I have a ROM dumped from an Apple //e, and I'd like to use it with MAME in Linux (I'm running Debian). However, it's not clear from the manual how I could do that. it seems I can put ROMS on
~/mame/roms, but when I start MAME, it doesn't let me use those.
I have this ROM image, and I also have a couple of disk images (can I use those with MAME?)
Where can I find simple instructions on how to start an Apple //e with MAME? If it's possible to start directly from the command line, it would be even better!
I tried to identify my dumped ROM, and MAME says it doesn't match anything it knows (I'd expect that, since each clone's ROM will be different, I suppose).
$ mame -remident apple2e.rom apple2e.rom NO MATCH No roms matched.
apple2e.rom is in MAME's ROMs path, I believe, since it is in