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VICE(1)                                                                VICE(1)



NAME
       VICE - Versatile Commodore Emulator and Virtual Commodore Environment

DESCRIPTION
       VICE  is a multi-platform emulator of the Commodore PET, CBM-II (C610),
       VIC20, C64 and C128 8-bit computers.  The  emulators  run  as  separate
       programs, but have the same user interface, share the same settings and
       support the same file(1,n) formats.  Also some external utilities  are  pro-
       vided.

       VICE is made up of the following programs:

       x64     a Commodore 64 emulator for the X Window System

       xvic    a Commodore VIC20 emulator for the X Window System

       xpet    a Commodore PET emulator for the X Window System

       xcbm2   a Commodore CBM-II (C610) emulator for the X Window System

       c1541   a stand-alone disk image maintenance utility;

       petcat  a Commodore BASIC de-tokenizer;

       The whole documentation for these programs is available in(1,8) HTML format;
       the   main   file(1,n)   should   be   installed   on   your    system    as
       /usr/local/lib/VICE/doc/vice_toc.html.

       For  up  to date news about VICE, have a look(1,8,3 Search::Dict) at the official home page
       at

              http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~dsladic/vice/vice.html

SEE ALSO
       petcat(1), c1541(1)

AUTHORS
       Ettore Perazzoli <ettore@comm2000.it>
       Daniel Sladic <sladic@eecg.toronto.edu>
       Andreas Boose <boose@linux.rz.fh-hannover.de>
       Dag Lem <resid@nimrod.no>
       Tibor Biczo <crown@mail.matav.hu>
       Teemu Rantanen <tvr@cs.hut.fi>
       Andre' Fachat <fachat@physik.tu-chemnitz.de>
       Jouko Valta <jopi@stekt.oulu.fi>
       Jarkko Sonninen <sonninen@lut.fi>

       with several contributions from other people around the world; see  the
       HTML documentation for more information.




VICE                              April 1999                           VICE(1)

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