This is the DietPi-image based on Bullseye with Amiberry installed.
- Amiberry: Optimised Amiga emulator for ARM-based SoCs
- Python 3 RPi.GPIO: Control Raspberry Pi GPIO channels in Python 3
- OpenSSH Client: Feature-rich SSH, SFTP and SCP client
- MC: midnight command
- ALSA: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture
- Build-Essential: GNU C/C++ compiler, development libraries and headers
- Git: Clone and manage Git repositories locally
- Python 3: Runtime system, pip package installer and development headers
- Display resolution: vc4-fkms-v3d: OpenGL | 1920 x 1080
- GPU/RAM Memory Split: 128 MiB GPU | 896 MiB RAM
- apt-get update
- apt-get upgrade
- sudo apt-get install libsdl1.2-dev
- sudo apt-get install byacc
- sudo apt-get install flex
- wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/vice-em ... .20.tar.gz
- tar xvf vice-2.4.20.tar.gz
- cd ./vice-2.4.20
- ./configure --enable-sdlui --without-pulse --without-resid --enable-arch=no
- make -j4
- sudo make -j4 install
x64 -sdlbitdepth 8
The problem I haven't been able to solve is that my RPi runs in OpenGL, which is preconfigured in the Amiberry DietPi image: vc4-fkms-v3d: OpenGL | 1920 x 1080
When I start x64, only 1/4th of the screen (the upper left corner) displays a full screen x64, the rest of the screen is black.
I would like to have the x64 running full screen.
Update: all attempts to get this working properly failed (I'm a beginner when it comes to working with Linux and compiling code).