View Single Post
Old 14 August 2015, 14:53   #26
Registered User
Join Date: May 2015
Location: Zurich, Switzerland
Posts: 25
Some emulators for Atari ST and Macintosh emulation just have the ROMs on their boards.
Once you have the ROMs dumped and you have found out the memory mapping, you should get them running easily.
Namely these emulation cards:

Atari ST emulators:
• Maxon Chamäleon:
Atari ST emulator that runs Amiga OS and TOS exclusively (= not parallel) and does NOT emulate the Atari hardware registers and the Atari MIDI interface.
This should be first implemented, as it is the simpliest Atari ST emulator.
Link to Amiga Hardware Database

• MacroSystem Medusa:
There are 2 hardware versions. v1 supports only emulation of Atari ST/STE and supplies a Atari STE ROM port. v2 supports 32-bit ROMs and adds Atari TT emulation and higher display frequencies with ECS chipset. Both have no emulation of the Atari MIDI interface.
Link to Amiga Hardware Database

• ML-Computer Amtari:
Atari ST/STE/TT emulator which requires MMU (68020 + 68851 or 68030) and Kickstart 2.04+. It maps serial and parallel ports to the Amiga side.
Link to Amiga Hardware Database

Apple Macintosh emulators:
• ReadySoft A-Max & A-Max II:
WinUAE already emulates them (at least partly?).
Link to Amiga Hardware Database

• ReadySoft A-Max II Plus & IV:
The expansion card has 2 supporting Macintosh IC chips for 2 serial ports: a printer port and a modem/MIDI port.
The 2 chips make it harder to emulate.
Link to Amiga Hardware Database

• Emplant:
The expansion board has several supporting Macintosh IC chips for the serial ports. There are several add-ons available for this board: an autobooting SCSI controller (NCR 53C80), Sybil - a hardware frequency synchronizer to handle 800 kB Mac floppy disks, e586 module for PC emulation.
All these chips make it hard to emulate. But once you got the A-Max IV hardware running, this should be easier to emulate (they share same supporting Macintosh IC chips).
Link to Amiga Hardware Database

Last edited by Kitchen2010; 14 August 2015 at 14:53. Reason: Moved from thread 'WinUAE 3.2.0 beta series'
Kitchen2010 is offline  
Page generated in 0.04027 seconds with 10 queries