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Old 23 October 2017, 10:34   #7
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As Nobody has said previously, it will boot on an internal HDD (I installed it from the USB using the console) but upgrading the version of FS-UAE is difficult as the squashfs filesystem has to be rebuilt. You can get around it by downloading a new FS-UAE using iBrowse or similar, and then using a console to unpack/inject/compress a new one, editing the syslinux.cfg to point to it and then deleting the old one after a reboot. It's a tad more complex than it needs to be, but it's doable without having to resort to using the USB drive again.
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