This is only updated in config if config_save_on_exit is set to true, however.
    # rgui_show_start_screen = true

    # Flushes config to disk on exit. Useful for menu as settings can be modified.
    # Overwrites the config. #include’s and comments are not preserved.
    config_save_on_exit = false

    # Load up a specific config file based on the core being used.
    # core_specific_config = false

    #### Video

    # Video driver to use. “gl”, “xvideo”, “sdl”
    # video_driver = “gl”

    # Which OpenGL context implementation to use.
    # Possible ones for desktop are: glx, x-egl, kms-egl, sdl-gl, wgl.
    # By default, tries to use first suitable driver.
    # video_gl_context =

    # Windowed xscale and yscale
    # (Real x res: base_size * xscale * aspect_ratio, real y res: base_size * yscale)
    # video_xscale = 3.0
    # video_yscale = 3.0

    # Fullscreen resolution. Resolution of 0 uses the resolution of the desktop.
    # video_fullscreen_x = 0
    # video_fullscreen_y = 0

    # Start in fullscreen. Can be changed at runtime.
    # video_fullscreen = false

    # If fullscreen, prefer using a windowed fullscreen mode.
    # video_windowed_fullscreen = true

    # Which monitor to prefer. 0 (default) means no particular monitor is preferred, 1 and up (1 being first monitor),
    # suggests RetroArch to use that particular monitor.
    # video_monitor_index = 0

    # Forcibly disable composition. Only works in Windows Vista/7 for now.
    # video_disable_composition = false

    # Video vsync.
    # video_vsync = true

    # Attempts to hard-synchronize CPU and GPU. Can reduce latency at cost of performance.
    # video_hard_sync = false

    # Sets how many frames CPU can run ahead of GPU when using video_hard_sync.
    # Maximum is 3.
    # video_hard_sync_frames = 0

    # Inserts a black frame inbetween frames.
    # Useful for 120 Hz monitors who want to play 60 Hz material with eliminated ghosting.
    # video_refresh_rate should still be configured as if it is a 60 Hz monitor (divide refresh rate by 2).
    # video_black_frame_insertion = false

    # Use threaded video driver. Using this might improve performance at possible cost of latency and more video stuttering.
    video_threaded = true

    # Use a shared context for HW rendered libretro cores.
    # Avoids having to assume GL state changes inbetween frames.
    # video_shared_context = false

    # Smoothens picture with bilinear filtering. Should be disabled if using pixel shaders.
    video_smooth = false

    # Forces rendering area to stay equal to content aspect ratio or as defined in video_aspect_ratio.
    # video_force_aspect = true

    # Only scales video in integer steps.
    # The base size depends on system-reported geometry and aspect ratio.
    # If video_force_aspect is not set, X/Y will be integer scaled independently.
    # video_scale_integer = false

    # A floating point value for video aspect ratio (width / height).
    # If this is not set, aspect ratio is assumed to be automatic.
    # Behavior then is defined by video_aspect_ratio_auto.
    video_aspect_ratio = 1.33

    # If this is true and video_aspect_ratio is not set,
    # aspect ratio is decided by libretro implementation.
    # If this is false, 1:1 PAR will always be assumed if video_aspect_ratio is not set.
    # video_aspect_ratio_auto = false

    # Forces cropping of overscanned frames.
    # Exact behavior of this option is implementation specific.
    # video_crop_overscan = true

    # Path to shader. Shader can be either Cg, CGP (Cg preset) or GLSL, GLSLP (GLSL preset)
    # video_shader = “/path/to/shader.{cg,cgp,glsl,glslp}”

    # Load video_shader on startup.
    # Other shaders can still be loaded later in runtime.
    # video_shader_enable = false

    # Defines a directory where shaders (Cg, CGP, GLSL) are kept for easy access.
    video_shader_dir = /opt/retropie/emulators/RetroArch/shader/

    # CPU-based video filter. Path to a dynamic library.
    # video_filter =

    # Path to a font used for rendering messages. This path must be defined to enable fonts.
    # Do note that the _full_ path of the font is necessary!
    # video_font_path =

    # Size of the font rendered.
    # video_font_size = 32

    # Enable usage of OSD messages.
    # video_font_enable = true

    # Offset for where messages will be placed on screen. Values are in range 0.0 to 1.0 for both x and y values.
    # [0.0, 0.0] maps to the lower left corner of the screen.
    # video_message_pos_x = 0.05
    # video_message_pos_y = 0.05

    # Color for message. The value is treated as a hexadecimal value.
    # It is a regular RGB hex number, i.e. red is “ff0000”.
    # video_message_color = ffffff

    # Video refresh rate of your monitor.
    # Used to calculate a suitable audio input rate.
    # video_refresh_rate = 59.95

    # Allows libretro cores to set rotation modes.
    # Setting this to false will honor, but ignore this request.
    # This is useful for vertically oriented content where one manually rotates the monitor.
    # video_allow_rotate = true

    # Forces a certain rotation of the screen.
    # The rotation is added to rotations which the libretro core sets (see video_allow_rotate).
    # The angle is <value> * 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
    # video_rotation = 0

    #### Audio

    # Enable audio.
    # audio_enable = true

    # Audio output samplerate.
    # audio_out_rate = 48000

    # Audio resampler backend. Which audio resampler to use.
    # Default will use “sinc”.
    # audio_resampler =

    # Audio driver backend. Depending on configuration possible candidates are: alsa, pulse, oss, jack, rsound, roar, openal, sdl, xaudio.
    # audio_driver =

    # Override the default audio device the audio_driver uses. This is driver dependant. E.g. ALSA wants a PCM device, OSS wants a path (e.g. /dev/dsp), Jack wants portnames (e.g. system:playback1,system:playback_2), and so on …
    # audio_device =

    # Audio DSP plugin that processes audio before it’s sent to the driver. Path to a dynamic library.
    # audio_dsp_plugin =

    # Will sync (block) on audio. Recommended.
    # audio_sync = true

    # Desired audio latency in milliseconds. Might not be honored if driver can’t provide given latency.
    # audio_latency = 64

    # Enable audio rate control.
    # audio_rate_control = true

    # Controls audio rate control delta. Defines how much input rate can be adjusted dynamically.
    # Input rate = in_rate * (1.0 +/- audio_rate_control_delta)
    # audio_rate_control_delta = 0.005

    # Audio volume. Volume is expressed in dB.
    # 0 dB is normal volume. No gain will be applied.
    # Gain can be controlled in runtime with input_volume_up/input_volume_down.
    # audio_volume = 0.0

    #### Overlay

    # Enable overlay.
    # input_overlay_enable = false

    # Path to input overlay
    # input_overlay =

    # Overlay opacity
    # input_overlay_opacity = 1.0

    # Overlay scale
    # input_overlay_scale = 1.0

    #### Input

    # Input driver. Depending on video driver, it might force a different input driver.
    # input_driver = sdl

    # Joypad driver. (Valid: linuxraw, sdl, dinput)
    # input_joypad_driver =

    # Keyboard layout for input driver if applicable (udev/evdev for now).
    # Syntax is either just layout (e.g. “no”), or a layout and variant separated with colon (“no:nodeadkeys”).
    # input_keyboard_layout =

    # Defines axis threshold. Possible values are [0.0, 1.0]
    # input_axis_threshold = 0.5

    # Enable input auto-detection. Will attempt to autoconfigure
    # joypads, Plug-and-Play style.
    input_autodetect_enable = true

    # Directory for joypad autoconfigs (PC).
    # If a joypad is plugged in, that joypad will be autoconfigured if a config file
    # corresponding to that joypad is present in joypad_autoconfig_dir.
    # Input binds which are made explicit (input_playerN_*_btn/axis) will take priority over autoconfigs.
    # Autoconfigs can be created with retroarch-joyconfig, manually, or with a frontend.
    # Requires input_autodetect_enable to be enabled.
    joypad_autoconfig_dir = /opt/retropie/emulators/RetroArch/configs/

    # Enable debug input key reporting on-screen.
    # input_debug_enable = false

    # Sets which libretro device is used for a player.
    # Devices are indentified with a number.
    # This is normally saved by the menu.
    # Device IDs are found in libretro.h.
    # These settings are overridden by explicit command-line arguments which refer to input devices.
    # None: 0
    # Joypad (RetroPad): 1
    # Mouse: 2
    # Keyboard: 3
    # Generic Lightgun: 4
    # Joypad w/ Analog (RetroPad + Analog sticks): 5
    # Multitap (SNES specific): 257
    # Super Scope (SNES specific): 260
    # Justifier (SNES specific): 516
    # Justifiers (SNES specific): 772

    # input_libretro_device_p1 =
    # input_libretro_device_p2 =
    # input_libretro_device_p3 =
    # input_libretro_device_p4 =
    # input_libretro_device_p5 =
    # input_libretro_device_p6 =
    # input_libretro_device_p7 =
    # input_libretro_device_p8 =

    # Keyboard input. Will recognize letters (“a” to “z”) and the following special keys (where “kp_”
    # is for keypad keys):
    #
    # left, right, up, down, enter, kp_enter, tab, insert, del, end, home,
    # rshift, shift, ctrl, alt, space, escape, add, subtract, kp_plus, kp_minus,
    # f1, f2, f3, f4, f5, f6, f7, f8, f9, f10, f11, f12,
    # num0, num1, num2, num3, num4, num5, num6, num7, num8, num9, pageup, pagedown,
    # keypad0, keypad1, keypad2, keypad3, keypad4, keypad5, keypad6, keypad7, keypad8, keypad9,
    # period, capslock, numlock, backspace, multiply, divide, print_screen, scroll_lock,
    # tilde, backquote, pause, quote, comma, minus, slash, semicolon, equals, leftbracket,
    # backslash, rightbracket, kp_period, kp_equals, rctrl, ralt
    #
    # Keyboard input, Joypad and Joyaxis will all obey the “nul” bind, which disables the bind completely,
    # rather than relying on a default.
    input_player1_a = x
    input_player1_b = z
    input_player1_y = a
    input_player1_x = s
    input_player1_start = enter
    input_player1_select = rshift
    input_player1_l = q
    input_player1_r = w
    input_player1_left = left
    input_player1_right = right
    input_player1_up = up
    input_player1_down = down
    # input_player1_l2 =
    # input_player1_r2 =
    # input_player1_l3 =
    # input_player1_r3 =

    # Two analog sticks (DualShock-esque).
    # Bound as usual, however, if a real analog axis is bound,
    # it can be read as a true analog.
    # Positive X axis is right, Positive Y axis is down.
    # input_player1_l_x_plus =
    # input_player1_l_x_minus =
    # input_player1_l_y_plus =
    # input_player1_l_y_minus =
    # input_player1_r_x_plus =
    # input_player1_r_x_minus =
    # input_player1_r_y_plus =
    # input_player1_r_y_minus =

    # If desired, it is possible to override which joypads are being used for player 1 through 8.
    # First joypad available is 0.
    # input_player1_joypad_index = 0
    # input_player2_joypad_index = 1
    # input_player3_joypad_index = 2
    # input_player4_joypad_index = 3
    # input_player5_joypad_index = 4
    # input_player6_joypad_index = 5
    # input_player7_joypad_index = 6
    # input_player8_joypad_index = 7

    # Joypad buttons.
    # Figure these out by using RetroArch-Phoenix or retroarch-joyconfig.
    # You can use joypad hats with hnxx, where n is the hat, and xx is a string representing direction.
    # E.g. “h0up”
    # input_player1_a_btn =
    # input_player1_b_btn =
    # input_player1_y_btn =
    # input_player1_x_btn =
    # input_player1_start_btn =
    # input_player1_select_btn =
    # input_player1_l_btn =
    # input_player1_r_btn =
    # input_player1_left_btn =
    # input_player1_right_btn =
    # input_player1_up_btn =
    # input_player1_down_btn =
    # input_player1_l2_btn =
    # input_player1_r2_btn =
    # input_player1_l3_btn =
    # input_player1_r3_btn =

    # Axis for RetroArch D-Pad.
    # Needs to be either ‘+’ or ‘-‘ in the first character signaling either positive or negative direction of the axis, then the axis number.
    # Do note that every other input option has the corresponding _btn and _axis binds as well; they are omitted here for clarity.
    # input_player1_left_axis =
    # input_player1_right_axis =
    # input_player1_up_axis =
    # input_player1_down_axis =

    # Holding the turbo while pressing another button will let the button enter a turbo mode
    # where the button state is modulated with a periodic signal.
    # The modulation stops when the button itself (not turbo button) is released.
    # input_player1_turbo =

    # Describes the period and how long of that period a turbo-enabled button should behave.
    # Numbers are described in frames.
    # input_turbo_period = 6
    # input_turbo_duty_cycle = 3

    # This goes all the way to player 8 (*_player2_*, *_player3_*, etc), but omitted for clarity.
    # All input binds have corresponding binds for keyboard (none), joykeys (_btn) and joyaxes (_axis) as well.

    # Toggles fullscreen.
    # input_toggle_fullscreen = f

    # Saves state.
    # input_save_state = f2
    # Loads state.
    # input_load_state = f4

    # State slots. With slot set to 0, save state name is *.state (or whatever defined on commandline).
    # When slot is != 0, path will be $path%d, where %d is slot number.
    # input_state_slot_increase = f7
    # input_state_slot_decrease = f6

    # Toggles between fast-forwarding and normal speed.
    # input_toggle_fast_forward = space

    # Hold for fast-forward. Releasing button disables fast-forward.
    # input_hold_fast_forward = l

    # Key to exit RetroArch cleanly.
    # Killing it in any hard way (SIGKILL, etc) will terminate RetroArch without saving RAM, etc.
    # On Unix-likes, SIGINT/SIGTERM allows a clean deinitialization.
    input_exit_emulator = escape

    # Applies next and previous shader in directory.
    input_shader_next = m
    input_shader_prev = n

    # Hold button down to rewind. Rewinding must be enabled.
    input_rewind = r

    # Toggle between recording and not.
    # input_movie_record_toggle = o

    # Toggle between paused and non-paused state
    # input_pause_toggle = p

    # Frame advance when content is paused
    # input_frame_advance = k

    # Reset the content.
    # input_reset = h

    # Cheats.
    # input_cheat_index_plus = y
    # input_cheat_index_minus = t
    # input_cheat_toggle = u

    # Mute/unmute audio
    # input_audio_mute = f9

    # Take screenshot
    # input_screenshot = f8

    # Netplay flip players.
    # input_netplay_flip_players = i

    # Hold for slowmotion.
    # input_slowmotion = e

    # Enable other hotkeys.
    # If this hotkey is bound to either keyboard, joybutton or joyaxis,
    # all other hotkeys will be disabled unless this hotkey is also held at the same time.
    # This is useful for RETRO_KEYBOARD centric implementations
    # which query a large area of the keyboard, where it is not desirable
    # that hotkeys get in the way.

    # Alternatively, all hotkeys for keyboard could be disabled by the user.
    input_enable_hotkey = escape

    # Increases audio volume.
    # input_volume_up = kp_plus
    # Decreases audio volume.
    # input_volume_down = kp_minus

    # Toggles to next overlay. Wraps around.
    # input_overlay_next =

    # Toggles eject for disks. Used for multiple-disk content.
    # input_disk_eject_toggle =

    # Cycles through disk images. Use after ejecting.
    # Complete by toggling eject again.
    # input_disk_next =

    # Toggles menu.
    # input_menu_toggle = f1

    # Toggles mouse grab. When mouse is grabbed, RetroArch hides the mouse,
    # and keeps the mouse pointer inside the window to allow relative mouse input
    # to work better.
    # input_grab_mouse_toggle = f11

    #### Menu

    # Menu driver to use. “rgui”, “lakka”, etc.
    # menu_driver = “rgui”

    #### Camera

    # Override the default camera device the camera driver uses. This is driver dependant.
    # camera_device =

    # Override the default privacy permission for cores that want to access camera services. Is “false” by default.
    # camera_allow = false

    #### Location

    # Override the default privacy permission for cores that want to access location services. Is “false” by default.
    # location_allow = false

    #### Netplay

    # When being client over netplay, use keybinds for player 1.
    # netplay_client_swap_input = false

    # The nickname being used for playing online.
    # netplay_nickname =

    # The amount of delay frames to use for netplay. Increasing this value will increase
    # performance, but introduce more latency.
    # netplay_delay_frames = 0

    # Netplay mode for the current user.
    # false is Server, true is Client.
    # netplay_mode = false

    # Enable or disable spectator mode for the player during netplay.
    # netplay_spectator_mode_enable = false

    # The IP Address of the host to connect to.
    # netplay_ip_address =

    # The port of the host IP Address. Can be either a TCP or an UDP port.
    # netplay_ip_port = 55435

    #### Misc

    # Enable rewinding. This will take a performance hit when playing, so it is disabled by default.
    rewind_enable = false

    # Rewinding buffer size in megabytes. Bigger rewinding buffer means you can rewind longer.
    # The buffer should be approx. 20MB per minute of buffer time.
    rewind_buffer_size = 10

    # Rewind granularity. When rewinding defined number of frames, you can rewind several frames at a time, increasing the rewinding speed.
    rewind_granularity = 2

    # Pause gameplay when window focus is lost.
    # pause_nonactive = true

    # Autosaves the non-volatile SRAM at a regular interval. This is disabled by default unless set otherwise.
    # The interval is measured in seconds. A value of 0 disables autosave.
    # autosave_interval =

    # Path to XML cheat database (as used by bSNES).
    # cheat_database_path =

    # Path to XML cheat config, a file which keeps track of which
    # cheat settings are used for individual games.
    # If the file does not exist, it will be created.
    # cheat_settings_path =

    # Directory to dump screenshots to.
    # screenshot_directory =

    # Records video after CPU video filter.
    # video_post_filter_record = false

    # Records output of GPU shaded material if available.
    # video_gpu_record = false

    # Screenshots output of GPU shaded material if available.
    video_gpu_screenshot = true

    # Block SRAM from being overwritten when loading save states.
    # Might potentially lead to buggy games.
    # block_sram_overwrite = false

    # When saving a savestate, save state index is automatically increased before
    # it is saved.
    # Also, when loading content, the index will be set to the highest existing index.
    # There is no upper bound on the index.
    # savestate_auto_index = false

    # Slowmotion ratio. When slowmotion, content will slow down by factor.
    # slowmotion_ratio = 3.0

    # The maximum rate at which content will be run when using fast forward. (E.g. 5.0 for 60 fps content => 300 fps cap).
    # RetroArch will go to sleep to ensure that the maximum rate will not be exceeded.
    # Do not rely on this cap to be perfectly accurate.
    # A negative ratio equals no FPS cap.
    # fastforward_ratio = -1.0

    # Enable stdin/network command interface.
    # network_cmd_enable = false
    # network_cmd_port = 55355
    # stdin_cmd_enable = false

    #30405

    Fishb0y

    You beautiful S.O.B.!

    #31459

    peter

    erik, add those lines at the very bottom of your retroarch.cfg

    # Quit Game: Select + Start
    input_enable_hotkey_btn = “enter_number_of_your_select_button_here”
    input_exit_emulator_btn = “enter_number_of_your_start_button_here”

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