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My youngest son wanted to make a ‘computer show’ this evening. The Amstrad PCW 8256 was on the desk for another video im making later today, so he used that.
Please let Jamie know what you think of his video in a comment below on on the youtube page – thank you.
COLOR-MONITOR DRIVER BY MARTIN H. GOODMAN
As seen at the Horizons event at the BFI, London in May 2012!
Fuse install guide here! (Added August 2012)
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
Found this great video via YouTube.
Made in 1969 at the Post Office Research Station, Dollis Hill, this eight minute film attempts to predict what the future of communications may be like.
2 short videos showing Doom II and Cannon Fodder playing on the Acorn RISC PC 700 with a StrongARM CPU.
The RISC PC doesn’t have native OPL3 type audio, so there is no music for Doom II – but you can play audio from a audio CD if you wish. However, Cannon Fodder uses PCM audio, so you do have some music. Audio is quite similar to the Commodore Amiga.
In this video, you will see a Acorn RISC PC 700 booting RISC OS 4.02 from ROM, then soft-loading 4.39 from the hard disk.
You will also see a bit of gameplay from Zool and Speed Ball 2, as well as a bit of the World Wide Web courtesy of the NetSurf web browser.