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Old 01 October 2017, 19:33   #21
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I just downloaded Ambian myself to try. Copied over a kick1.3 rom and workbench 1.3 floppy and it guru's during bootup.

Nevermind the issue was a PEBKAC error, I didn't setup a simple a500 config.

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Old 14 October 2017, 18:15   #22
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I've played around with Amibian and a few other emulator packages on my RPI 3, and I have a question about the UAE versions.

For general use, 0.5 works great. My Workbench setup (OS 3.9+ClassicWB) is very responsive in RTG mode running at 1920x1080 32-bit. Icons (NewIcons) pop up very quickly, and everything is nice and smooth, getting around 130+ MIPS in SysInfo.
However, some more advanced AGA games are really slow. Aliend Breed 3D runs about the same as a stock A1200, ie. not really playable. This is a good test of emulation speed since it relies heavily on the CPU, memory and chipset (copper).

If I switch to 0.4, AB3D is super-smooth. Indistinguishable from WinUAE running on my Windows PC. However this version only has 4 MB video RAM available, lacks 4:3 aspect ratio correction and I can't make sense of the control settings.
So why is there such a difference in speed? Is there some hidden setting I can change to make 0.5 run the chipset emulation at full speed?

Another thing, I think it would be good if Amibian automatically enabled SMB and shared the Amiga folders. That way you could easily transfer files from your PC or Mac over the network. It can of course be enabled manually, but not everyone will be skilled enough in Linux to do this.
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Old 17 October 2017, 04:13   #23
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If you need help enabling something like SMB download a tool like webmin. I don't need/want any windows sharing enabled by default.
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Old 17 October 2017, 11:09   #24
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If you need help enabling something like SMB download a tool like webmin. I don't need/want any windows sharing enabled by default.
I have no problems enabling SMB myself, but many users looking into these pre-packaged emulations aren't Linux wizards. They just want a plug and play, emulated "Amiga".
Amibian already has a friendly menu for enabling and configuring various things, so adding an option to enable SMB, FTP, TFTP etc. wouldn't intrude. It's just about making the system as user-friendly as possible.
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Old 21 October 2017, 19:06   #25
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Another thing, I think it would be good if Amibian automatically enabled SMB and shared the Amiga folders. That way you could easily transfer files from your PC or Mac over the network. It can of course be enabled manually, but not everyone will be skilled enough in Linux to do this.
I use WinSCP to transfer files to and from my Amibian on a Pi 3.
https://winscp.net/eng/index.php

I have a 250GB USB-powerd hard drive attached via a powered USB hub.

You can mount the HD anywhere you want, I use the defacto default of /media/usb0, but you can mount it anywhere you find convenient, even to a directory within the Amiga file structure. WinSCP is very easy to use; much like an FTP client with a GUI. Once you transfer files over, you can then use MC to transfer them to the appropriate Amiga directory.
 
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If all goes well, my RaspPi 3 B will arrive tomorrow, so I can FINALLY create a dedicated Amiga emulation machine

Currently, I'm running an A4000 JIT emulation in winUAE, I hope to have my winUAE SYS: HDF ported to the SD card to setup in UAE4Arm, but I'm still a bit unsure if that will work out of the box. If not, it's always fun to setup a new Amiga configuration that will work

Does the UAE4Arm distro in Amibian 1.4 have a cycle exact option or is it (still) missing in all UAE4arm flavors?

EDIT:

Well, the raspberry arrived yesterday. I installed Amibian 1.4.001 on a microSD and have it up and running. However, I can't seem to get any of the included emulators to run in 1920x1080 mode. I've read that it's not (yet) possible with UAE4ARM, but see other posts it IS possible. Any clues? Is it a nano editing action on the .UAE config?

Tnx in advance!

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Old 27 October 2017, 10:13   #27
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Not sure which emulators are included in Amibian, but amiberry (uae4arm fork) can use 1920x1080.
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Any way to stop Amibian interlaced screenmodes flickering when displayed through HDMI?
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I should have replied earlier, because I solved it pretty soon afterwards. From aminet I grabbed picasso96 and installed it, opening up the HD screenmodes. So no flickering anymore because the screenmode outputs native resolutions.
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Hmm,thanks Onkelarie, I dont want an RTG p96 screen though.
I wanted native PAL HIRES interlace 640x512. Sadly it flickers so horribly I cannot use it.
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Hmm,thanks Onkelarie, I dont want an RTG p96 screen though.
I wanted native PAL HIRES interlace 640x512. Sadly it flickers so horribly I cannot use it.
Now we are talking true emulation.
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Old 24 October 2018, 21:07   #33
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I recently insalled Amibian to my Pi 3 b and I'm very impressed. A couple of nuisance issues:

How do I make my config the default config so it will boot straight into my Amiga setup?

And, with PAL High Res, I'm losing the top of the screen. NTSC works but is less good for things like DOpus, any thoughts?

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Can any of these emulators be compiled as 64Bit apps?
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