After the make command nothing happens?
Now what?Code:parovelb@parovelb-laptop:~/vice-2.2$ make make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop. parovelb@parovelb-laptop:~/vice-2.2$
I am having some trouble with the "sudo checkinstall" stage of this on my G3 iMac with lucid.
I am getting this error http://pastebin.com/4YNJnp92
Thanks for the great howto KMan!
This tutorial is four years old now, and still works.
Unfortunately, the one-line edit that was needed for 10.04 is still required for 10.10. Don't forget that, or VICE won't compile. Probably at some point in the future, that will not need editing.
Additionally, as WARvault mentioned, checkinstall might give errors. If that's the case, stick with sudo make install; that has yet to fail me.
For some reason I couldn't get sound to work initially when compiling under Maverick, although sound on my Lucid machine worked fine. When running from the command line, the Maverick machines would give me this error:
Also, I really wanted to get fullscreen to work and I found a solution to both problems with information in this thread.Code:Did not find any uss device
After I installed the SDL development files:
I was able to configure VICE using the following command:Code:sudo aptitude install libsdl-dev
And then did the 'make' and 'sudo checkinstall' to complete the process. Now, sound works perfectly well on all my systems with no additional tweaking.Code:./configure --enable-sdlui
The SDL interface isn't as nice as the Gnome one, but it does the job. Pressing F12 will give you the command menu and from there you can select your video settings. I was able to setup a fullscreen option with a custom resolution and OpenGL free scaling for great results on my LCD TV. Now I can play Jumpman in full widescreen with stereo sound!
Last edited by rudy.b; November 4th, 2010 at 11:02 PM.
Thank you very much for this tutorial, great job
dont forget to
prior to your checkinstall!
thx to the datenraffzahn for the cool workaround. how do you come up with that?! all avaliable thumbs up!
Version 2.3 compiled with SDL and work fine on Natty-x64 . And it is way better than the 2.2 version in the repo. I did not make any changes to the source, so I do not think the change on page 12 is needed anymore.
I can not get it to make a deb-package with checkinstall but sudo make install does the trick. Sudo checkinstall works fine on the x86 version of Natty I have on a laptop so it is proberbly a x64 thing. No problem thou.
Last edited by JohnFante; May 16th, 2011 at 09:23 AM. Reason: Correcting small errors
I need some help it's not letting me run any emulator...it says:
OS compiled for: Linux
GUI compiled for: GTK+
CPU compiled for: Pentium Pro
Compiler used: GCC-4.6.2
Current OS: not yet implemented
Current CPU: Intel Pentium Pro/II/III/Celeron/Core/Core 2/Atom
Welcome to x64, the free portable C64 Emulator.
Current VICE team members:
D. Lem, A. Matthies, M. Pottendorfer, S. Trikaliotis, M. van den Heuvel,
C. Vogelgsang, F. Gennari, D. Kahlin, A. Lankila, Groepaz, I. Korb,
E. Smith, O. Seibert.
This is free software with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
See the "About VICE" command for more info.
XRandR: XRandR reports current display: 1366x768@60
C64MEM: Error - Couldn't load kernal ROM `kernal'.
Error - Machine initialization failed.