While experimenting with Sinclair emulators on Ubuntu last night, I
made 2 discoveries which might interest folk here.
First, the author of perhaps the premium Sinclair QL emulator for
Windows, QPC, has made it unrestricted freeware. The news is from
mid-2014 but I'd missed it. Both QPC1 and QPC2 are now available free
of charge. I found this news via Dilwyn Jones' site, here:
This is the direct download & info site for QPC:
They come bundled with SMSQ/e, the final-generation QL OS, derived
from QDOS, complete with bootable hard disk images.
The second discovery was that QPC2 for Windows installs and runs
flawlessly under WINE on 64-bit Ubuntu. :-)
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