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Reply 100 of 114, by bruenor41

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Linux build. Please report if it crashes or loads incorrectly.

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Reply 101 of 114, by catch-a-cat

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thaks for this wonderfull feature
and all the time and coffee you guys put in there
(and all the stress with your ladies. complaining that she feels so lonely and why the heck is no coffee left??...)

in case there is a "comatibility list", i tested the windows version with prince of persia without any problems so far

Reply 103 of 114, by Esor

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bruenor41 wrote:

Linux build. Please report if it crashes or loads incorrectly.

It loads fine. There is no libpng12:i368 on ubuntu 18.10 so I had to search for it and install it manually from Ubuntu 16.04 packages.

Reply 104 of 114, by Vulcans

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One simple (I hope) request. Could you make a text appear on the screen when changing the saveslot so I know which one is active?

Btw: Works fine on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
Works fine with Syndicate and Mortal Kombat 2 so far.

Reply 108 of 114, by Ringding

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Fairly mechanical update of the mentioned patch to current SVN. Only build-tested (on Linux). Specifically I did not check if additional machine state items were added that would also require saving and restoring.

EDIT: Also pushed here because all this shuffling of huge subversion diffs is really annoying: https://github.com/Ringdingcoder/dosbox-stagi … mits/savestates

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Reply 109 of 114, by SedrynTyros

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Ringding wrote on 2021-10-21, 21:56:

Fairly mechanical update of the mentioned patch to current SVN. Only build-tested (on Linux). Specifically I did not check if additional machine state items were added that would also require saving and restoring.

EDIT: Also pushed here because all this shuffling of huge subversion diffs is really annoying: https://github.com/Ringdingcoder/dosbox-stagi … mits/savestates

Awesome! I'll have to make some time to compile a build for Windows and see how goes.

Reply 110 of 114, by Ringding

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I was not even aware of the MAME stuff that you mentioned earlier in the thread. I’ll take a look if I find time. This is exactly what I meant with "additional state".

Reply 112 of 114, by janskjaer

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bruenor41 wrote on 2018-12-09, 07:22:

Linux build. Please report if it crashes or loads incorrectly.

Is there a static build of 4176 or later with saves states? Because of the missing shared libraries, when trying to execute the binary, I receive the following:

dosbox: error while loading shared libraries: libSDL-1.2.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

even though the file exists and I have libSDL-1.2 installed:

/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libSDL-1.2.so.0
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libSDL-1.2.so.0.11.4

Executing dosbox_r4019_SAV_Linux_Static_bruenor or the latest dosbox release has no such error.

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Reply 114 of 114, by janskjaer

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jmarsh wrote on 2022-05-04, 20:51:

It's probably a 32-bit build, install the 32-bit SDL libraries.

Of course. That was easily installed:

apt install libsdl1.2debian:i386

However, further dependencies are required from Debian distributions no longer supported.
libpng12.so.0 is the next dependency required, and that hasn't been supported since Jessie.

Given current distributions are on 1.6 and have been for some time, I'm not willing to bring in a deprecated package, no longer supported into a current distribution.
I've tried out r4019 and that seems to work for my situation, so I'll stick with that.

DELL Dimension XPS M200s
:Intel P1 MMX 200MHz
:64MB RAM
:DOS 6.22/Win95b
:Matrox Millenium II PCI
:Matrox m3D (PowerVR PCX2)
Chaintech 7VJL Apogee
:AMD AthlonXP 2700+
:3GB RAM
:Win98SE/Win2000 SP4
:3dfx Voodoo5 5500 AGP