Here are some hyperlinks related to Atari ST and 68000 emulation :
Hatari related sites:
The "Atari running on any machine" project. Good for running
GEM applications on modern machines.
Old Atari ST emulator for Linux/Unix. Currently unmaintained, but still
useful on slow host machines.
Castaway (a.k.a. FAST) :
Yet another Atari ST emulator for Unix (currently unmaintained).
DCastaway : Very
enhanced version of CaSTaway.
STeem : A good STE emulator for
Linux and Windows, runs most of the old games and demos. There is
also ST developer documentation on their web site.
An Atari ST emulator for Windows, but its sourcecode is available
(and Hatari is based on this sourcecode).
Experimental UAE (E-UAE) :
An unofficial, improved version of UAE (The UN*X Amiga Emulator)
A greatly improved version of UAE for Windows (with a lot of CPU core
A NeXT emulator, based on the sources of Hatari.
Virtual Jaguar :
An Atari Jaguar emulator for Linux.
A versatile multi-system emulator. Hatari uses its IDE emulation for example.
ST emulation and other related sites:
One of the best Atari portals on the web. It features a nice discussion forum, too.
Atari Legend :
A huge data base about Atari ST games.
A page dedicated to demos on ST emulators. You can download lots of disk
images with scene demos here.
An open-source re-implementation of TOS for emulators and real machines.
Offers almost all TOS ROMs.
Atari forums :
Very good Atari ST discussion forums.
A music player for Atari ST and Amiga soundchip musics.
Dead Hacker Society :
Excelent news site and demo scene BBS.
Other useful tools for the ST emulation:
This tool can emulate a serial device over a TCP/IP network connection -
useful for playing some ST games which support multi-player via serial line.
GNU ddrescue :
Tools for creating images from floppy disks.
Tools for accessing a FAT filesystem - useful for floppy disk images.
Rivière's m68k-atari-mint tools : GCC 4.x tool chain for cross
compiling software for the ST.
Thorsten Otto's m68k-atari-mint
tools : A newer version of the GCC tool chain for cross compiling
software for the ST.
A free hard disk driver that can be used for the Falcon emulation of Hatari.
FTP archives with lots of Atari programs, tools, games and demos.
Documentation and information sites: