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Are there any good n64 emulators for linux? I've tried mupen64, but it's still pretty buggy, and I'm having a few issues....
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    n64 emulators?


    Are there any good n64 emulators for linux? I've tried mupen64, but it's still pretty buggy, and I'm having a few issues.

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    As far as I know mupen is the only one.

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    Yeah, I only know Mupen64. What are the issues you are having?

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    well, whenever I do something, such as configure plugins or run a game, it will close when I do something afterwards. For example, I'll run super smash bros, close it, select a different game, and it will close out. It's really annoying just to have to deal with. Also, the sound stinks, but I don't think that's because it's buggy. I imagine it's just the plugins.

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