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Getting VICE to work and sorting the full screen for Playing.
I have never used the sudo commands in cmd line until I started using Ubuntu on one of my PCs, so I looked with some trepidation at installing VICE, however this was very easy an I would recommend you visit the eLinux site to get step by step instructions on how to do this.
When I got the emulator running the screen in full screen mode was of the bottom right hand corner, this was because the overscan settings for the Debian squeeze OS were different, so I asked on the Raspberry PI forum and got simple step by step instructions on setting up a separate boot for VICE from a helpfull member of the community, I simply run the PI and then initiate the new overscan code, restart and it changes overscan on re-start allowing me to use the screen perfectly in full screen ( a little off the left and right border but fine ) when I quit the system it will restart in normal PI overscan allowing me to use the VIC to surf the net and the like. When it runs, the sound buffer overruns and silences the emulator, how ever when you stop moving the mouse about and the CPU slows down, you can re-enable the sound and it plays very well indeed.
You can define the joysticks in the keyset menu to get joystick operation working.