Nah, the script ran as intended as far as I can see--I tried exiting and it immediately reloaded Pegasus-Fe. So I hit CTRL+ALT+F2 to get a tty terminal and logged in and attempted to run the commands.
I'll give this a shot and see if it works for me. Any ideas what's up with the port of Minecraft in the retropie setup? It says that my hardware isn't compatible with the port. (Perhaps it's expecting the rpi arm processor and there isn't anything available for x86\x64?
Once I get in I'll see what I can find. For the record I have a Steam Controller and two Logitech F710 gamepads.
Really want to thank you for hanging in there with me this whole way. I'm thrilled at the progress we've made so far.
Ah, okay that's good then. Found it a bit odd that you could exit Pegasus-FE, but thought you maybe fiddled with the script a bit, but then I understand
Yeah, Minecraft in RetroPie-Setup requires an RPi so it won't work, but I think you can download it manually and just add a bash script inside Ports to run it from within Pegasus-FE like Kodi and Steam.
Odd that your keyboard died on you, not just a battery issue? Does it find the receiver in terminal, like dmesg|grep <brand name> ?
Glad to be of assistance and that it finally works for you. And thank you for beta testing my script, must've been some changes along the road, made that script nearly a year ago so I guess that's why.