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- May 9, 2017 at 10:38 am #106383Ninja UKKeymaster@ninja
Hi guys. I downloaded the hyperpie build and i have all the roms and more on a pi drive.
Any chance of having the build put up without the ROMS so i can put it on all a smaller SD card or any advice on how i can do it.
Many thanks and thank you to the devs for their outstanding work.May 9, 2017 at 1:36 pm #112281canter6@canter6
at the very bottom of the below linked page, is the base build links for hyperpie.
outside of that, if you already have the image, you can strip the roms.May 9, 2017 at 2:02 pm #112282taff0935@taff0935
The image at the bottom is Dave Martis base image. The one i'm referring to by MLP has all the wheels etc and a better retropie menu for using hdd etc.
I basically want that 128gb image without the ROMS so i can run them from HDD and using a smaller SD card.
I have seen posts using GParted to shrink the partition but im a total noob when it comes to linux etc.
CheersMay 9, 2017 at 2:12 pm #112283canter6@canter6
ah!, yup me too ( noob) soz mate, i guess ill tag along for the bus ride to linux school with you Â ?May 9, 2017 at 7:48 pm #112284taff0935@taff0935
Ok, i have managed to shrink the image in ubuntu using gparted. The issue i have now is that windows still sees it as 128gb and not smaller. Any ideas??May 30, 2017 at 2:23 pm #112285canter6@canter6
ok i managed to do just this ( albeit i used a different build set. but i t should work the same)
I used motion blue base build with MLPs roms from his hyperpie build ( i started with mlps build and had issues with it)
what i did was, extract MLPs image file which extacted into another inage file and extracted that as well ( if you dont have a huge hard drive i reccomend deleting the first image file before extracting the second, as i did not the first time and my 500 gb harddrive filled up after waiting a while for it to extract to only not finish and have to restart it.
upon extracting the second image file, you will get all of the build files, ( including roms)
if you want to use your own roms, replace his roms folder with your own, and boom youre in.September 12, 2017 at 8:33 pm #112286ebeattyParticipant@ebeatty
Does the MLP Hyperpie Shrunk image require the hyper pie update pack?September 13, 2017 at 1:35 pm #112287Ninja UKKeymaster@ninjaQuote from ebeatty on September 12, 2017, 8:33 pm
Does the MLP Hyperpie Shrunk image require the hyper pie update pack?September 13, 2017 at 2:03 pm #112288ebeattyParticipant@ebeatty
Thank you. Â I have three of my favorite name games which don't appear to load up or work on the. Msp 128 shrunk image. Â What is the best way to fix these? With this image?
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