Not really... and since Amiga was single core and it's chipset needs to be tightly synchronized every few cycles with CPU i don't see any room for parralelization ... only audio rendering use some thread but it's only for synchronization...Chirone72 wrote:The version for RPi2 fully uses the quad core CPU ?
All cores works together ? (I've both Rpi1 and 2)
UAe4arm Rpi2 is compiled with neon enabled and armV7 profiling... Rpi1 version is compiled without neon and with armV6 profiling (the Rpi1 is one ARM generation behind)... by choosing armV7 we enable goodies for this architecture which improve efficiency...Chirone72 wrote:Using UAE4ARM on Rpi2 is definitively better than with Rpi1 (at "same" clock speed) ? Why ?
Moreover for the same code the cortex are more efficient at same speed that Arm11...
Just clone the github repository and follow what is in readme. It has been updated for raspbian jessie...Chirone72 wrote:There is an updated guide to understand how to get and install (and easily upgrade to latest versions) only the latest package in Raspbian ?