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* You must use DOSBox. I did not find yet a good front-end for Gentoo. Write the configuration file yourself, and start the emulator directly on the command-line with as an argument the .EXE you want to load.
* You must use DOSBox. I did not find yet a good front-end for Gentoo. Write the configuration file yourself, and start the emulator directly on the command-line with as an argument the .EXE you want to load.
* Try dboxfe as a front end.
* Try dboxfe as a front end. It's already quite usable, not yet perfect though.
 
* Press Control-F10 to turn the mouse cursor off (useful for many games). Press Control-F11 or F12 to increase or decrease the CPU cycles. Some old games may need a very low cycle rate.
* Press Control-F10 to turn the mouse cursor off (useful for many games).


== Commodore 64 ==
== Commodore 64 ==


* Vice 1.22 is good, however I had problems with keyboard keys and speed (while reading the disks).
* Vice 1.22 is good, however I had problems with keyboard keys and speed (while reading the disks).

Revision as of 20:07, 5 January 2008

Nintendo NES

  • fakenes seems very good, with an excellent GUI and an excellent video support via OpenGL.
  • Fakenes is quite slow with good video options (HQ4X). It also must be ran in windowed mode in order to use alt-tab.
  • Mednafen is another candidate.

Sega Saturn

  • The best one on Linux seems to be Yabause. Although slow, and problematic for sound, it is impressive already.

DOS

  • You must use DOSBox. I did not find yet a good front-end for Gentoo. Write the configuration file yourself, and start the emulator directly on the command-line with as an argument the .EXE you want to load.
  • Try dboxfe as a front end. It's already quite usable, not yet perfect though.
  • Press Control-F10 to turn the mouse cursor off (useful for many games). Press Control-F11 or F12 to increase or decrease the CPU cycles. Some old games may need a very low cycle rate.

Commodore 64

  • Vice 1.22 is good, however I had problems with keyboard keys and speed (while reading the disks).