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emulators [2012/10/28 00:40]
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-I am interested in using my AC100 to run some emulators so that I can play some games from some older game consoles.  This isnt much of an issue for x86 machines, or ARM machines running Android.  But for an AC100 running Linux, it isnt quite as easy.  I am personally running Ubuntu 12.04so the information am providing is most useful if you are running a similar setup.  Whenever possible, I try to get my gamepad (a Logitech Dual Action) to work logically with the game.  If anyone wants to edit this page with their experiences, or information pertaining to other Linux distributions, please feel free.+I am interested in using my AC100 to run some emulators so that I can play some games from some older game consoles.  This isnt much of an issue for x86 machines, or ARM machines running Android.  But for an AC100 running Linux, it isnt quite as easy.  I am personally running Ubuntu 12.10and expect a lot of the AC100 users visiting this page will be running a similar setup.  Whenever possible, I try to get my gamepad (a Logitech Dual Action) to work logically with the game.  If anyone wants to edit this page with their experiences, or information pertaining to other Linux distributions, please feel free.
  
 There is another ARM powered Linux machine out there that is commonly used for running emulators.  It is the OpenPandora.  Here is a page concerning emulator compatibility for that specific platform, but which may be of some use for the AC100: There is another ARM powered Linux machine out there that is commonly used for running emulators.  It is the OpenPandora.  Here is a page concerning emulator compatibility for that specific platform, but which may be of some use for the AC100:
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