Delete emulationstation from boot

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    Hello, I tried to set-up emulationstation from a new Raspbian image, but I have some many problems with it. How can I delete the emulationstation from boot with the Retropie project? I think it’s the easiest solution for me. I tried to see the command line which boot emulationstation in rc.local and boot.cfg but I didn’t see a line. I just want to launch emulationstation with the command when I want and not at the start up.




    can you run the /home/pi/RetroPie-Setup/ again? do it with sudo
    from there you can select SETUP and then disable the ES loading at boot



    Thanks for the reply, I have now a problem when I update my PI to the newest kernel 3.12.33, at the first time it works, but when I reboot I have the 3.12.28 kernel and I can’t update because it say that it’s the last version..

    I used : sudo apt-get update && rpi-update

    Thanks again

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