Eero Tamminen wrote:Seems like NULL pointer access called by qsort() callback. That's only called in scandir() function. According to your backtrace, that's in Hatari fallback version of that, which seems weird because I would have expected OSX to provide scandir() in system libraries i.e. your build may be configured wrong.
Is this with the plain SDL GUI (which Hatari developers can test on Linux), or in the OSX code (not maintained by Hatari developers, but outside contributions)?
darwinmac wrote:I also use Hatari 2.0.0 on my 2016 MacBook Pro with 10.12.4. I do not have any problems using the SDL F12 menu. I will mention that, unless you are in full screen mode, you can use the Preferences menu item in the Hatari menu or the Insert Disk A or Insert Disk B menu options in the File menu in order to insert a disk into Hatari.
I am not an official Hatari OS X maintainer, but I have tested the MacOS version in the past.
Looking at your path, what directory are you using to run Hatari? I know there was a problem in the release version if your path was too long. However, I am not sure that is the problem you are having.
darwinmac wrote:Now that you have it working, you will want to search on Google for actual Atari ROMs. The included EmuTOS is good, but you'll have the best compatibility with the original Atari ROMs.
raticide wrote:@Bob, thanks a lot. It works like a charm now. I definitely need to understand how all this works on MacOS.
Btw, I got this security warning message that asks me to authprize the launch of the app. Thanks a lot for the anticipation though. Might be useful for others.
Cheers and thank again.
leech wrote:I tried transitioning to a Mac from my beloved Gnome-shell when I started at my new job. I had a hard time with it, they do some things rather unintuitive for someone who has lived through all the Ataris and Amigas and onto Windows and various Linux desktop environments.
So now I just 'apt install hatari' and am ready to play. Nice that you got it working there. I believe the Hatari developers even write it mostly for Linux, right?
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