STonX is an Atari ST Emulator intended primarily for use with Unix and the X Window System.
- MC68000 CPU emulation
- 4 or 14MB RAM
- Color or Monochrome Atari ST graphics modes (1, 2 or 4 bitplanes); resolutions may be tweaked (e.g. 800x608x16) with some limitations.
- YM2149 sound chip emulation for Linux, FreeBSD, Irix, Solaris/SPARC, SunOS and HP-UX (if audio is supported by the hardware, of course).
- IKBD (partly)
- BIOS-level disk routines (using "Diskfiles" to emulate floppy disks or harddisk partitions).
- Bootable Unix filesystem interface - no need for Diskfiles anymore! (buggy)
- FDC emulation, complete enough to boot and run some games.
- Mega ST(E) clock chip (buggy).
- Serial and parallel ports (limited emulation).
- VDI-Driver for Xlib - speeds up the graphics output of "clean" applications, since VDI functions are implemented using Xlib functions (so e.g. accelerated line routines of your graphics card may be used).
- NEW: Support for a FreeMiNT file system (so you can even access the host file system with long file names!).
- Joystick support (on Linux only at the moment).
- Uses an X window (monochrome displays may still work with the monochrome ST mode, but this is untested) or SVGAlib with Linux.