- Retro Pie Menu: Menu in emulationstation for simpler configuration of your system.
- Runcommand: The runcommand launch menu that assists launching your games with proper configurations see related wiki page HERE.
YMMV The GPT partition table can also be moved out of the way of the SPL and U-Boot.: Updated from https://github.com/linux-sunxi/u-boot-sunxi/wiki mw.b 0x48000000 0x00 0x100000 # Zero buffer tftp 0x48000000 # Or use load to read from MMC or SCSI etc mmc erase 0x10 0x400 # Erase the MMC region containing u-boot, do not reset at this point!mmc write 0x48000000 0x10 0x400 # Write updated u-boot With recent U-Boot it's fine to use ext2/ext3 as boot partition, and other filesystems in the root partition too.That's because actual real usable space may vary by manufacturer and in some cases even with the same manufacturer. if you don't want to create a sd image you can just back up your bios, roms, and configuration files from the samba shares You can use Rpi-clone, a shell script that runs directly on your Raspberry Pi. Etcher for Windows x64 (64-bit) (Portable)Etcher for Windows x86 (32-bit) (Installer)Etcher for Windows x86 (32-bit) (Portable)Etcher for mac OSEtcher for Linux x64 (64-bit) (App Image)Etcher for Linux x86 (32-bit) (App Image)Here at we have thousands of users working through our getting started process and until recently we were embarassed about the steps that involved burning an SD card.
Partition the card with a 16MB boot partition starting at 1MB, and the rest as root partition sfdisk v2.26 and newer does not provide the -R flag, blockdev can be used instead.