Trouble upgrading OpenMSX on Raspberry Pi 400

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Par smx

Resident (62)

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09-08-2022, 21:52

Hi Zwarteziel,
I've gad an error on dpkg of libglew2 that depends on libgl1 that is not installed.
I've fixed by "sudo apt --fix-broken install"
Then I've try to launch openmsx by shell and the error is "cmos not found".

So I think something to do, maybe openmsx configurations?

Par Manuel

Ascended (19058)

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09-08-2022, 22:40

That is not an error, but an informative message.

Par Daemos

Paragon (2009)

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10-08-2022, 00:41

ok I think by now everything works the way it should work. opengl is being rendered and the framerates are excellent even without overclocking. Just some minor details and this virtual MSX is running perfectly

Par smx

Resident (62)

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10-08-2022, 08:50

Now I'm trying to do this:

openmsx -machine Philips_VG8020

the error returned is:

Segmentation fault

Systemroms folder is equal to my Windows installation

What can I do?

Par Daemos

Paragon (2009)

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10-08-2022, 09:39

@manuel: openmsx can indeed run without X. Got the problem solved by adding the user to the input group. However without x switching to other VT's is impossible. Adds to the realism fair enough but makes it impossible to service the virtual msx online. Skipping x makes the bootup alot faster though.

Par Manuel

Ascended (19058)

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10-08-2022, 10:04

smx: your openMSX is crashing. I can't tell why. I doubt it's your openMSX configuration. Probably incompatible libraries...

Par Zwarteziel

Rookie (24)

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10-08-2022, 20:19

Hi smx,

Did you upgrade your Pi after installing Raspbian? That could perhaps explain missing libraries and such. To do so, you can type:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

Par Daemos

Paragon (2009)

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11-08-2022, 01:01

managed to ditch systemd. by only mounting whats required then starting the udev daemon and directly openmsx the bootup time is now reduced to less then 4 seconds. Framedrops are non existent.

Par Zwarteziel

Rookie (24)

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11-08-2022, 14:51

That is extremely impressive Daemos... well done!

Par Daemos

Paragon (2009)

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11-08-2022, 15:13

If you need the image I can send it via wetransfer to you.

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