I’ve uploaded a new iGame-Dev.lha version at http://winterland.no-ip.org/igame. It solves some DSI errors on OS4 (please do send me an email if you’ve found any more! :-)), plus there is some support for using game’s icons for displaying screenshots. This ATM will work only on OS3.5 and onwards, not sure about 3.1 for this one yet. There are still some small things to fix before a 1.6 release, such as not destroying the game icon when editing it’s tooltypes from within iGame, taking care for non-whdload games when scanning, and a new small feature I have in mind. That’s all!
After seeing my poor netbook suffering under the rule of KDE, it’s fan always on, it’s memory occupied by weird stuff like virtuozo and plasma-something, I decided I needed to give it a break. So, I went back to openbox.Read on →
Since I started uploading to Vimeo, I’ve located some old videos I had laying around and thought I’d share. These videos show an Amiga emulating an Atari ST (even at OS level) and an 8088 PC. Check them out below…Read on →
After some more fiddling around with the Pi, here’s a couple more emulators that run nicely on it.Read on →
I left my previous post on the Pi at the point where I had SDL with DirectFB installed and tried to run the fuse zx emulator (no X11). It took me a week to understand that that wasn’t working. Although I’ve used Gentoo Linux for some 10 years now, I had never played with framebuffers before, so it was an honest mistake.Read on →
My Raspberry Pi arrived yesterday, played around with it a bit, and here’s my first day’s impressions in three words: Fun! Fun! Fun!Read on →
Woohoo!! I’ve just completed my order for a raspberry pi! Still a month away to get it here, but anyways. Plenty of time to do some reading. :-)
If you ever used an Amiga after it’s commodore demise, you would most likely have heard of www.amiga-hardware.com, and even visited a few times. Those who did a bit more with their machines apart from playing a casual game, would have bookmarked it forever. If you’ve never heard of it, it listed almost every piece of hardware related to the Amiga.Read on →
This is epic.
What to do when you want to archive your collection of 5000 3.5” floppy disks? One would start now, insert each one in the drive, dd it (or adf it if you’re using an amiga), eject and repeat and be done by 2045.Read on →