New to forums, so I think I’m in an ok place, but let me know if I’m not. I am running Retroarch 1.10.3 on Raspbian 64-bit, and I’ve grabbed the package from Flatpak (using the most basic commands found here). The program compiles, and after configuring the directories in setting to point at the appropriate folders generated (and altering the config to grab the latest cores found for Linux x86_64 systems found here), the core updater pulled the files into the appropriate folder, and I updated all other fields which could be (Cheats, Overlays, Core Info, etc.).
Then, the dreaded news came, and the most generic issue cited on RetroArch’s FAQ page: " When I try to load a core, RetroArch still says No Core". The only listed option under this FAQ which seemed to make sense was to generate a log file, to try and sniff out the errors (lines 54-63 in this gist). Esoteric advice online seems to regard it as an issue with shared libraries, which usually points at /lib, /usr/lib, and /usr/local/lib, but Flatpak installed everything in /var/…/, so I’m wondering if the fix is there. In the GUI, I can see my downloaded cores in the Load Core screen, but after selecting one, it still says No Core in the bottom right-hand corner.
I’m hoping we can figure this out together; if any extra info is needed, let me know.
Retroarch config gist: file two in log gist