AmiBerry written by Dimitris Panokostas is a pre-configured environment for the Raspberry Pi, Odroid XU4 or Tinkerboard ARM based devices and brings you the highest performance Amiga emulation. The new release of Amibery comes with a huge speed improvement in FPU instructions compared to earlier versions. AmiBerry is running on top of best lightweight Linux distro running underneath – DietPi. You can take advantage of all the unique features it provides, such as the excellent auto-update system, external USB storage, etc. Amiberry comes with full Picasso96 support and other huge improvements such as line Doubling mode, fix for 50/60Hz modes messing audio sync, and much more. The new release comes with huge improvements and bugfixes.
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