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Old 1st August 2013, 12:52 AM
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Lightbulb pj64 Linux Distro

i was finding third party plugins for pj64 and this awesome idea came to me, a pj64 linux distro!,why?a 64 running without programs taking precious memory.
i think that the framerates will increase greatly,i hope
and a pc with low ram gonna run it without problems

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This has been talked about many times, not going to happen
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Ehh, if you really wanted to you could just install a minimal Linux setup and then run pj64 on that. Even then you could just take a modern distro install and start removing things you wouldn't need.

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Ehh, if you really wanted to you could just install a minimal Linux setup and then run pj64 on that. Even then you could just take a modern distro install and start removing things you wouldn't need.
idk what linux i could use
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Old 6th August 2013, 12:58 PM
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There are other decent N64 emu's for Linux OS. Such as Mupen64Plus.

I usually use Xubuntu when it comes to a Linux distro that doesn't use much RAM. I'm sure there are better ones though, but I generally stay away from Linux, so I'm not a great person to know about stuff like this.

Would be rather strange to have a distro purely for PJ64 though, you only need 512MB of RAM or so to run most games at a good pace.
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There are other decent N64 emu's for Linux OS. Such as Mupen64Plus.

I usually use Xubuntu when it comes to a Linux distro that doesn't use much RAM. I'm sure there are better ones though, but I generally stay away from Linux, so I'm not a great person to know about stuff like this.

Would be rather strange to have a distro purely for PJ64 though, you only need 512MB of RAM or so to run most games at a good pace.
thanks for the reply and the information
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