That's just it though, the Raspberry Pi is supposed to be a finished product, albeit one without a case. It's not supposed to be a prototype.hippy wrote:The root problem IMO continues to be people not understanding what a "Development Board" is and having far greater expectations than they should.
Does your Pi stop responding if you run GPM? Install it first with apt-get install gpmpayturr wrote:Posted about that before - using dosbox doesn't work, when using sudo dosbox, screen goes black, Pi stops responding
Are you sure you're not thinking of DOSEMU? http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/dosemumahjongg wrote:Ah, but then its a specially modified version of dosbox, to also take on the taks of emulating the CPU, on non x86 based hardware which the original dosbox wasn't designed for!