Newest firmware corrupting 3.2.1 setup?

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  • #110892
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    denus
    Participant

    I didn’t update anything for months, but it was time for me to install Retropie 3.2.1. It went well, transferred the roms, made some motifs regarding the overclock settings, installed wicd-curses to setup my WiFi.
    But… I ruined everything after I ran the updates as usual:
    – sudo apt-get update
    – sudo apt-get upgrade -y
    – rbi-update (firmware)

    After that, the whole installation went crazy: corrupted GUI, input devices (USB gamepad and keyboard) not detected anymore…
    So after a few hours and 3 installations, I’ll keep the software as it is without upgrades.

    Is this a known problem?

    #110899
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    buzz
    Keymaster

    you shouldn’t use rpi-update unless there is a specific reason to (test a new release or due to an issue that you know has been fixed). New kernels and firmware are packaged up for Raspbian when they are ready.

    update retropie like this – https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Updating-RetroPie

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Profile photo of buzz buzz.
    #110906
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    denus
    Participant

    Ok, thanks, will do that from now on.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Profile photo of denus denus.
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