Swapfile = Better performing Dynamic Recompiler
Make sure you are using swapfiles on both A320 Open Dingux and Ben Nanonote OpenWRT.
This allows larger dynamic recompiler caches and as a result much faster code execution and DOSBox is on a whole a lot more stable. Civilization plays super fast now! :)
Also included are some fixes to the dyna-rec from d_smagin's DOSBox port to GCW-Zero.
A320 Open Dingux
Changes to the dosbox.conf including increasing default memsize.
The 'del' key ('red arrow' + backspace) is now working - was mapped to something wrong.
Volume control using the keyboard now working. There is a new entry in the dosbox.conf to accommodate a default value.
nanonote_volume = 50
Other changes to the dosbox.conf including enabling the soundblaster.
You can create a 64MB swapfile on the Nanonote's NAND using the following commands:
# dd if=/dev/zero of=/swapfile bs=1024 count=65536 # mkswap /swapfile # swapon /swapfile
Alternatively you can create a 64MB swapfile on the Nanonote's microSD using the following commands:
# dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/mmcblk0p1/swapfile bs=1024 count=65536 # mkswap /mnt/mmcblk0p1/swapfile # swapon /mnt/mmcblk0p1/swapfile
To enable the swap after reboot you will have to re-run:
Or you can make it auto-mount using the /etc/init.d/
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