MSX Emu for LINUX ?

Por roadfighter

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31-10-2006, 17:36

Hello,

Are there some good emulators for linux ?
Ik use Suse 10.1.

Emil

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Por wolf_

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31-10-2006, 17:52

Por Manuel

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31-10-2006, 19:19

On Linux, openMSX is without any doubt the best emulator you can get. Sounds a bit arrogant from a developer, but I think everyone will agree Tongue

Of course, if you prove me wrong, that would help Smile

Por ARTRAG

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31-10-2006, 19:30

Apart from the 5th sprite in the status register 0 (Smile) I confirm that openmsx is excellent

If you use an highres monitor/videomode you will appreciate the X3 zoom, missing in blue
(at resolution 1280x1024 the window of bluemsx tends to be too small and you need to
pass to full screen)

Por dvik

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31-10-2006, 19:48

You can always try blueMSXlite as well but it doesn't have a launcher like openMSX. So openMSX is your best option for Linux atm.

Por roadfighter

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31-10-2006, 20:01

Thanxs,

I will look in to it, i have all ready downloaded the file.
Now i have to make it work Smile well we will see.

Emil

Por Manuel

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31-10-2006, 22:50

Emil, what distribution do you use? Oops, you already said that... Suse 10.1. I have no idea if SUSE has openMSX packages, but you can indeed always build the program yourself using the compilation guide in the manual.

If you have any problems or questions, feel free to join #openMSX irc.freenode.net Smile

About that 5th sprite: see the proper thread.
Also: the 4× scaling rules even more Smile

Por Manuel

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01-11-2006, 19:55

Note that openMSX is also quite usable without a launcher. (Sorry, I couldn't resist Tongue)