I like your background.
Type: Posts; User: raj7095; Keyword(s):
I like your background.
Here's the link: http://download.kde.org/khotnewstuff/wallpaper/downloads/91325-cerro1600.jpg
Oh, forgot to mention one thing, for running it, put the epsxe directory into your home folder. Now, go to terminal and type in
After that I think you know what to do.:D
use the linux version of epsxe instead. You can get it from epsxe official website. It comes without any plugins. So, here's a website where you can get them: http://www.pbernert.com/
try using mupen64plus. Not mupen64; that's too obsolete. Here's a link: http://code.google.com/p/mupen64plus/):P
I installed age of mythology using a program called playonlinux and now it works perfectly fine. I don't know for sure if it will work for you because it crashes in jaunty jackalope.
Sorry, I am not good when it comes to using windows emulators. Why don't you go to winehq.com
haven't had any problems
Oh! Wait, there has been a problem in karmic koala, and that is it's sound.
If you upgraded and let ubuntu delete all the obsolete packages, then yes, it has a lot of bugs. Otherwise, it doesn't have any problems.):P
I had the same problem. Apparently, you have to install it using the source code from gtk.org.
@hakaricore how do you get your rank up:)
Thanks for the info. Mupen64plus is way better
It has been a long time since I am trying to search new plugins for mupen64. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any site from which I could download new plugins from. Accept for ngemu.com. But when I...
I said I installed it using the synaptic package manager. Not wine. And yes, I have my wireless connection on. I type sudo kismet in terminal and nothing happens. Plus, I don't get any new...
So, I downloaded kismet through synaptic package manager. I didn't get any errors while downloading it, neither did I when I typed in sudo kismet in terminal. The only problem is that I dont know how...
Actually never mind about a gamecube emulator. Because I discovered that none of them meet my system requirements.:(
OK. So, I downloaded the linux version of dolphin from their site, but its a .exe file. I didn't get anything else. No plugins, no bios, nothing. It doesn't work with wine or terminal. The other...
Huh? So dolphin is an emulator? I thought it was a file manager. Thanks for help.:)
Is there any gamecube emulator for linux?:confused:
The easiest way that I know is to download ubuntu 8.04. Put a blank CD in. Double click on the file that you downloaded and then write the data onto the CD. Once its finished, reboot and press the...
I did. There isnt much point of keeping 2 operating systems. Plus ubuntu can operate windows programs using wine. So you could use any software from windows with higher speed in ubuntu.
Sorry for bumping into an old thread, but can you play games using a joypad with it.