March 13, 2011 · General · Email This Post

pSX emulates the Sony Playstation, pretty much everything is emulated (to my knowledge) and most games run perfectly.  It runs under Windows and Linux.One thing that should be noted is that pSX DOES NOT use plugins.The emulator is completely self contained.

The emulator has been designed to be as easy and unobtrusive to use as possible -- in most cases you will not need to configure anything to use it (except maybe the controls).

Install pSX 1.13 on ubuntu Lucid/Maverick

Download deb packaged from here

Please also note that lib32gtkglext1_1.2.0-3.2-amd64.deb (included in amd64 compressed file) must be installed for 64bit/amd64 systems. This is not needed for 32bit systems.

NOTE: While running, due to a conflict with pSX and pulseaudio, pulseaudio is disabled while running pSX. This may make any program using it crash and will probably make the mixer/sound volume control unavailable while pSX is running. It should return to normal when pSX is closed. If not, close any program currently using sound. If that doesn't work, hit alt+f2 and type in "pulseaudio" (without quotes).

If the mixer does not start up next time you start Ubuntu, add the pulseaudio command to the startup applications or to /etc/rc.local

Via Ubuntuforum

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3 Comments to “How to install pSX 1.13 on ubuntu Lucid/Maverick (i386/amd64) using deb package”

  1. Patric says:

    Hi, does pSX also work on 9.10 ?

    (I tried the newer Ubuntu 10.10 but on my machine it is slower than 9.10, so I got back)

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  2. Cutiyar says:

    hi
    i dont know about this package, if i installed whats gone be happen? or what can i do with this ?

    thanks

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  3. Mystro256 says:

    I was the one that posted the packages, they were broken when I first posted them so I fixed them. Just look at the forum post again.

    Also it should work on 9.10 too but I’m not sure because I haven’t tested it.

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