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Some alternate keywords for the above: VIC20, C64, C=64, C64 DTV, C128, C=128, CBM-500, CBM-600, CBM-700, PLUS4 .
This package does not contain the various ROM images needed to actually use the emulators; they are available separately from other locations (see the README.ROMs file). A corporation in the Netherlands called Tulip holds the copyrights to the ROM images, and redistribution is not permitted, but VICE itself is unencumbered.
vice for Debian --------------- This emulator won't work without ROM images for many of the chips used in the Commodore 8-bit machines. You'll have to get those on your own, and for more information on how to do that, read the README.ROMs file. -- Zed Pobre <email@example.com>, 2000.06.18
The ROM images for the 8-bit components required to make VICE are copyrighted, and you install them at your own legal risk. Tulip Computers, in the Netherlands, appears to hold the copyright to them, and is being somewhat persnickety about who uses them. You will have to get your ROMs somewhere other than this package. Previously, this was handled with the vice-getroms package, which was a frag more»
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