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  1. spyder1369

    dual core processors

    not sure if anyone else has had this problem by my linux notebook is having issues with the emu ping-ponging off the processor, now admititly its running with and integrated video processor but with vba taking around 50% cpu its actually maxing out one and then the other, i think there might be an issue. Lemme know what you think
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    Your work is appreciated.

    Well i figured out my mistake i was using the wrong save battery, i changed the save directory in windows and forgot. >.< well thanks for the help, and i look forward to trying the qt4 version when its more complete.
  3. spyder1369

    Your work is appreciated.

    Thanks for the advice it now works just fine, one other thing I have noticed is that i have problems loading battery files, the problem being it dosent load it at all, now if i delete my battery files for my games, it makes new ones and those load, but i can't seem to load any battery files into my linux copy. So what is the dealio, do the versions save in different battery file format, and is there any fix for it. Thanks again.
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    Your work is appreciated.

    First of all I would like to say it is good to see that there will be more development of a wonderful emulator. I do however have a quick question, I am relatively new to linux(running fedora core 8) and wanted to change over my emulators, I have gotten the last version of vba that was released to run, however i have found no way to implement the fix for pokemon games (ie. VBA-over.ini) on linux, if any one knows how to solve this It would be greatly appreciated, and if it is unworkable, that would be good to know too. I do realize that in this really is out of place asking about an obsolete piece of software but i figured this was a semi appropriate area to ask it in, again thanks for any help provided.