Linux stability fix: v1.0.1 (Hoverboard)
After releasing the first stable version I have received lots of feedback from folks around the world. Most of you guys were positive about the release, except my good old pal: Mike Blackburn.
Probably there are not too many E-UAE users are trying to run it on LinuxPPC and one of the reasons is probably: there is no binary distribution. Yet, there are a handful of crazy people... One of them is Mike.
He was not happy about the final release, because it is not working at all on Linux. The situation was tricky, because it was working before, but not anymore after my (seemingly unrelated) changes regarding the removal of useless debug logging.
After a week of struggling, roughly 70 emails(!) he figured out what was wrong: cache flushing.
Thanks to him here is a new "release" for the few LinuxPPC users: v1.0.1.
It is not really a release, since there is no binary build available, but I made a remark in the release folder to get the sources from 1.0.1 tag and build it on LinuxPPC.
Nice work, Mike!