Supported release: 1.1.0

The goal of ARAnyM is to provide a free, fast and powerfull Atari computer emulator. ARAnyM is an acronym: Atari Running on Any Machine. This page is dedicated to help use of ARAnyM on your computer, with pre-configured ARAnyM archives. You will find hers diffrents use of ARAnyM.

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Last update : July 15 2020 (script linux can now work under BSD system)
For contact email me at : o dot l at lutece dot net


This is the modern version of my first very old version (2008 !), here rather provide separate configuration I propose one doing all configuration in same time with very simple choice, to be able to start a lot of configuration in same time.You will be able to run with this archive:




1 : You need first install ARAnyM by yourself, goto ARAnyM download area :
2 : To test all configuration you need standard, MMU and JIT version
3 : Depending of you system it recommend to do this:

- Windows, run install program nothing more. Note current version 1.1.0 JIT version looks not work as expected, Kronos will crash, you can find binary on sourceforges, take cygwin version, the best to not have confusion binary is to put folder in "Aranym_files" folder and edit "run_window.bat" with texte editor to replace "C:\Program Files (x86)\ARAnyM\aranym-jit.exe" by "..\aranym-0.9.16\aranym-jit.exe"

- macOS (or OS X), extract archive and put folder in your "Applications" folder

- Linux the best is to compil ARAnyM by yourself, you will find source code for the realease with other pre build ex for 1.1.0 name is "aranym_1.1.0.orig.tar.gz", unpack it, go in the folder then start compil with this options:
sudo make install

with this operation you should have standard version installed (aranym), now we need try compil MMU version

make clean
./configure  --enable-fullmmu
sudo make install

with this operation you should have mmu version installed (aranym-mmu), now we need try compil JIT version

make clean
./configure --enable-jit-compiler --enable-jit-fpu
sudo make install

Now you should have aranym-jit installed too

Note : for ARM for JIT configuration you should replace "
./configure --enable-jit-compiler --enable-jit-fpu" by "./configure --enable-jit2", I have not tested this point by myself, please let me know if it work.

4 : Dowload my archive (around 51 MB) ARAnymmulti, extract it anywhere
5 : Run one of the script proposed in Aranym_files folder depending of your system ( for Linux and BSD systems, for macos (OS X I think 10.6 minimum else script probably will failed but configuration should be able to run on older system), run_window.bat)
6 : Answer to question during boot process you should be able to start your GEM 68K system


    When start script you have 6 possible choice:
            1 : Mint ARAnyM std
            2 : Mint ARAnyM MMU
            3 : Mint ARAnyM JIT Fullscreen
            4 : Falcon TOS 4.04 ARAnyM MMU
            5 : Falcon TOS 4.04 ARAnyM STD
            6 : Emutos ARAnyM STD
            Choice 4,5 and 6 no other choice possible, this configuration will boot on virtual image disk, you have just tu "return" whn prompt from HDriver demo request
            Choice 1, 2, 3 will display this choice, the boot is done on Z drive (folder DriveZ):

            1 : MyAES_098_Beta_fVDI  : Run MyAES 0.98 beta with fVDI video driver
            2 : XaAES_fVDI : Run XaAES with fVDI video driver
            3 : MyAES_098_Beta_videl : Run MyAES 0.98 beta under video videl mode
            4 : XaAES_videl : Run XaAES under video videl mode
            5 : Multitos_AES4.0_videl : Run original Multitos AES 4.0 under video videl mode
            6 : MyAES_098_Beta_debug_videl : Run debug version of MyAES 0.98 beta

This last choice (MyAES 0.98 debug version) is able to display all AES call of a debug application, calls will be print on host console, to use it you need modify add in "DriveZ/gemsys/myaes/app_conf.cnf" the program to debug, for exemple you want debug QED just add:

app_debug QED