I don't believe there is a way to get my ATI Radeon IGP 320M (equivelent of a Radeon 7000) to work with 3D acceleration.... I'll look into it though. Thanks for the helpammoQ said:If you have a graphics board which works with 3D-acceleration on Linux (like most NVIDIA cards) you will find epsxe works just as fast on Linux as it works on Windows.
There are many good plugins for Linux.
Agreed.... I don't see the need to have 6 music players and 4 video players, but I don't have the experience yet to try anything other than a newbie distro.Shinaku said:erm, to be honest, any distrobution aimed at beginers in Linux is overly bloated and isn't faster than XP, although it is a ton more stable
Thanks alot hezekiah.... I may just take you up on your offer. When it comes to getting help with linux, I haven't had too many people offer any help... usually the responses I get are generally "RTFM" which, when it comes to linux, doesn't help all that much.hezekiah said:If you have any trouble getting things going, I'd be more than happy to help out.
I completely understand... the TFMs in Linux are (usually) very detailed and very helpful. But only once you know how to access them, and learn the basics of the lingo.Thanks alot hezekiah.... I may just take you up on your offer. When it comes to getting help with linux, I haven't had too many people offer any help... usually the responses I get are generally "RTFM" which, when it comes to linux, doesn't help all that much.
Unfortunately, ePSXe currently doesn't make use of the plugin for the second pad. As a workaround, you can use xjoypad or a similar program to translate the second joypad into keyboard events. Question to the public: when doing it that way (xjoypad or similar), does the 2nd pad react slower? I have the idea of merging xjoypad into the padJoy, do you think it makes sense?neoyagami said:the only troble i have is the second pad wath it not work (y can map it but i can use the second one)