I wonder if you could run full Vice from a update and a script..? well each script could run each emulator(x64,x64sc,vicII,X128 and so on) would love to get the Commodore PET to work, xpet, it was the first machine I used before I got the CBM 64 in 1983,I always wanted one but there are too expensive and to big... You could maybe run it from the USB and from a image file like X-Windows Mod is.
Anyone willing to take it on..?
THEC64(Mini or Maxi) runs VICE(x64 and xvic) then the libraries that run it are there already so just need a script to run each emulator and to get it to use the libraries on the system,you would have to use VICE 2.4 for arm Linux. or the same Vice RG used but complete.
I want to do some tests but need the Vice THEC64 uses,I need it complete with everything in it. My idea would be to stop the64 program then run the Vice emulator you want to run in the start.sh script...??
Has anyone tried to run the bin files from here... packages.debian.org/sid/armhf/vice/filelist in THEC64 Maxi/Mini by using a the start.sh script, most of the libs are in THEC64 already that why x64 and xvic works in the64 bin file,you could copy them to /usr/bin/..?
You would have to kill the64 program,then I don't know what the command would be to get it to run a bin file I think it's exec..?
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