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It would be even nicer if I could figure out why video playback does not work smile

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It works on Yugioh! scene thumbnails, but i'm not really sure if this is just another type of compression

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@Anna Wu

Do you know what is exactly the problem with Jeopardy on Gamecom driver. I mean, it have exactly the same problems as the official Tiger debugger/emulator

It begins, then randomly gamecom calculator appears and it hangs on the main menu. Any idea?

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Nothing fancy here, but now that SDL tap/tun stuff is available in the source...



Would be nice if more than ARP, DNS and ICMP were working though... frown


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ping is ICMP, so it's not entirely not working :-)

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That's why I said "more than" ARP, DNS and ICMP, since those do work. FTP and HTTP or pretty much anyhing else doesn't. tcpdump shows that the emulated system is rejecting packets for some reason (I think it's an issue with the 68k, but I could be wrong)


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Sanyo MBC-200:


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Nice. Is that related to the MBC-550 "DOS compatible"?

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Nope, MBC-550 is an IBM PC clone, this one is some rather exotic dual z80 configuration (with apparently a ppi used for communicating between master and slave cpus, obviously our current core(s) can't do that).

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Exotic dual-Z80s sounds fun. The 550's not actually a clone - it's an 8086 and it runs MS-DOS but AFAIK the video and I/O are completely different from IBM PCs so only software that relies only on MS-DOS int 21h works smile

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