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Old 28 January 2022, 13:52   #1
fgh
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CyberVision64 emulation

Are you interested in testing of CV64 emulation with old cgx versions?
I'm attempting to run a disk image from a 4000 last touched in 1998, it has cybergraphics.library 40.105, and says 'Roxxler init failed, roxxler features are disabled' on boot, and gets stuck at cybergraphiX logo most of the time. (Same in 4.9.0 and 4.9.1 beta7)

Is the roxxler chip emulated at all?
Do you want to look into this or should I just update to latest versions or P96?
(I have the 4000 the image came from here, and the setup works fine on real hw)
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Old 28 January 2022, 17:41   #2
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Moved. This has nothing to do with 4.9.0/4.9.1 betas.

Roxxler is not emulated. Someday, maybe. Only CGX seems to use it in some situations.

Hang probably is interrupt related (main feature that Amiga uses but PCs very rarely). Simple test HDF would be the best option to debug this.
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