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Re: a SDL version or E-UAE/RuninUAE question
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Hi, I did another test improving the parameters of the SDL + GFX configuration.

I wanted to ask if there is a way to connect E-UAE on the Internet for example through Netsurf with a client or other.
Or E-UAE doesn't provide this option, thanks
here the video the audio is excellent with AmigaAMP and also the response of E-UAE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6bfQFMtcX8

here in instead a user with amiga ppc who uses two E-UAE together:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6kRo2e0Un8


Edited by white on 2020/2/24 0:13:30
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Re: a SDL version or E-UAE/RuninUAE question
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I was wondering if it was possible to implement support for bsdsocket.libray in E-UAE.
Would it be possible to implement it, or is it not possible by recompiling E-UAE?
Thanks for any reply.

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Re: a SDL version or E-UAE/RuninUAE question
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@white

I’d like to see support too.
Would be great to see EUAE on OS4 able to communicate over serial link to my A1200.

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Re: a SDL version or E-UAE/RuninUAE question
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Hi ddni,
I read that the E-UAE version for linux and macOS support bsdsocket.library

Of course my request is simple, I wondered if it would be simple to implement it for those who have the skills to do it.

Obviously it is not a claim and a simple request if it is possible to implement it.
Thank you.

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