On Wed, 7 Jul 2004 14:00:47 -0400 Glenn Maynard wrote: > I think there's a fairly significant difference between an emulator > that will load and display an "insert ROM" image (eg. NES, SNES), and > one that requires a specific non-free image in order to be able to do > anything at all (eg. PSX BIOS images). > > The first is analogous to requiring media; you see what the console > displays if a cartridge isn't inserted. The second is the same as > requiring a non-free library for which there is no free replacement. > (I'm not aware of any free replacement PSX BIOSes.) Agreed, fully. -- | GnuPG Key ID = DD6DFCF4 | $ fortune Francesco | Key fingerprint = | Q: What is purple Poli | C979 F34B 27CE 5CD8 DC12 | and commutes? | 31B5 78F4 279B DD6D FCF4 | A: A boolean grape.
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