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Welshieinnz 04 February 2020 23:09

How to update on raspberry pi
 
Hi,

I’m really sorry for this noob question but, is there an easy way to update FS-UAE on raspberry pi? I have the ‘update available’ prompt at the bottom but I’m unsure how to go about and update it.

Again, I really apologize for the dumb, noob question.

daxb 05 February 2020 12:28

You can wait for an updated stable version in official repository or go this way: https://fs-uae.net/download#debian In assumption you are using Raspbian (I don't know if it needs version 9) on your Pi.

FrodeSolheim 07 February 2020 18:15

I don't officially support FS-UAE on Raspberry Pi (not yet anyway). If the fs-uae package is available in the raspbian repos, then I guess you update it like any other software package on the Raspberry Pi. With version 4 of the emulator, I might provide an official and somewhat optimized version for Raspberry Pi 4. Maybe :)

(@daxb The packages compiled on openSUSE build service which https://fs-uae.net/download#debian referes to are not available for the ARM CPU used by the Raspberry Pi).

daxb 07 February 2020 23:40

Oh sorry. I haven't checked if there is ARM support or not. Then there is only one further way. Try to compile the sources for ARM, right?

Welshieinnz 10 February 2020 18:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by FrodeSolheim (Post 1377228)
I don't officially support FS-UAE on Raspberry Pi (not yet anyway). If the fs-uae package is available in the raspbian repos, then I guess you update it like any other software package on the Raspberry Pi. With version 4 of the emulator, I might provide an official and somewhat optimized version for Raspberry Pi 4. Maybe :)

(@daxb The packages compiled on openSUSE build service which https://fs-uae.net/download#debian referes to are not available for the ARM CPU used by the Raspberry Pi).

An official Raspberry Pi 4 support would be phenomenal! :) Thank in advance!


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