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    Thumbs down snes9x GTK port

    http://www.snes9x.com/phpbb2/viewtop...bc9bd1c85a7d1c

    Just tried it and it seems to work great! (with opengl support and all)

    Don't be fooled by the prefs screen the second time you run it, the options are actually saved. Edit: deleted the xml config file and now they seem to work properly.
    Last edited by Juan_VCS; October 28th, 2007 at 07:08 PM.

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    Re: snes9x GTK port

    Cool!

    I thought Snes9x died, but this is awesome! Much better than gsnes9x.
    Error: Variable SIGNATURE was not found. Printing error report...

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    Re: snes9x GTK port

    From what I've tried, this port is just about perfect! I even removed ZSNES now since this is so good. I would kindly like to request this to be added to the ubuntu repos as fast as possible

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    Talking Re: snes9x GTK port

    OK, so I just tried it out, and I have to say that it's a huge improvement over the Snes9x emulator that is already in the repositories. Everything seems to work flawlessly for me so far, I might even replace zsnes with this one.

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    Talking Re: snes9x GTK port

    Oh man, this improved snes9x a lot. ZSNES still is better, but this GUI is great; at least now there's a good alternative on the 64-bit platform! Hopefully this'll make the repositories.

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    Re: snes9x GTK port

    Quote Originally Posted by ケイト View Post
    Oh man, this improved snes9x a lot. ZSNES still is better, but this GUI is great; at least now there's a good alternative on the 64-bit platform! Hopefully this'll make the repositories.
    can someone help me figure out how to get this to work in Gutsy Gibbon? I'm still pretty new to linux. i downloaded the pre-compiled binary with GTK and openGL support, but the program never even appears to attempt to run when i try to open a rom through it.

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    Arrow Re: snes9x GTK port

    Quote Originally Posted by grossaffe View Post
    can someone help me figure out how to get this to work in Gutsy Gibbon? I'm still pretty new to linux. i downloaded the pre-compiled binary with GTK and openGL support, but the program never even appears to attempt to run when i try to open a rom through it.
    You might need to install the portaudio dependency. You can find it by opening up the Synaptic Package Manager and doing a search for libportaudio.
    Last edited by mister_k81; February 20th, 2008 at 05:22 AM.

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    Re: snes9x GTK port

    Quote Originally Posted by mister_k81 View Post
    You might need to install the portaudio dependency. You can find it by opening up the Synaptic Package Manager and doing a search for libportaudio.
    I think its already installed (in the Synaptic Package Manager, its has "18.1-6" under the "Installed Version" tab)

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    Lightbulb Re: snes9x GTK port

    If you run the application via a terminal, perhaps you'll see what's causing the crash by the output.

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    Re: snes9x GTK port

    Quote Originally Posted by ケイト View Post
    If you run the application via a terminal, perhaps you'll see what's causing the crash by the output.

    how is the terminal command structured for it?

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