ePSXe 1.5.1

March 18th, 2002 by Crusader

ePSXe, the Linux PSX (PlayStation One) emulator, is now at version1.5.1. Changes:

  • CD subchannel support
  • Pov hat joystick support
  • CD controller modifications
  • 3D math fix for some games
  • Internal timing changes
  • MDEC transparency
  • Various fix the main CPU emulation

ePSXe 1.5.1 Download:

5 Responses to “ePSXe 1.5.1”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    what plug ins do yuo use with this emu? I assume you can’t use the dll plugins for the win version..
    can anyone educate me in this?

  2. bobcat Says:

    ePSXe ROCKS! This is a GREAT emulator. If you haven’t tried it, go for it. Most Playstation games are damn near flawless, and many are much better than playing on a real PSX.

  3. icculus Says:

    The thing segfaults whenever I try to start from a CD. The BIOS emulation itself seems to work. Anyone else have this trouble? Not sure if it’s a kernel (2.4.17) issue or what.

    I’ll have to try making an ISO from one of my discs.

    By the way, don’t use that binary packer thing next time; gdb throws up on it, which makes it hard to trace segfaults.


  4. Anonymous Says:

    My playstation is not really working anymore, but I have a number
    of games for it and I’d love to play them. Only problem is I dont
    have a BIOS image. I wish I could find one to d/l, but I suppose
    I’ll have to make an image from my playstation’s BIOS. Where does everyone else
    get their PSX BIOS from?

  5. CoffeeMug Says:

    It would be great if there was a SDL plugin for ePSXe. The MESA and Xwindow plugins are kind of slow…

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