IIRC the soft 68K CPU created by Tobias is almost cycle exact, only multiplication instructions work faster than in its real counterpart.
So there shouldn't be too many problems then. I still want to test all the titles I have working on the v1.1 against the C-One using the same exact ADF files.
The hardfile used by the Minimig is compatible with WinUAE. You can use WinUAE to create a hardfile of any size you want (as long as it's smaller than 2GB - FAT16 partition size limit) and preinstall software on it. The hardfile must be a full image of a virtual hard drive (no sparse file).
Doh! Why didn't I think of that! I used WinUAE to create my original "blank" ADF disks. Cheers.
I have added to the ARM firmware an alphabetical sorting of files (as for now only root directory is supported) and jumping to a file in the file selection window by pressing a key with the first letter of its name.
Excellent! One thing I did notice with the F12 menu was that I needed to use a joystick to "scroll sideways" on certain manu options. This was a real pain and I kept skipping too far. Can you asign a key on the keyboard to do this instead (or perhaps there is one and I just couldn't find it)?
Finally, assuming the RAM upgrade is done, is there any way that OS3.5 or OS3.9 can work with the Minimig v1.1 and the 68000? The minimim specs demand a 68020 and I tried to install OS3.9 on an expanded A2000 with no CPU expansion and it failed.