As seen at the Horizons event at the BFI, London in May 2012!

Fuse install guide here! (Added August 2012)

Finally, I have got the Fuse ZX Spectrum emulator running on Raspberry Pi #7. Here is a video of it in action.

Getting the emulator to work was relatively simple. I just has to ‘apt-get’ in a few additional packages from the Debian repository. I didn’t need to modify any C code.

I tried to compile the code under the virtual machine set-up detailed on Russell Davis’s blog http://russelldavis.org, but it would not compile. So in the end, I compiled the code directly on the Pi. This did take about 20 minutes.

You should have seen my face once I got Manic Miner loaded :)

I will be taking more photos and video of the Raspberry Pi at the Beeb@30 event this weekend.

This Pi (Number 7) belongs to http://www.computinghistory.org.uk

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As seen at the Horizons event at the BFI, London in May 2012! Fuse install guide here! (Added August 2012) Finally, I have got the Fuse ZX Spectrum emulator running on Raspberry Pi #7. Here is a video of it in action. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkbvDO1K_-c Getting the emulator to work was relatively simple. I just has...