Added: 28th of July 2020
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I have not found a reliable BBC Emulator under Linux, but one emulator that does seem to work well is BeebEm. There is a Linux version, but it requires building and compiling and has not been updated since 2006, so I decided to download and try the Windows version using Wine, which seems to work very well.
I have only loaded a couple of tape files so far, but will extend the tutorial as I learn more about the emulator.
To install BeebEm in your distribution please first ensure you have Wine installed on your machine.
If you already have Wine installed visit http://www.mkw.me.uk/beebem/ (BeebEm - BBC Micro and Master 128 Emulator - Mike's Page) and download the Windows version.
Once download right click on the .exe file and open with Wine, alternatively locate the .exe file and enter the following in the terminal and follow the installation instructions
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