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  • cpcbegin
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    I don’t understand why don’t add desktop files that make things easier to newbies and more people may use retropie, also like a tool to configure a complete system like raspbian.

    cpcbegin
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    You can open dsk, cpr, cdt, cdt, tzx, csw, wav, voc and sna.
    These files may be compressed into a zip or a tar.gz

    I don’t try all the formats…

    cpcbegin
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    No, CapriceRPI doesn’t emulate neither CPC+ nor GX4000.
    Try Arnold CPC, it is slower, less stable but support CPC+ and GX4000.

    cpcbegin
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    I use a real USB keyboard, just press F9 to change between real keyboard and virtual keyboard.

    cpcbegin
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    in reply to: Amstrad GX4000 #121187

    Arnold CPC emulator, support CPC+ and GX4000, I compile it on raspberry pi 2 successfully:

    – Download this version: http://www.cpcwiki.eu/forum/emulators/arnold-wip/?action=dlattach;attach=17709
    – You got arnoldwip_src.tar.bz2.zip , delete .zip extension.
    – Decompress and compile:
    bunzip2 arnoldwip_src.tar.bz2
    tar xvf arnoldwip_src.tar
    sudo apt-get install cmake libsdl2-dev libwxgtk2.8-dev libwxgtk3.0-dev
    cd arnoldwip/src
    ./make_arnz80_release.sh
    – The binaries are on arnoldwip/exe

    cpcbegin
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    Now, the source code is in github https://github.com/KaosOverride/CapriceRPI
    – New menu with a lot of new autorun options for disc and tape images.
    – Support for raspberry pi 1 and 2.
    – Better performance.
    – English and Spanish manuals.
    – Etc.

    cpcbegin
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    These are the links available by the moment… the author is KaosOverride, usual person in Spanish Amstrad CPC scene.

    cpcbegin
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    Just download the binary from here, descompress and launch the binary.

    tar -zxvf CapriceRPI2-TEST_BUILD.tgz
    cd RELEASE
    ./capriceRP2

    Are you trying to play CapriceRP2 in Raspberry pi 2?
    If you are using an older raspberry pi and it doesn’t work, try to recompile again.

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