PlayStation emulator based on the PCSX Project.

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  • I never managed to make it work. I wish you could just unzip it and play but alas, it seems like you need to be a programmer to make it start in the first place. Ironically, PCSX2, a PS2 emulator which is infinitely more difficult to emulate works like a charm without any hassles. Same goes with Dolphin and any other emulator I tried on my Linux distro.

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  • Packages I had to install on ubuntu 11.04 to make pcsx-df glib2-dev gtk2.0-dev glade2-dev libnautilus-burn-dev libbz2-dev x11proto-video-dev x11proto-vidmode-dev nasm I realize that some of these are in the dependancies list, but some are not. x11proto packages for example are now superseding the suggested package in the INSTALL's suggested dependancies.

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

GTK+

Programming Language

C

Registered

2007-08-27