Why Linux Mint XFCE?
Linux Mint combines Debian core and professionality with user friendliness. It supports new as well as older hardware and has pre-installed everything what a normal user needs when working on internet and with PC peripherals, such as printers and scanners.
Especially the Linux Mint XFCE does not require big system resources or the latest hardware, LM XFCE is fast, easy to use, nice and reasonable to look at.
- FUSE /install /ROMs
- Xpeccy /download
- Unreal Speccy Portable
- Retro Virtual Machine
FUSE: If TRD or SCL images cannot be started because some ROM file is missing, download the above full ROM set. Put the whole content of this archive into the directory /var/lib/flatpak/app/net.sf.fuse_emulator/x86_64/stable/active/files/share/fuse/ When you compile your own FUSE it should be /usr/share/spectrum-roms/ For a copying of these files Open as root is needed.
Samdisk: If the file libbz2.so is missing in the system, install it:
$ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get upgrade
$ sudo apt-get install lib32z1
The Qt4 framework has already been removed from Ubuntu main repositories
use PPAs to install it, for Mint v20.x
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:rock-core/qt4
and for Ubuntu v20.10
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gezakovacs/ppa
To uninstall, type:
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:rock-core/qt4 --remove
$ sudo apt remove --autoremove libqt4* libqtcore4 libqtgui4 libqtwebkit4 qt4*
Looking for older DEBs and libraries? Try archive.ubuntu.com.
Which version of Ubuntu is my Linux Mint based on? Type:
$ cat /etc/upstream-release/lsb-release
$ cat /etc/os-release