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Old 27 January 2020, 10:50   #21
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This should help get Amiberry to run.

Thanks, but it didn't help. So I just reinstalled everything. Now it works after I figured that I had (at first start) to wait a few seconds after pressing "Start" in Amiberry.


Now even RTG works, even in 1920x1080. Though I have a rather small 10 inch 16:10-Display, so I'm using a much smaller resolution. Looks brilliant.






But one question left: How do I access a USB-Stick within DietPi? I'd like to use it as a backup-solution for (Amiga-)data from the sd-card but can't find it mounted. I think I remember that it worked out-of-the-box with Amibian on my RPi3.
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Old 27 January 2020, 14:49   #22
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Sorry for the slightly OT but how good is Amiga emulation on the Pi4? I don't mean for just running an ADF, I was thinking my Pi4 could be useful as a standalone small Amiga, target machine would something similar in performance to an Amiga with Vampire or am I dreaming?
Amiberry with JIT is several times faster than a Vampire in fact. You can test that by running a real-life test, e.g. try to render a scene in Lightwave.

On the RPI4, the speed is 2-3 times faster than the RPI3B+ at least - depends on the scenario. Most of the games/demos I've tested with run at full speed.

That being said, emulation is still software that needs to run on the underlying system, so there's some overhead and even with multi-threading (which Amiberry already uses), there can be things that will be slower than the "real" thing which does them in parallel and in hardware.

We don't have cycle-accurate emulation there yet, but from my experience it's actually very rarely needed. Most of the times you can get a good result with the proper configuration.

Regarding games, we have a unique feature in Amiberry that can match the WHDLoad game title to a list of best known configurations, and pick that automatically. This makes things really easy since you can launch a game with a single command/click, without having to fiddle around with configs, swapping disks, etc.
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Thanks, but it didn't help. So I just reinstalled everything. Now it works after I figured that I had (at first start) to wait a few seconds after pressing "Start" in Amiberry.
There was a bug in DietPi that MichaIng fixed shortly after I posted that had to do with audio. When you reinstalled, you got the fixed version. DietPi had the required dependencies all along.


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But one question left: How do I access a USB-Stick within DietPi? I'd like to use it as a backup-solution for (Amiga-)data from the sd-card but can't find it mounted. I think I remember that it worked out-of-the-box with Amibian on my RPi3.
Mount the USB stick using the drive manager and then it will show up.

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Old 28 January 2020, 10:19   #24
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Ok, so I have to manually mount it.

Thanks!
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