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Good stuff. Seems like the old adage is true, to focus on things that are within your reach. It's nice to see someone giving some love to these TV plug-and-play games.

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xubuntu 10.10 starting off in WIP shutms11 driver:

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Note: timings looks unstable (tried with both tsc and notsc, it never triggers a specific path?)

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and eventually it kernel panic

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ETA: last pic is a false positive, it actually don't kernel panic (was me messing with debugger too much) but seemingly stalls after sis900.c check:

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Bonus 1: Not sure why EISA boards gets detected as "@@@0000", I'm gonna assume it needs to be floating high from the legacy ports if no board is there?

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Bonus 2: Ubuntu 10.10 similar install screen:

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Thanks to Darksoft for tracing out the CPS-2 TOURNAMENT PCB, you’ll soon be able to run the kind of flawed Super Street Fighter II Tournament Battle setup:
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It wasn’t a great implementation – it required everyone to change seats between rounds, the winner needed to return to their original seat to enter their name for the high scores, but they needed to move to their final position to claim their free games. Communication is simulated at a high level to avoid even trying to make MAME synchronise with the wall clock more frequently or anything like that.

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