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Old 07 April 2021, 04:54   #1
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Manjaro and JIT

Simple. Is there a way to get JIT to work in Manjaro? 68040-NOMMU and JIT, or any other combination of CPU I have tried will not result in a working JIT. Ubuntu 20.04, no problem. Manjaro 21, not at all.

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Old 07 April 2021, 16:29   #2
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Jit compiler is disabled at compile time. At least that's the case in Arch linux, and Manjaro should be similar. If you want jit, you need to build FS-UAE from source.
I think the cleanest way is to create a package. use the original PKGBUILD and remove the "--disable-jit".
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Old 07 April 2021, 17:32   #3
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I did not realize that. First I heard about this. I'll try building it. Thanks!
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Old 08 April 2021, 20:33   #4
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You can also download the generic Linux builds from fs-uae.net
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