Thank you, I think, because I don't know how to get sudo permission. I thought it was by writing "sudo -s" but when I tried to edit it i got "Permission denied". So how do I get sudo permission?arimal wrote:You will need sudo permission to edit.
How do you do that? Because when I did like arimal said I still had to log in with pi and my password.chairsgotoschool wrote:dont you just open the setup for retropie then go to the setup/settings and set it to start on boot?