You want to plug a keyboard into your USB port on your Pi. Then, when it asks to setup the controller, hit F4.
From there you get a command line and can run ‘raspi-config’. I forget, but you may need to put the ‘sudo’ command in front of it. So it may look like:
from the command line. You’re doing this so you can setup your wifi, unless you plug it directly into your ethernet.
Once you have wifi, you can run the previously mentioned command. WARNING: If you’re in the US, you may also need to change the keyboard settings in raspi-config. The UK keyboard layouts don’t map the ‘|’ key properly for US keyboards. Here’s my steps for getting it setup:
- Image Retropie to SD
- Boot with SD
- F4 on keyboard to command line
- Setup WifI
- Change Keyboard Layout (It looks complicated, but you just want to choose US settings in the menus that come up)
- curl https://get.pimoroni.com/picadehat | bash
- reboot (from the command line, note the ‘sudo reboot’ and the ‘sudo shutdown now’ commands, pretty obvious what they do)
You can then see where you are from there.