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cpcbegin@i7:/opt/linuxemus/cpcemu-2.1$ ./cpcemu ./cpcemu: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libSDL2-2.0.so.0: no version information available (required by ./cpcemu)./cpcemu: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.33' not found (required by ./cpcemu)
Quote from: Emu on 09:16, 24 February 21@Gryzor: Are you really using realtime emulation? Are you using the on-screen keyboard?
Quote from: Emu on 09:43, 25 February 21I will do so next time. Regarding Android: No, no root privileges required, of course. Actually, you should be able to exit the emulator path. Which Android version are you using? Can you post a screen shot of the open-file window (the one with the red bordered window at the bottom) and a screen shot of the error message when sharing a DSK file from the explorer?
Quote from: Emu on 09:43, 25 February 21@CPCBEGIN: The reason for the Ubuntu errors is that you need to update your system. Your libraries are too old. But, I admit, it would be better to compile CPCemu on an older system to avoid such problems.
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y
cpcemu > %TEMP%\cpcemu.txt
Quote from: Emu on 01:11, 26 February 21@CPCBEGIN:Android: Thank you for the videos. Looks like a security issue. Are you installing apps to an SD card or to the internal flash memory?
Quote from: Emu on 01:11, 26 February 21@PaddyC13:Please open a command line window ("CMD", aka DOS window), browse to the CPCemu installation folder and executeCode Select Expandcpcemu > %TEMP%\cpcemu.txtto redirect the text output into the given file. Then please post the content of this file.Do you have an opportunity to test version 2.0?
Quote from: Emu on 01:18, 27 February 21@CPCBEGIN: I found the behaviour you documented (default folder "./DISC", no browsing more than one level above) only immediately after installation of CPCemu during the very first run. Please try to stop CPCemu completely by removing it from Android's open app list. I assume that when you run it again the folders will work. Can you check this? If this turns out to be the case I will try to fix it in the next release.
Quote from: Emu on 01:18, 27 February 21@PaddyC13: Unfortunately, I have not had any luck with your problem, yet. The output log is particular strange without any errors. Can you please try to delete or at least rename %APPDATA%\CPCemu and run CPCemu again? Is there any noticable difference?
Quote from: Emu on 23:58, 28 February 21@Livingstone , @CPCBEGIN : I think I now understand what the two of you are trying to do. You want to browse to the folder of some other app to open a DSK file from there. Unfortunately, such operation is not allowed by Android. You will need either to share DSK files with CPCemu from those other apps (which will copy them to the DISC folder of CPCemu) or to copy the DSK files to the DISC folder of CPCemu yourself somehow.
Quote from: Emu on 23:58, 28 February 21@PaddyC13 : Thank you for testing. I think the reason for the crash is exactly that some process locks one or more files in this CPCemu folder. I assume that if you find the culprit (maybe a CPCemu zombie process?), kill it and then delete the folder then the next start of CPCemu will work. Can you delete the folder directly after a reboot?
Quote from: Emu on 09:19, 03 March 21@PaddyC13: I'm sorry, but I don't have any improvements in your case. I will create a special cpcemu.exe file that reports after each of the first commands. So you will be able to tell me where it stops. It's a strange thing as normally CPCemu outputs reasonable error messages.
Quote from: Emu on 09:19, 03 March 21But still one question: Have you tried to share a DSK file with CPCemu from your file explorer or your browser? This has always worked for me, yet.
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