Java MSX/MSX2 emulator with PSG/SCC/FM

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Por erikd

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05-09-2008, 10:51


Cool! Now I must go figure out where/how to get BDJ!

If you have a PS3, you already have BDJ (it's part of the Bluray spec).

I just tried to run the JEmu2 MSX applet, but couldnt get it to work...

Tried on 2 different machines, one on Win98 another on WinXP, both on IE and Firefox, neither worked... all I get is a black screen after the "click here to start" appears.

Well, that's not really surprising because that's why the MSX applets are not available on the website: they don't work.
I'm guessing you opened the html source of the page to see where they used to be?

Is there anyway to run this applet locally - or on my own site?
I suggest to use the .jnlp link (the Java Web Start version) to run JEmu2 locally, or link to the .jnlp from your own site.
The .jnlp version works better than the applet, and it's a lot easier to set up.

Por SLotman

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05-09-2008, 15:02

Well, that's not really surprising because that's why the MSX applets are not available on the website: they don't work.
I'm guessing you opened the html source of the page to see where they used to be?

Nope, I just googled for "JEmu2 MSX Applet" when looking for information on the emulator... second link points to http://www.gagaplay.com/jemu2/applet/msx/

I suggest to use the .jnlp link (the Java Web Start version) to run JEmu2 locally, or link to the .jnlp from your own site.

I understand that, but I do prefer an applet... my idea was to let users play on their browsers my games (the free ones and possible the ones being sold), but thanks anyway!

Good luck with your project :)

Por erikd

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05-09-2008, 18:29


Nope, I just googled for "JEmu2 MSX Applet" when looking for information on the emulator... second link points to

Ah, I see... Now I understand the confusion Tongue

I understand that, but I do prefer an applet... my idea was to let users play on their browsers my games (the free ones and possible the ones being sold), but thanks anyway!
It's quite tricky to set up the JEmu2 applet. When the MSX version of the applet works again, I might write some 'how-to' document.

Por Manuel

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05-09-2008, 22:26

The webstart thing still doesn't work here:
com.sun.deploy.net.FailedDownloadException: Unable to load resource: http://www.gagaplay.com/jemu2/jemu2.jnlp

Por SLotman

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05-09-2008, 23:05

Strange, here even on Windows98 the webstart works without a problem... and it works also on XP for me.

Is it a problem with webstart itself, like no Java program runs opening from the internet, or with JEmu2 in particular?

Hmmm... since it failed to download, are you sure you don't have a firewall blocking it?

Por erikd

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08-09-2008, 08:49

Hmmm... since it failed to download, are you sure you don't have a firewall blocking it?
Exactly my thoughts...

What java version are you running on?

Por [D-Tail]

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08-09-2008, 12:34

Pretty fat chance that your Java is too recent. If I remember correctly, Java 1.6 (Java 6, sic). Most (web)apps that I have seen have been written for Java 1.4. Under 1.5 (5, sic!) some of them will do the job, others don't. With the coming of Java 1.6 I presume that more and more (web)apps will fail due to deprecated and/or obsoleted library calls.

Por erikd

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09-09-2008, 23:08

Nah, JEmu2 works fine on Java6. It even works on Java7 nightly builds.
I've actually very rarely seen older java stuff fail on Java6.

Por Manuel

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09-09-2008, 23:22

I'm running Java 6. Which ports should be opened then? And then again: my firewall doesn't block outgoing requests....
Note that with a toolie like wget, I can download the file (mentioned in the error dialog) fine... Maybe Java has somehow no rights to download files!?

Por erikd

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10-09-2008, 15:07

Could you try going to the control panel -> Java -> General -> Network Settings and select 'Direct Connection'?

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