I have just tried !Enigma on my Pi2, and as you say it crashes, but if you go into configure (double-click on !Boot) and there should be an option for "CPU" click on this and then set the "CPU compatibility mode" to "ARMv7 fast mode....". Click "OK" and it will now run (well it does on mine anyway)...stoooo wrote: Still no further forward with getting the Enigma sim running in RISC OS on the RPi2, though. I wonder if there is a feature that would fool RISC OS into thinking there's only one CPU core. Or if there's some sort of compatibility mode switch in the boot time config file. That sounds like something worth investigating. I think I'll look into that tomorrow.
Tirpitz wrote: ↑Wed Mar 20, 2013 7:51 pmIf you are interested in Enigma machine, cryptography or history of WWII, I found out one interesting thing. Enigma Simulator for RISC OS exists. It is free of charge.
Homepage of program: http://www.cryptomuseum.com/crypto/enig ... riscos.htm
Program was already successfully tested on BeagleBoard, A9home and some classic RISC PCs. I have tested today it could be run on our Raspberry Pi.
Classic: a disk image to write on a µSD card.How do I install this?
Use the configuration utility (double click on !Boot)... or simply let the DHCP do its job.How do I set my IP
No. RISC OS is a desktop OS. There is no SSH server.can I ssh to the machine, default password = "password" ?
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