Added: 21st of August 2021
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The 1980's saw the boom of home computing in the UK. The most popular home computers at the time were the Commodore Vic 20 and 64, Sinclair ZX 81, Spectrum 48K, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro and Acorn Electron.
There were other home computers on the market such as the Dragon 32, and the MSX which never really caught on in the UK.
For those who still have fond memories of the MSX, there is an emulator available in Ubuntu and Ubuntu based distributions called Open MSX
Please note: Open MSX can only load .rom cartridge files. To load tape and floppy disk files, you will have to install real ROMs, from real existing MSX machines.
To install the Open MSX emulator, open your terminal and enter the following command
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