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I recently upgraded from 11.10 to 12.04, and I had a bunch of game progresses saved from my Mupen64 emulator. I kept my roms, so I figure I kept my saves as well, but I can't find Mupen64 in the repository, and when I tried downloading it online, it crashed and wouldn't load again. Is there another version of the emulator I can get? or another emulator which will read my game saves from Mupen?

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The emulator is on repositories. Click here or paste this on terminal: sudo apt-get install mupen64plus.

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I had the emulator installed fine, but the game saves weren't there. Also, is there anyway to revert back to 11.10 from 12.04 and keep everything I had before? – Alex May 26 '12 at 3:59

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