Type at the command line:144TECH wrote: ↑Sun Aug 20, 2017 12:27 pm@ HoolyHoo,
I did install everything manually, that worked & everything got installed.
However, i guess i made a little mistake at the last rule wich has to be applied in rc.local , i could have entered that line incorrect.
But, i can do this one to get it right ( sudo sed -i '/\"exit 0\"/!s/exit 0/\/home\/pi\/gbzbatterymonitor\/HHMonitorStart.sh \&\nexit 0/g' /etc/rc.local ) so in this way it can't be wrong.
Now the only questions that last are, if that rule is typed or placed wrong, can this result in the battery icon appearing right before emulationstation runs, and dissapear when it enters retropie ?, because i see the icon coming up for 1 sec and then it dissapears.
And last question is, can it be turned off and on (offcourse when all is installed correct) by pressing select for a few seconds ?
And @Helder, if you read this, i have few aio's from you, including the Red colored aio 2.2(32u4), but for some reason i get trouble programming it into HoolyHoo's Hex, i get several errors in avrdudes for some reason it can't set the fuses, but when i reprogram it back to your Hex files, all goes perfect and no errors, only that Hex from HoolyHoo, and @ the white aio's there's no trouble flashing it into these Hex files.. (all connections are properly)
Thanks in advance, 144Tech
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