mahjongg wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:48 pm
Why are you emulating RiscOS (I assume running on Raspbian?) when the true RiscOS also runs on the RPI?
Unfortunately tests of the old software have not been successful on modern RISCOS - 16bit modules and screen modes being the main problems.
I assume you mean software that uses 26 bit
R15, that is the only addressing change that has come to pass in 32 bit ARM.
You can run most of the older software on native RISC OS using Aemulator:
The Raspberry Pi is an ARM computer, that runs many Operating Systems, including Linux, RISC OS, BSD, Pi64, CP/M as well as many more.
Soon to add AROS to the list of operating systems.