Thanks to all those people
who are supporting the project.
What is Combian 64?
Combian 64 is Raspberry Pi distribution able to boot your preferite Commodore machine in just few seconds.
It uses the brand new compiled version of Vice 3.1 to emulate all the Commodore Machines set.
By default, Combian 64 boots the Commodore 64 emulator, but it’s not the only one included in the distro….what if you want to emulate a Commodore Vic 20?
Easy answer! 😉
By quitting the emulator (pressing key F8), typing ‘menu’ command from the shell, you have access to the internal Combian 64 menu which will allow you to change options like: emulator to run at boot, run raspi-config command, reboot your Raspberry Pi, shutdown, or even run again the emulator.
Combian 64 is a free project, this means you can modify, improve, customise it as you like.
It’s however prohibited to include Combian 64 in commercial product
Projects using Combian64
A really well done project using Combian to emulate a real Commodore 64
Combian 64 official group
Join the official Facebook group, a place where you can receive support by me (when i’ve time :)) and other members who already solved the same problem of yours.
Download latest version (2.8)
Please note, Combian64 doesn’t work on Raspberry Pi 4
Combian64 is donationware, if you want to download it, please make a free donation and you will receive the download link in the Paypal email.
(Donations are free to support the project but be reasonable and don’t kid me making a donation of 0,01€, thanks).
Note: To decompress the image, you need to use latest version of WINRAR. Other Rar decompressors could not work.
Need VKM files for Keyrah?
If you use Combian64 to build your own Commodore retromachine based on Keyrah, thank to Antonio Stoppa, you can now download a matching C64 keyboard VKM configuration file. Enjoy it 😉
VKM for Combian2.1
VKM for Combian2.8
People who made Combian64 possible
First of all it is natural to thank the Vice team for their incredible Commodore machines emulator, without it, Combian64 wouldn’t exist.
I’d like to thank also the facebook group “Retro Emulation World.” which inspired me with the idea and suggestions on Combian64 development. If you want to be part of this incredible community, click the image below 🙂