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Clean up some droppings, update README There are probably more droppings that Greg didn't remove from his tree but could have. I just happen to know these aren't used anymore. :) Changed the README to push people toward the use of fakeroot to build the Debian package. Using sudo makes it so that git cannot modify your working directory. To fix this before you pull, run: sudo chown -r <you> pkg Obviously replacing <you> with your username. Actually, if your working directory is clean (git status), you can: sudo rm -rf pkg git checkout -f That'll rebuild the pkg directory properly. To avoid the problem in the future, use fakeroot rather than sudo to make package and the system will just pretend to chown everything as root for the purposes of running dpkg-deb on it. In future, we'll set up a proper debian/ dir and the make pkg line will use dpkg-buildpackage or gbp as necessary to build the package. This should bring us up to something that can be merged. T. Joseph Carter 3 years ago
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33 [INSTALL]
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5 To build a package on Debian-style systems, do this:
6
57 make
6 sudo make package
8 fakeroot make package
79 sudo dpkg -i linapple-2.1.deb
810
911 [PREREQUISITES]
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11 On Debianish systems at least, you ought to be able to do this:
13 Again on Debian-style systems, you can install all prerequisites using
14 this command:
1215
13 sudo apt-get install libsdl1.2-dev libsdl-mixer1.2-dev libzip4 libcurl3 libcurl4-gnutls-dev
16 sudo apt-get install libsdl1.2-dev libsdl-mixer1.2-dev libzip4 libcurl3 libcurl4-gnutls-dev fakeroot
17
18 You only need fakeroot for building the Debian package.
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1520 Thanks Greg!
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0 LinApple version 2.1
1 28 November 2017
2
3 !! Keyboard: Fixed caps lock bug.
4
5 !! Display: Set higher default host screen resolution in windowed mode.
6
7 !! Audio: Eliminated decoupling capacitor simulation.
8
9 !! Audio: Fixed choppy Mockingboard sound due to incorrect cycle caculation between IRQs.
10
11 For LinApple version 2.0 has been made:
12
13 !! Fixed screen corruption bug for x64 systems
14
15 !! Fixed gcc 4.4 compilation error lacking <strings>
16
17 ++ FTP support. You can load disk images on Slots 6 (1 & 2) and Hard disks images, using FTP server such as apple.asimov.net
18 Press Alt+F3, Alt+Shift+F3 for load disk image through FTP
19
20 ++ Screen sizes are now flexible. You can set any screen size you wish, just be catious - not all screen sizes can work in full screen mode
21
22 ++ .zip images support for FDD 140K (in read-only mode). Just first file in .zip archive will be read and inserted as an image.
23 You can load .zip images directly from your file system (by F3/F4 keypress), or from FTP server (by pressing ALT+F3(F4)).
24
25 -- Sound is still glitched. Needs repairing. Please help!
26
27
28 For LinApple version 1.1 has been added:
29
30 ++ 1. Opening of compressed .gz files - in read-only mode. Works only for FDD 140Kb drives.
31
32 ++ 2. Super quick load-save states (CTRL+0..9 - quick load state, CTRL+SHIFT+0..9 - quick save it) in current states directory.
33
34 ++ 3. Add Mockingboard (but not Phasor??) support, without speech, as I could take it.
35 But Mockingboard works! You may test it in such games as Berzap! (you need to switch Mockingboard on after pressing Ctrl+C in the game), in Willy Byte in the Digital Dimensions, in Pitfall II(tm), in UltimaIV and few others.
36
37 ++ 4. VideoBenchmark added! Run `linapple -b' to see benchmark running and its result in console.
38
39 ++ 5. Parallel Printer file name can be set in linapple.conf (default was Printer.txt in working directory)
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0 #
1 # linapple.conf - config file used by LinApple, Apple][ (Apple2, Apple 2) emulator for Linux and other POSIX systems with SDL support
2 #
3 # for linapple version 2.0 and above
4 #
5 # Please remember - all lines beginning with '#' are considered comments.
6 # All values are CASE SENSITIVE, you should not use, for example, 'joystick 0' instead of 'Joystick 0'.
7 #
8 ####################################################################
9 # First of all let us determine our machine type
10 # that is:
11 # 0 - old Apple][, right out of the hands of Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs in far 1977? year.
12 # 1 - Apple][+ - same as Apple][ with somewhat enbettered functionality
13 # 2 - Apple//e - Enhanced Apple][ with 80-column mode and other useful additions
14 # 3 - Apple//e enhanced - currently same as Apple//e? Please, ask Tom Charlesworth about it.
15 # Default is 3
16
17 Computer Emulation = 2
18
19 ####################################################################
20 #
21 # Sound Emulation.
22 # Possible values currently are 0 - none, and 1 - use SDL Audio for sounds
23 # Default is 1
24
25 Sound Emulation = 1
26
27 #######################################################################
28 #
29 # Soundcard Type means what do you want to use in Slot7 as a sound card
30 #
31 # 0 - uninit //??
32 # 1 - nothing - disable sound card in Slot 4
33 # 2 - use Mockingboard in Slot 4 (Mockingboard is like SoundBlaster for PC, if you hear about it)
34 # 3 - use Phasor in Slot 4. Phasor is also a sort of ancient sound cards. Ahhh, what sounds they have!!!
35 #
36 # Default value is 2 (use Mockingboard).
37 # But, please, remember, that currently Mockingboard/Phasor support was not done fully in linapple.
38 # I need some help for this to port it from AppleWin. ^_^
39
40 Soundcard Type = 2
41
42 #######################################################################
43 #
44 # Joysticks, those sticks of joy! There may be 2 joysticks at the same time
45 # Possible values are:
46 # 0 - joystick disabled
47 # 1 - use PC joystick #1 or #2, for corresponding joystick
48
49 # 2 - Keyboard standard
50 # 3 - Keyboard centered
51 # When joysticks used as a keyboard, they are stuck to Numpad keys (1-9 - axis movement, 0 - button1, . - button2)
52 # when centered used, axis of joystick will be centered after releasing any cursor (Numpad 1..9) key.
53 # otherwise it assumed to be pressed always
54
55 # 4 - Use mouse as a joystick. Rather interesting thing, try it. Useful in Fantavision(tm)by Broderbund Software
56 # Default values are 2 for Joystick 0, and 0 for Joystick 1
57
58 Joystick 0 = 3
59 Joystick 1 = 0
60
61 ##########################################################################
62 #
63 # Serial Port joins your Apple][ machine to any device through serial ports.
64 # Possible values are 0 - disabled, and 1 to 100 which means device /dev/ttyS0 .. /dev/ttyS99 relatively
65 #
66 # Default is 0, disabled. Needs testing.
67
68 Serial Port = 0
69
70 ##########################################################################
71
72 # Emulation Speed is speed of emulator.
73 # Values are from 0 (lowest speed) till 40 (fastest)
74 # Default value is 10 (normal speed)
75
76 Emulation Speed = 10
77
78 ##########################################################################
79 #
80 # Enhance Disk Speed - if the disk spinning should be as in real computer
81 # Possible values - 0 - yes, the disk spinning speed is like in real Apple][
82 # and 1 - use enhanced disk speed.
83 # Default is 1.
84
85 Enhance Disk Speed = 1
86
87 ##########################################################################
88 #
89 # Video Emulation - a type of video emulation.
90 # Please, remember that you always can change it using F9 key in emulator.
91
92 # Possible values are:
93 # 0 - use monochrome screen with given color as white (see below Monochrome Color section)
94
95 # Color modes, which names speak for themselves.
96 # 1 - Color Standard
97 # 2 - Color Text Optimized
98 # 3 - Color TV emulation
99 # 4 - Color Half-Shift
100
101 # Monochrome modes with predefined monochrome colors
102 # 5 - Monochrome Amber
103 # 6 - Monochrome Green
104 # 7 - Monochrome White
105 #
106 # Default value is 3 - Color TV emulation!
107
108 Video Emulation = 1
109
110 ##########################################################################
111 #
112 # Monochrome Color - define monochrome color that suit you best here.
113 # Color defined as #RRGGBB, where RR - 2 digits for Red color intensity, GG - same for Green color, and BB for Blue.
114 # All digits are in HEX-format, 0-9 and A - F.
115 # Default value is #C0C0C0.
116
117 Monochrome Color = #FFC010
118
119 ##########################################################################
120 #
121 # Mouse in slot 4. Yes, old Apples][ have it! First they saw it in Xerox Development Center.
122 # Possible values are 0 - off, and 1 - on.
123 # Remember, that you can not use Mouse and Mockingboard/Phasor at the same time, for they use same slot (#4).
124 # So, before enabling mouse support in your machine, switch off Mockingboard (see section above).
125
126 # Default is 0.
127
128 Mouse in slot 4 = 0
129
130 ##########################################################################
131 #
132 # Parallel printer allows you to print any DOS3.3 or Applesoft Basic(tm) output to specified file
133 # (after PR#1 at DOS3.3 prompt)
134 #
135 # Default is Printer.txt in working directory (which is set inside linapple bin)
136
137 Parallel Printer Filename =
138
139 ##########################################################################
140 #
141 # HDD - Hard Disk Device for Apple][
142 #
143 # Harddisk Enable. Same as for mouse. 0 means no Harddisk support, and 1 - yes, give that Harddisk!
144 # Remember, that hard disk images for Apple][ are in .HDV format as a rule (with .hdv extensions)
145 # Hard disk uses Slot 7 in Apple][. So, to access it use something like '] PR#7' at Applesoft Basic(tm) prompt.
146 # Default is 0.
147
148 Harddisk Enable = 0
149
150 # HDV Starting Directory is the starting directory for choose HDV disk images
151 # Default: your home directory (if not set)
152
153 HDV Starting Directory =
154
155 # And you may also predefine hard disk images here, for 1 and 2 correspondingly.
156 # Please, use Shift+F3 and Shift+F4 in emulator for change them in real time.
157 # Remember, that values given here will be rewritten if you change them in emulator.
158 # Default - do not use any HDV images
159
160 Harddisk Image 1 =
161 Harddisk Image 2 =
162
163 ##########################################################################
164 #
165 # Slot 6 Directory - starting directory for chosing Apple's disk images in slot 6
166 # (usual slot for FDD 140Kb Apple's disks)
167 #
168 # Default: your home directory (if not set)
169
170 Slot 6 Directory = /home/ghedger/projects/apple2/Emulators/Apple2/ultima_IV
171
172 # You may also provide images to be inserted in 1 and 2 drive (D1 or D2) of Slot 6 at startup
173 # Default: do not use, starting with image named Master.dsk in current directory
174
175 # To get access to the disk in second drive(D2), use something like '] CATALOG,D2' at Applesoft DOS(tm) prompt.
176
177 Disk Image 1 =
178 Disk Image 2 =
179
180 # The next parameter defines if you wish to auto-load these disk images in drives at startup!
181 # Default value is 0 (Off), suggested: 1 (On)
182
183 Slot 6 Autoload = 0
184
185 ##########################################################################
186 #
187 # Save State Filename - file name for saving/loading state with keys F11 and F12 in emulator.
188 # Default is none. Note: you can choose it at runtime by pressing F11 (for saving) or F12 (for loading)
189
190 Save State Filename =
191
192 # SaveSate Directory is a directory where current states will be saved by using F11,F12 (or ALT+F11, ALT+F12 keys, or Ctrl+0..9, Ctrl+Shift+0..9)
193 #Default is none, which means your home directory
194
195 Save State Directory =
196
197 # Define if you wish to save state on exit and restore it at startup by the next parameter:
198 # Possible values are 0 - off, and 1 - on. When On, save state will be saved in Save State Filename at exit,
199 # and will be restored at startup
200
201 # Default value is 0.
202
203 Save State On Exit = 0
204
205 ##########################################################################
206 #
207 # Next parameters enables some functions at startup
208 #
209 # Fullscreen - if emulator should startup in Fullscreen mode (0 - no, 1 - yes!)
210 # Boot at startup - if emulator should boot after starting up from Disk1 in SLot 6 (0 - yes, 1 - no)
211 # Booting at startup disables show logo.
212 #
213 # Show Leds 1/0 - show leds while accessing disks (140Kb and HDD) or not, default - 1
214
215 Fullscreen = 0
216 Boot at Startup = 0
217 Show Leds = 1
218
219 ##########################################################################
220 #
221 # FTP Server - full path to default FTP server with Apple2 disk images
222 # FTP UserPass - user:password for accessing this server
223 # FTP Local Dir - path on local disk to store downloaded ftp files,
224
225 # !!! Warning: FTP Local Dir should be existing directory with write access either FTP won't work
226 # Note : FTP Server MUST end with '/' sign either it won't work! FTP Local Dir should not end with '/'
227
228 FTP Server = ftp://ftp.apple.asimov.net/pub/apple_II/images/games/
229 FTP ServerHDD = ftp://ftp.apple.asimov.net/pub/apple_II/images/
230 FTP UserPass = anonymous:my-mail@mail.com
231 FTP Local Dir =
232
233 ##########################################################################
234 #
235 # Screen properties
236 # Note: not all screen sizes can work in full screen mode, so be careful
237 # Also if you are using not default mode, the speed of emulator can become slow,
238 # which can be spotted easily on old machines
239
240 # Use this as screen factor in zooming screen.
241 # Values less than 1.0 will make screen smaller and vice versa!
242 # Suggested values are 0.3 till 3.0?
243
244 # Screen factor = 1.5
245
246 # Note: if you want to use Screen Width and Screen Height directly, comment out `Screen factor` whole option
247 # otherwise they won't take effect
248 # Default Screen Width is 560, Screen Height is 384
249 # For best results, use a height divisible by 192 to avoid moire artifacts when using scanline video effects
250 Screen Width = 1120
251 Screen Height = 768
252
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