I'd love to be able to run EightyOne on my 4GB Raspberry Pi Model 4 B. I don't know whether this is possible or even how to go about compiling it for ARM. If there's already a Pi-compatible ARM binary kicking around somewhere (I've looked but can't find one) or someone would like to guide me with compiling it I'd be very grateful.
I will ask on the official Raspberry Pi forum if I get no joy here, but they're a grumpy bunch of sods in general so I'd rather try here first.
There is software called Wine which is Windows APIs for Linux. However these are for the x86 architechture and not ARM.
So you have 2 problems.
- EightyOne is for Windows not Linux
- Wine is x86 not ARM
However I think you need to find an emulator for Linux e.g. SZ81 or ZEsarUX.
ZX81, Lambda 8300, Commodore 64, Mac G4 Cube
EDIT: I've just installed that Earhole thing that I can't pronounce and it's working very well. Thanks for the heads-up.
Installation instructions for a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B are here...
https://www.linuxlinks.com/raspberry-pi ... mputers/3/