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modify_the_system_while_it_s_running [2021/03/10 11:05]
fishou Main headline was a level 1 headline, other headlines were level 3, I changed those to be level 2 so the table of content would display them correctly
modify_the_system_while_it_s_running [2021/04/09 14:29] (current)
fishou [Other system files] edited the location of the exemple, as python3.9 is used nowadays.
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 ===== Other system files ===== ===== Other system files =====
-For any other modifications, you can directly edit the files in their directory (for example if you want to play with the configgen scripts in ''/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/configgen/generators/''). Once the modifications are done, you can save them with the command:+For any other modifications, you can directly edit the files in their directory (for example if you want to play with the configgen scripts in ''/usr/lib/python3.9/site-packages/configgen/generators/''). Once the modifications are done, you can save them with the command:
  
   batocera-save-overlay   batocera-save-overlay
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 Some best practices here: Some best practices here:
   * You generally don't need to edit ''/etc/fstab'', use [[store_games_on_a_nas]] instead.   * You generally don't need to edit ''/etc/fstab'', use [[store_games_on_a_nas]] instead.
-  * You should not modify ''/usr/share/emulationstation/es_systems.cfg''. Instead, copy this file to ''/userdata/system/configs/emulationstation/es_systems.cfg'' and customize it from there. At startup, EmulationStation prefers the latter file if it exists.+  * You should not modify ''/usr/share/emulationstation/es_systems.cfg''. Instead, follow the instructions in [[emulationstation:customize_systems|the Customize sytems page]].
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