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    I want to enter the desktop Raspberry Pi 2, each time I enter even pressing “Alt + F4” to the command line, 5 seconds returns to the main paltalla rearfoot, I can not do anything.

    Can be included in future versions of rearfoot the possibility bentana entering the command line?

    Best regards.

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    after you quit ES, press a key when it first returns to terminal, and it will drop to a command prompt.

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    Hello sir:

    It occurs early starting Raspberry Pi 2. achievement that the console or command line mode is maintained when I want and when I want to enter backfoot.

    So I want a system that is able to get what you want as do other proposals hindfoot type.

    As emulator, hindfoot seems best, only it lacks what I say. The rest of hindfoot’ve done a good job.

    A greetings.

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    (I think hindfoot/backfoot = RetroPie)
    You can boot straight to the command line everytime if you want – is that what you mean?

    You can manage this in the setup menu. So exit Emultation Station with F4. press another button within 5 seconds to stop it restarting), then type “sudo /home/pi/RetroPie-Setup/”
    Then look in the setup menu for the option to boot to the command line.

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    When pulse F4, came to the terminal. I have to put the Login. You said that pressing F4 and I press another button within 5 seconds.
    Press the button you press on the keyboard, passes 5 seconds and returns to the home screen. It is not retained in the terminal.


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