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Old 24 April 2022, 15:46   #1
White
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qemu.so FS-UAE path

Hi,
I wanted to ask if there is a way to specify the path of the "qemu.so" file and not simply putting it in the kickstarts or roms folder etc. with FS-UAE.
For example here the configuration file:


[fs-uae]
accelerator = cyberstorm-ppc
accelerator_memory = 131072
accelerator_rom = cyberstormppc.rom
amiga_model = A4000/OS4
base_dir = /root/Documents/FS-UAE
chip_memory = 2048
cpu = 68060-NOMMU
floppy_drive_volume_empty = 0
floppy_drive_volume = 0
#floppy_image_0 = /amiga/floppies/OS41_boot.adf
fullscreen_mode = window
graphics_card = picasso-iv-z3
graphics_card_rom = picasso_iv_flash.rom
hard_drive_0 = /amiga/hardfiles/os41F.hdf
hard_drive_0_type = rdb
#joystick_port_1_mode = nothing
kickstart_file = Kickstart4000.rom
mouse_integration = 0
mouse_speed = 75
network_card = a2065
uaem_write_flags = 0
zorro_iii_memory = 524288





Then add to this for example:


qemu plugin = path qemu.so << ---------- it's possible to do it ?


Or FS-UAE identifies and uses it automatically only by placing qemu.so for example in the specific directory "roms" etc.
Or I can force a specific path in the configuration file as above.


Thanks :-)

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