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Compilation in 2018
#1
Brick 
Hello,

It's been 5 years since last I've compiled PCSX2 on Linux.
So it seems the informations to compile an up-to-date version of PCSX2 on an up-to-date OS (Ubuntu 18.04) are not really up-to-date =)
So  what are the complete dependencies nowadays? Is there any useful compile parameters for any speed gain  (like -march or others) ?

Thank you for your kind help =)
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#2
It seems like the Arch PKGBUILD is up to date, you can see its complitation steps here:
https://git.archlinux.org/svntogit/commu...ages/pcsx2

They use this patch, to be precise: (gcc6)
https://git.archlinux.org/svntogit/commu...ages/pcsx2
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#3
That list is up to date, for arch Linux. It doesn't show the dependencies for Ubuntu. When I compile for Arch all I have to do is copy from the list / install and compile from there
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