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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, C64DTV,
       C128 and Plus4 8-bit computers.  The emulators run as separate programs, but have the same
       user  interface,  share  the  same settings  and support the same file formats.  Also some
       external utilities are provided.

       VICE is made up of the following programs:

       x64     a fast Commodore 64 emulator for the X Window System

       x64sc   an accurate Commodore 64 emulator for the X Window System

       x64dtv  a C64DTV emulator for the X Window System

       x128    a Commodore 128 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

       xplus4  a Commodore Plus4 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  HTML  format;  the  main  file
       should be installed on your system as /usr/share/doc/vice/html/vice_toc.html .

       For up to date news about VICE, have a look at the official home page at

              http://vice-emu.sourceforge.net/

SEE ALSO

       petcat(1), c1541(1)

AUTHORS

       Andreas Boose <boose@linux.rz.fh-hannover.de>
       Dag Lem <resid@nimrod.no>
       Tibor Biczo <crown@mail.matav.hu>
       Andreas Dehmel <zarquon@t-online.de>
       Thomas Bretz <tbretz@ph.tum.de>
       Andreas Matthies <andreas.matthies@gmx.net>
       Martin Pottendorfer <Martin.Pottendorfer@aut.alcatel.at>
       Markus Brenner <markus@brenner.de>
       Spiro Trikaliotis <Spiro.Trikaliotis@gmx.de>
       Marco van den Heuvel <blackystardust68@yahoo.com>
       David Hansel <david@hansels.net>
       Daniel Sladic <sladic@eecg.toronto.edu>
       Ettore Perazzoli
       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.