Stupid problem with root

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    Profile photo of tandre

    maybe I’ve forget something when I installed retropie but seems that retroarch can’t write in /pi/roms because it doesn’t have permission.
    How could I give root permission to “all” when my raspeberry boots?
    I don’t wanna anymore root problem anyhow I don’t have important files on it.

    thank you all

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by Profile photo of tandre tandre.

    Profile photo of Floob

    If you run the RetroPie setup script, you will see an option to reset the permissions

    Check 10:20 here:

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