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- Aug 6 2016, 7:02 AM (245 w, 4 d)
Aug 5 2018
@aleksvor hey could you tackle gzdoom as well? It's outdated too.
Aug 4 2018
Jul 31 2018
It's essentially wine dev + staging patches, isn't it? If so just add staging instead.
Jul 1 2018
I approve of this.
Jun 12 2018
@Vistaus Well, it's getting there as you can see here - https://community.kde.org/Plasma/5.13_Errata
Jun 4 2018
May 27 2018
But have you actually tried the latest staging?
May 26 2018
Maintaining random patches is too much of a burden. Is it in staging tho? If so perhaps we should have another discussion regarding staging.
May 19 2018
@Vistaus Hopefully soon because I'll be eager to try it with plasma 5.13
May 16 2018
Apparently it's in the repos. Have you tried that?
In fact, everything required for wayland to functions seems to be present.
May 15 2018
May 12 2018
May 4 2018
dolphin-emu dropped wxwidgets btw
Apr 13 2018
Mar 23 2018
or maybe he meant the website only LOL but either way it's been 3(stable) versions behind upstream so it doesn't seem very promising.
Mar 11 2018
New release just dropped so I updated the link.
Mar 8 2018
Does anybody even use vba-m in A.D 2018? I remember using it in 2003 but now that mgba exists and does everything better I fail to see any reason to maintain this package.
Mar 7 2018
Vulkan support is still WIP and I doubt you could test it in a VM anyway. Bnet apparently still works according to a report at wine app db.
Mar 3 2018
3.3 is already out.
Feb 18 2018
There's also https://github.com/KDE/elisa which seems to be very similar. Haven't used either so no idea how they compare.
Feb 6 2018
This is dead now. You can close it.
Feb 1 2018
@livingsilver94 I disagree. I've been using it for a few months now and everything works great. It's pretty much feature complete at this point.
Jan 31 2018
bumping this because plasma solus draws near :)
Btw, will Solus 4 ship with Plasma 5.12? Apparently it's going to be released on 2018-02-06.
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Oct 23 2017
If you go from the main page it says 2.0.6.
Note that it says /tmp/ in the URL. Perhaps they've tagged the release but haven't made it official yet.
Apr 23 2017
Well, you're referring to the excellent PSX emulator within mednafen which, in my opinion, is not usable without the sophisticated CRT shaders and the actual support for CRT monitors with custom modelines that RA provides. There's also a vulkan renderer capable of rendering games at high resolution with PGXP support that vanilla mednafen lacks so the average user will either want to use epsxe/pcsxr or mednafen core within RA due to those essential features.
@Shadow53 Correct. Retroarch enhances mednafen with additional features such as vulkan rendering, etc and it actually provides a GUI since mednafen itself is purely CLI.
Apr 11 2017
Last I checked there were missing like 3 or 4 libs so I'm afraid it won't be that easy to get it running natively under solus :(
Did you build it yourself or is it a pre-compiled binary?
Mar 25 2017
@JoshStrobl Just noticed that uninstalling it via SC doesn't actually remove anything. This thing leaves behind 2-3GB of data.
Mar 22 2017
+1 for this. Looks like it's been synced with upstream now - https://github.com/Eloston/ungoogled-chromium/releases
Mar 19 2017
@ikey Please re-add wine-staging. Stable is ancient by now. It has lower compatbility and performance(can't even run DOOM). The entire debate between stable and staging is pointless as software of this nature can never be considered stable or finished. Besides, we spoke about gallium-nine implementation a few months ago and, in fact, there's already a pull request waiting to be merged into staging.
Jan 5 2017
@ikey Personally, I'm fine with vanilla dev wine atm. However, when gallium-nine patches hit staging I'd love to have it in solus as I intend to bulld an AMD based rig later this year.
Dec 15 2016
bump : )
Nov 20 2016
@Espionage724 Gallium Nine with CSMT is now a thing and it's faster than Wine+CSMT. In some scenarios it's even faster than Windows. So once gallium-nine patches are merged into wine-staging we'll be able to use it so I'm voting for staging. If not now then at least in the future.
Nov 16 2016
Hmm, why cant we have both in this case? Regressions will happen regardless it's upstream or staging anyway.
Nov 8 2016
Nov 7 2016
I read somewhere(phoronix perhaps?) that gallium nine will eventually be merged into staging.
Oct 30 2016
Oct 24 2016
You've completely omitted http://segaretro.org/Genesis_Plus_GX which already does everything but 32X. And it's probably the only actively maintained these days.
According to http://emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/Kega_Fusion the only advantage that kega fusion has over what is currently offered is superior 32X emulation. On the other hand, it's closed source and limited to x86-32.
Unfortunately, I could only find pre-compiled builds from stable branch which is way too outdated to be worth using. PCSX2 has made tremendous progress recently. Well, here's hoping they'll have a new stable release soon.
Oct 23 2016
Hmm, you sure? I think they fixed it quite recently. If not then it might be worth reporting it as their main dev uses debian so he wouldn't know I guess.
Point taken. However, I, and I presume others as well, would be more than content with the ability to build pcsx2 from source. I've taken a glance at the dependencies and apparently only a few are missing or are not multilib enabled. Would you allow those into the repos?
But is there really need to reboot? It's not like the system won't function properly, right? I think a reboot button once the updates are applies would suffice.
Indeed. Although, this should be done in software center or budgie so you might want to report it to their respective github issue trackers.
Oct 16 2016
Well, to each their own. Nonetheless, we have a similar situation with mgba and vba-m. The latter is in fact inferior on all levels but people requested it because it's more popular. It's up to DataDrake to handle it. In the meantime, give RA a try as there's hardly any set up necessary and even gamepads are automatically detected and mapped which is really nice.
Yeah I only did so because Ikey agreed to look into it.
Oct 15 2016
@DataDrake I've to agree with you. There's no reason to pollute the repos with all possible emulators when only a handful of them is actually recommended. If there's any doubt please look at the most comprehensive and up-to-date resource out there - http://emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/Nintendo_Entertainment_System_emulators
Assigned Ikey although I'm not certain I'm actually allowed to do so.
Oct 11 2016
PCSX-R is a PS1 emulator.
Hmm, I thought solus could handle 32bit software?
1.3 is the latest stable now btw
Aug 11 2016
Just a reminder to the maintainers that PPSSPP is one of those emulators that are very actively developed and providing stable builds in the repo isn't desired as pretty much everybody wants to use nightlies. The "stable" tag doesn't mean much in such cases. It's kind of similar to WINE - nobody in their right mind would choose stable over dev or wine-staging. Would it be feasible to provide ppsspp builds compiled straight from the master?