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First you need the actual zerox86 PC emulator for GCW0.
|zerox86.opk||July 27th, 2014||508 KB||Version 0.06 released! Note that zerox86 is still very much in beta state, so many games fail to run, and it is still missing some important features.|
|zerox86.txt||July 27th, 2014||5 KB||Release notes and version history.|
|zerox86.ini||June 15th, 2014||2KB||Example configuration file. Copy it to either /usr/local/home/.zerox86/zerox86.ini or /usr/local/home/zerox86.ini on your GCW Zero. You can add game-specific key mappings and adjust the defaults to suit your preferences.|
|zerox86_005.opk||July 13th, 2014||508 KB||Previous version of zerox86, in case the latest version has some severe bugs.|
Since zerox86 does not have an inbuilt command interpreter (or shell), you need to have a DOS program that provides the command shell features. Currently the only supported shell is 4DOS version 7.50, freeware by Rex Conn & JP Software. The only file you absolutely need is the 4DOS.COM program, but if you have space on your SD card you can download the auxiliary files as well.
The recommended place to put these files on your SD card is a 4DOS subdirectory under the directory you wish to use as the emulated C:\ root directory. You can also put 4DOS.COM into the C:\ root directory.
|4DOS.COM||4DOS.COM command shell for zerox86.|
|ftp://jpsoft.com/4dos/files/||JP Software's FTP site. Select the files you want.|
|4dos750b130.exe||Windows installer for the whole package. NOTE! Unless you want to install 4DOS on your PC, do not run the installer, instead use any unzip utility to extract the separate files from this archive.|
|time.c||May 27th, 2013||6 KB||This is the changed file linux/arch/mips/jz4770/time.c for my special HIGH_RES_TIMERS kernel. My changes are separated by PATE_ENABLE_ONESHOT define (as the main reason why the high resolution timers did not work in the original kernel was that the hardware timer code did not have one-shot capability).|
Supported and tested games
See the zerox86 Compatibility WIKI for the most up-to-date list of games currently working in zerox86.