I’ve been working hard on a RetroPi in a Macintosh Classic (I’ll be posting about that when I’ve put the finishing touches on) and as a part of that project I’ve put together a guide to getting BasiliskII, a 68k Mac emulator, running on the Raspberry Pi and included in the EmulationStation interface.
It works great, and on my 900mhz overclocked Pi, it emulates a Color Classic at about actual speed. Feels just like a mid-level 68000 machine from the 90s.
Basically your instructions work great right up until the ./configure command, when I get an error. I proceeded to enter ./configure without any of the disable / enable options and things seem to go OK. I got as far as entering make, then make install, but at this point in part 2 of your tutorial you say “Start X11 on your Pi. Run BasiliskII and configure its options using the GUI.” and I’m not getting that far. Neither of the commands to start X11 you suggest at the end of part 1 starts the X11 window manager.
I tried starting over again after I noticed that in an article on GitHub here: https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/BasiliskII it is suggested to enter sudo ./retropie_packages basilisk configure before following your instructions but when I enter that I get the error message sudo: ./retropie_packages: command not found
I’ve also see that at the very start of your tutorial you suggest entering the directory ~/RetroPie/emulators/ but when I enter this I get the error message -bash: cd: /home/pi/RetroPie/emulators/: No such file or directory
Could you take a look into this please? It would be great to get some of my old Mac software running again. Thanks.