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Cresho
post Aug 14 2005, 10:56 PM
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QUOTE(icruise @ Aug 14 2005, 10:42 PM)
Have you used the GBA emulator VisualBoyAdvance? I got it to work using the instructions (in Japanese) here, but it will only run in QVGA mode vertically. Do you think it would be possible to rotate the display?
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I'll have a looksee. yes its easy. Im just going to try the instructions and modify them to work for us with our current setup.



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well....i got it to work.---it displayes correctly horizontall. I did some further reading and i am finding out that there is another sdl more compatable than the zports. Because the library is more compatable to our graphics chips, the c1000 and the c3100, it is possible to run emulation on the snes9x, znester, and visualboy advance at a faster framerate. as it is, zports sdl provides us with 100% speed from nes games, and 80-100percent framerate without noticable slowdowns in snes, the visualboy gives us a 7fps but it can be changed. From what i seen in our current setup, the sdl zports (not sure if it supports our graphics chip bvdd) is not as compatable as the current sdl bvdd. From what i read, even modifying the kernal will give us more speed. Our current framerate with the visualboy is at 7fps. I read with using the sdl bvdd can give us easy 30fps and more with modifying the kernel. Man i hate school. ohh well. This project is gona stay under until the weekend. Just more information. The sdl bvbb crashed my system. So ill do some further reading.


thanks for the link man! It is simply amazing


enjoy!

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post Aug 15 2005, 03:38 AM
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QUOTE(Cresho @ Aug 14 2005, 03:30 AM)
hehe..

you never verified if cacko rom uses keyhelper or if it has its own defining keys by maslovsky.  This information can help the next cacko user who decidedes to use this ziped package.

Anyway, if you didnt have the keyhelper (which helps in the snes emulation indirectly), would cacko rom need it?  I am still curious to know if emulation would still work or not providing excellent framerate during gameplay.
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Guess that's 'cause I don't know how I'd verify that. I just installed Cacko recently as an experiment and have no documentation on it or any way to compare it to the "old" Sharp environment since this is my first and only Z.
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post Aug 15 2005, 03:58 PM
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Did both mods(added the file to znester directory and changed the start up for snes) and the controllers work the correct way now for my 3100 smile.gif

THANK YOU!
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Cresho
post Aug 17 2005, 10:58 PM
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QUOTE(Shawn @ Aug 15 2005, 03:58 PM)
Did both mods(added the file to znester directory and changed the start up for snes) and the controllers work the correct way now for my 3100 smile.gif

THANK YOU!
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yeah i was wondering about you. Wondered if you gaved up.
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Shawn
post Aug 18 2005, 09:25 AM
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No-didn't give up-I'm persistent when it comes to this stuff. Just didn't have time to post the results on the factory restore(was the same)

Going to do your video player configuration over the weekend-going on a trip all next week and watching some movies will surely help out a bunch on the travel time.

Really looking forward to your mame release when completed-any new status?

Shawn
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Cresho
post Sep 27 2005, 08:33 PM
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anybody seen a good and working gameboy advanced emulator yet? one that actually works?
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post Oct 4 2005, 06:23 AM
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great job Cresho ! i've just installed your package and it works great !
thanks to you i've now some games on my Z wink.gif

just a little problemo : your nes ans snes games works perfectly but some snes games i've picked up on the website listed in this thread just doens't start : i've a red screen flickering.... any help please?

edited: it was my fault : every game works cool.gif
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post Oct 4 2005, 06:26 AM
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Not all games work. What are you trying to run?
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post Oct 4 2005, 06:50 AM
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Hey there, Cresho and others--

Anyone tried this on OZ 3.5.3? Can't get snes9x to work properly there (the default feed package), and I'd like to try this package (but don't want to waste the time if someone's already tried it to no avail).

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post Oct 4 2005, 06:54 AM
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QUOTE(icruise @ Oct 4 2005, 04:26 PM)
Not all games work. What are you trying to run?
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guys,
hit my head on a wall : i was doing ascii xfer instead of binary.....
all works , sorry smile.gif
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Cresho
post Oct 4 2005, 01:05 PM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Oct 4 2005, 06:54 AM)
QUOTE(icruise @ Oct 4 2005, 04:26 PM)
Not all games work. What are you trying to run?
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guys,
hit my head on a wall : i was doing ascii xfer instead of binary.....
all works , sorry smile.gif
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yeah! and don't be spreading rumors that it doesnt work....... laugh.gif

or ill go over your house and fix it for you so you can play flashback biggrin.gif

Working on getting gameboy advanced to work at the moment. Taking my time though and also mame.
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post Oct 6 2005, 06:49 AM
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Where did you get the information about 30fps with VBA? I've been running the bvdd SDL library for a month and at most I get about 7fps. This is up from about 1FPS with the zports libSDL.

I'm really curious if there is a way to make it even faster. Right now I'm trying to learn to compile an iwmmx enabled VisualBoyAdvance in the hope that it will help.

Please send me a link to where you read that 30fps was possible with VBA.

--Chris

QUOTE(Cresho @ Aug 14 2005, 10:56 PM)
QUOTE(icruise @ Aug 14 2005, 10:42 PM)
Have you used the GBA emulator VisualBoyAdvance? I got it to work using the instructions (in Japanese) here, but it will only run in QVGA mode vertically. Do you think it would be possible to rotate the display?
*


I'll have a looksee. yes its easy. Im just going to try the instructions and modify them to work for us with our current setup.



small update
well....i got it to work.---it displayes correctly horizontall. I did some further reading and i am finding out that there is another sdl more compatable than the zports. Because the library is more compatable to our graphics chips, the c1000 and the c3100, it is possible to run emulation on the snes9x, znester, and visualboy advance at a faster framerate. as it is, zports sdl provides us with 100% speed from nes games, and 80-100percent framerate without noticable slowdowns in snes, the visualboy gives us a 7fps but it can be changed. From what i seen in our current setup, the sdl zports (not sure if it supports our graphics chip bvdd) is not as compatable as the current sdl bvdd. From what i read, even modifying the kernal will give us more speed. Our current framerate with the visualboy is at 7fps. I read with using the sdl bvdd can give us easy 30fps and more with modifying the kernel. Man i hate school. ohh well. This project is gona stay under until the weekend. Just more information. The sdl bvbb crashed my system. So ill do some further reading.


thanks for the link man! It is simply amazing


enjoy!

cool.gif


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post Oct 10 2005, 05:26 PM
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I wish i can remember but I read somewhere that installing the bvd sdl packages instead of using the zports and tweaking the kernel resulted in a far better performance. When i installed the bvd sdl, my zaurus took a very serious downfall which required a nand restore.... I think. The reason why I did not continue was the author of the topic did not continue as to explaining how exactly he achieved the higher framerate so i found the reply to a topic from a japaneese forum to be untrusting. As a result, I stoped persuing this little venture.

The reason why I mentioned it here is because I really wanted to see someone post information that resembled that topic. So far nobody has steped up to the plate and don't hold your breath.

When i had the starfox running on my system, it was fluctuationg between 7 frames per second using the zports sdl. I know if the jap dudes manage to put out a bvd sdl specific to our units, we can achieve the higher framerate at least........ ohh and the 7 frames per sec was on the zports and not the bvd but I had tweaked the settings and all the good stuff. Since your running bvd sdl, I wonder why you are at 1.
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Anyone has tried SNES on Cacko rom and C3100?

The NES part works great (I did not need to install any libraries), however on SNES the keys are reversed.

When following Cresho-s instructions about adding an extra line (export SDL_QT_INVERT_ROTATION=1) in the SNES config file, SNES does not even start the ROM. Removing the line makes it work, but with reversed keys.

Any ideas?
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Cresho
post Oct 21 2005, 08:07 AM
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I would need to try the cacko rom...

are you using the cacko rom?

Here is the sdl code you need to know about

look for /home/QtPalmtop/bin/zemufeex_smc.sh

CODE
Quit     27
A            100
B      99
X      115
Y      120
L      97
R     122
START    13
SELECT    32
LEFT   103
RIGHT    106
UP   117
DOWN   110
L+U  121
L+D  98
R+U  105
R+D      109

It is fairly easy to remap the keycode and after you are done, you will need to put it in this format so your final config file is in this format.
CODE
#!/bin/bash
export S9XKEYS=27,100,99,115,120,97,122,13,32,103,106,117,110,121,98,105,109
cd "$1"
snes9x -win "$2"
exit 0

but please put out the export configuration here so everybody can benefit from it.

here is the total key output keycode incase you want to totally customize the thing.
CODE
    SDLK_BACKSPACE  = 8,
    SDLK_TAB  = 9,
    SDLK_CLEAR  = 12,
    SDLK_RETURN  = 13,
    SDLK_PAUSE  = 19,
    SDLK_ESCAPE  = 27,
    SDLK_SPACE  = 32,
    SDLK_EXCLAIM  = 33,
    SDLK_QUOTEDBL  = 34,
    SDLK_HASH  = 35,
    SDLK_DOLLAR  = 36,
    SDLK_AMPERSAND  = 38,
    SDLK_QUOTE  = 39,
    SDLK_LEFTPAREN  = 40,
    SDLK_RIGHTPAREN  = 41,
    SDLK_ASTERISK  = 42,
    SDLK_PLUS  = 43,
    SDLK_COMMA  = 44,
    SDLK_MINUS  = 45,
    SDLK_PERIOD  = 46,
    SDLK_SLASH  = 47,
    SDLK_0      = 48,
    SDLK_1      = 49,
    SDLK_2      = 50,
    SDLK_3      = 51,
    SDLK_4      = 52,
    SDLK_5      = 53,
    SDLK_6      = 54,
    SDLK_7      = 55,
    SDLK_8      = 56,
    SDLK_9      = 57,
    SDLK_COLON  = 58,
    SDLK_SEMICOLON  = 59,
    SDLK_LESS  = 60,
    SDLK_EQUALS  = 61,
    SDLK_GREATER  = 62,
    SDLK_QUESTION  = 63,
    SDLK_AT      = 64,
    /*
   Skip uppercase letters
 */
    SDLK_LEFTBRACKET    = 91,
    SDLK_BACKSLASH  = 92,
    SDLK_RIGHTBRACKET    = 93,
    SDLK_CARET  = 94,
    SDLK_UNDERSCORE  = 95,
    SDLK_BACKQUOTE  = 96,
    SDLK_a      = 97,
    SDLK_b      = 98,
    SDLK_c      = 99,
    SDLK_d      = 100,
    SDLK_e      = 101,
    SDLK_f      = 102,
    SDLK_g      = 103,
    SDLK_h      = 104,
    SDLK_i      = 105,
    SDLK_j      = 106,
    SDLK_k      = 107,
    SDLK_l      = 108,
    SDLK_m      = 109,
    SDLK_n      = 110,
    SDLK_o      = 111,
    SDLK_p      = 112,
    SDLK_q      = 113,
    SDLK_r      = 114,
    SDLK_s      = 115,
    SDLK_t      = 116,
    SDLK_u      = 117,
    SDLK_v      = 118,
    SDLK_w      = 119,
    SDLK_x      = 120,
    SDLK_y      = 121,
    SDLK_z      = 122,
    SDLK_DELETE  = 127,
    /* Arrows + Home/End pad */
    SDLK_UP      = 273,
    SDLK_DOWN  = 274,
    SDLK_RIGHT  = 275,
    SDLK_LEFT  = 276,
    SDLK_INSERT  = 277,
    SDLK_HOME  = 278,
    SDLK_END  = 279,
    SDLK_PAGEUP  = 280,
    SDLK_PAGEDOWN  = 281,

    /* Function keys */
    SDLK_F1      = 282,
    SDLK_F2      = 283,
    SDLK_F3      = 284,
    SDLK_F4      = 285,
    SDLK_F5      = 286,
    SDLK_F6      = 287,
    SDLK_F7      = 288,
    SDLK_F8      = 289,
    SDLK_F9      = 290,
    SDLK_F10  = 291,
    SDLK_F11  = 292,
    SDLK_F12  = 293,
    SDLK_F13  = 294,
    SDLK_F14  = 295,
    SDLK_F15  = 296,

    /* Key state modifier keys */
    SDLK_NUMLOCK  = 300,
    SDLK_CAPSLOCK  = 301,
    SDLK_SCROLLOCK  = 302,
    SDLK_RSHIFT  = 303,
    SDLK_LSHIFT  = 304,
    SDLK_RCTRL  = 305,
    SDLK_LCTRL  = 306,
    SDLK_RALT  = 307,
    SDLK_LALT  = 308,
    SDLK_RMETA  = 309,
    SDLK_LMETA  = 310,
    SDLK_LSUPER  = 311,  /* Left "Windows" key */
    SDLK_RSUPER  = 312,  /* Right "Windows" key */
    SDLK_MODE  = 313,  /* "Alt Gr" key */
    SDLK_COMPOSE  = 314,  /* Multi-key compose key */

    /* Miscellaneous function keys */
    SDLK_HELP  = 315,
    SDLK_PRINT  = 316,
    SDLK_SYSREQ  = 317,
    SDLK_BREAK  = 318,
    SDLK_MENU  = 319,
    SDLK_POWER  = 320,  /* Power Macintosh power key */
    SDLK_EURO  = 321,  /* Some european keyboards */
    SDLK_UNDO  = 322,  /* Atari keyboard has Undo


good luck and post your fixed export line so everyone can use it.


if you cant figure it out, post here and ill work out something. I just figured that alot of people would love to reconfigure the layout to there needs.
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