The Final Replay on VICE

The Final Replay (TFR06) is a ROM replacement for the Retro Replay cartridge. It supports the network adapter RRNET very well and provides nice networking features like the codenet or WarpCopy64 (a high speed disk transfer tool).

Unfortunately, TFR06 does not run on the current version (1.20) of VICE. It simply hangs the emulator after . . . → Read More: The Final Replay on VICE

TFE on Mac VICE Build Guide

The Final Ethernet (TFE) adapter allows to connect a real Commodore 64 to the ethernet. VICE can emulate this adapter and makes your virtual C64 internet-aware. This guide describes how to compile a TFE-enabled version of the mac port.

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X11.app Preferences for MacVICE

VICE on Macs runs in the X11 Window Environment and thus on the X11 Display Server provided by Apple called X11.app. It will be automatically launched if you click on a VICE application icon.

The X11.app will run in the menu bar if VICE is active. The Preferences.. in the Apple Menu have some settings . . . → Read More: X11.app Preferences for MacVICE

VICE 1.20 Mac Problems

Unfortunately, the new release 1.20 of VICE has some problems on Macs. In this post I will summarize the ones we have found.

Crash on Settings Loading: There is a (endianess) bug that will crash VICE on start up. Currently, the only workaround is to not save any settings at all. If you already have . . . → Read More: VICE 1.20 Mac Problems

MacViceBuilder replaced by VICE 1.20

For those who didn’t know it already: The build scripts that create a universal mac binary of VICE called MacViceBuilder are now completely integrated in the current VICE release.

I removed the download link from my page and updated the site’s contents.

PS: All patches found there are also integrated in the current VICE release.

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