How-to Guide: Manually Installing RetroPie: Navigating the RetroPie Setup Script Menu Structure
Following the June 8th 2016 update to the RetroPie Setup Script the functionality and menu structure have changed noticeably from the streamlined earlier incarnation.
Whilst the new (at time of writing) version 4.0 DEV allows far more control over the setup and maintenance of RetroPie, it necessarily appears a little more complex than before; in this guide I illustrate the revised layout.
Sections of this article expand upon my previous guide: Multipurpose Raspberry Pi: Installing a Media, Gaming, PC Replacement
- Manually Installing RetroPie
- Obtaining and Installing the RetroPie Setup Script
- Running the RetroPie Setup Tool: Original Incarnation
- Running the RetroPie Setup Tool: Version 4.0 DEV
- Related Posts
Manually Installing RetroPie
Installation of RetroPie on an already extant Raspbian system is relatively straightforward. For guidance on installing and setting up Raspbian, please see Multipurpose Raspberry Pi: Installing a Media, Gaming, PC Replacement
First, after completing the steps listed, ensure that the Raspberry Pi has been rebooted.