QUOTE(Jonolche @ Sep 23 2006, 02:15 PM)
You could possabily get this going. Don't listen to verbal. To play n64 emulators, or any other emulator you dont need to upgrade ram. The xbox gives you around 3/4 of ram available. Which although, is not alot, will do just fine for non-graphically hard games.
"Some users use the Xbox for a full graphical desktop environment, such as Gnome or KDE. While the Celeron 733 is more than adequate for running these, the 64MB of RAM greatly slows the system down and it spends a lot of time swapping to disk. Also, users of MAME or other emulators may experience similar problems."
I guess you can tell the XBOX LINUX PROJECT that you've told everyone on a forum not to listen to them, as they're blatant liars. MANY N64 games DO work, and MANY N64 games DON'T workhttp://forums.xbox-s...howtopic=260140
And YES I do know what i'm talking about. "Don't listen to Verbal", but Verbals right - what he's trying to do ISN'T POSSIBLE. You just came in here to dispute the N64 claim, and didn't even bother reading the thread. Might wanna use your eyes and re read what he's trying to do with 64MB of RAM. Also to clerify, i'm not badgering the threadstarter. You can try if you want, but the game alone runs 64MB, what makes you think Linux, running WINE, running a Windows distro can hold up with that little memory.