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  • #36377

    Twitch

    I cannot get gba to work. The bios in in the correct folder and when I start a game it goes black and then this pops up

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    /opt/retropie/supplementary/runcommand/run command.sh: /opt/emulators/gpsp/raspberrypi/gpsp: no such file or directory

    And then it goes back to emulation station.

    It has worked before but I had to start all over and now it doesn’t. Any help is very much appreciated.

    #37519

    Twitch

    Can someone please help. I have everything working completely except for GBA. Does anybody have any ideas what to do without starting all over?

    Thank you

    #37524
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    morias
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    That doesn’t look like a bios problem. If the bios isn’t there it comes up with a message saying it needs the bios.

    You may wish to check gpsp is installed correctly.

    #37527

    Twitch

    How to I go about checking that it’s installed correctly?

    #37762
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    morias
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    I suggest you check the directory and see if the files exist. If they do, try running the command from the command line.

    #38672

    Twitch

    All the files look like there fine.

    What would I put to run it in command line?

    #39468

    Twitch

    OK now I’m getting permission denied after I try to run a game.

    What do I do now.

    Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

    #40482

    Twitch

    Any ideas.

    #40599
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    morias
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    Try the chown command. Zsprawl’s guide on these forums for Retropie 2.2 has it.

    #41741

    Twitch

    I tried the sudo chown command many times with no effect. anyone else have any ideas

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