Hello. Tried installing Retrosmc today. Followed the steps completely. I am getting the message
/usr/bin/emulationstation : line 13: xxxx Segmentation fault $es_bin “$@”’
Uninstalled retropie and tried again and get the same message.
I tried searching here for anyone with a similar issue. I don’t have Hyperion and no over clocking. If I run /home/osmc/RetroPie/scripts/retropie.sh from the command line in ssh Emulation station starts up without problems.
I’m not sure what to look at. Any help would be appreciated.
Just some more info. Installing on a RPi 3 B+. I went ahead and did a fresh OSMC install on a separate 16gb sdcard. Installed Retropie following the instructions step by step and still get the same error and results. ES starts fine from the command line but not from the launcher addon or creating my own with System.Exec. Thanks.
Despite this extensive list I’m having trouble determining by reading online sources which cores are supported and which aren’t. Seems like there’s no other way than to test for yourself just like you did. Anyway, thanks for the heads-up! I’ll lower my expectations for the gaming part of Kodi 18 now. :I
I had already typed out a reply how I could second your description of the problem because I, too, ran into it yesterday during a reinstall. Of all the search engine results for /usr/bin/emulationstation Segmentation fault $es_bin “$@”’ there was one which I hadn’t read yet, and it turned out to contain the solution. Shoutout to hakuya on Github who posted the solution:
So if this isn’t self-explanatory, ssh into your RetrOSMC installation, open the script in question with a text editor like nano:
Press Ctrl + O to save the edited script, then Ctrl + X to exit.
Doesn’t work with the launcher of the 0.009 beta, though. If you’ve used it, you have to remove the 0.009 install script, download the 0.007 install script, make it executable, run it, have it uninstall the current launcher, and then install the 0.007 launcher again.