NML32 wrote:mzry wrote:The day someone posts a Falcon core is the day I throw my wallet at this project as fast as possible.
kolla wrote:Awesome guide!
It would be nice if the guide also described how to prepare card without the need of windows, for those of us who use other platforms
If I understand correctly, the tool writes 3 partitions, first one small partition for uboot, then 500MB linux partition, and then the rest as a FAT32 filesystem for rbf files etc? I tried using "MiSTer SD Card Utility.exe" under Windows on VirtualBox, with mapping of USB port to the vhost, but after writing the 500MB partition, it always fails.
kolla wrote:gagadagatika wrote:Are you on Linux or macOS?
Yes, typically macbook, and my other systems are either other BSDs (DragonFly and TrueOS) or Linux.
gagadagatika wrote:I don't know if you have seen it already, but there is the advanced setup guide for linux here: Setup Guide (Advanced)
but it needs a little bit work to be more accessible. I like to use gparted for creating my linux boot and rootfs partitions, it gets the job done very easily and quickly.
mzry wrote:Why that response, when surely a faster FPGA should mean more powerful cores. If I wanted to emulate an ST or Amiga I'd just buy the mist. The only possible future prospect for Mister is the ability to emulate a higher performance atari machine as far as I can see.
athensnet wrote:All writen here are very usefull but please confirm me :
There is no way to physical connect a real amiga/atari joystick onto Mister board.
ONLY by an usb adapter.
Is this correct?
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