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Re: Allegro Lib

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There was a port of Allegro 4.x for AmigaOS 4.x but I don't remember if the source was ever made available. Allegro 5.x doesn't work on any Amiga-like OS yet.

Posted on: 2017/11/29 3:06
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Re: Anyone at Amiwest for AROS?

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I went in 2013 representing AROS and had a RasPi running AEROS at a table shared with AmigaDave who had a MorphOS Mac running.

Posted on: 2017/11/1 0:12
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Re: Paging Kalamatee - Vampire on the horizon

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I don't think he has an A500 or A600 to plug a Vampire into right now. And the stand-alone isn't ready for use without a complete core.

Posted on: 2017/6/15 10:54
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Re: launch a script periodically ? daemonize a script ?

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run waitx 10mins always execute scriptname


This untested code will execute a script named scriptname every ten minutes. (You might need an equals sign between the 10 and the mins since I'm not that great at interpreting the key string for the argument parser. Likewise you might need quotes around the execute command and its parameters.)

Note also that although scripts cannot be made resident, they can be copied to the RAM: device and held in memory that way.

Posted on: 2017/3/8 0:10
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Re: (re)compiling a .library for Aros

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I have made a .library for OS3 & OS4 What is the SIMPLEST way to compile it for aros x86 ?


I think he's looking for the most up-to-date version of the SDI headers but I think they don't work well on AROS.

Also, I think he wants a cross-compile toolchain to do it with since he doesn't want to build the whole native environment. He wants it for x86 though so FD2Inline will not help much. That would only help with AROS 68k.

Posted on: 2016/12/29 3:47
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Re: Protrekkr what do you think?

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32-bit AROS, yes. 64-bit AROS no.

Posted on: 2016/11/9 2:25
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Re: Protrekkr what do you think?

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I haven't been able to compile a 64-bit Linux version of it. I have it forked on GitHub. I think it needs more than just a Zune frontend.

Posted on: 2016/11/8 21:35
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Re: Natami (aka vampire)

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I have a Vampire accelerated A500 sitting in front of me though I'm still running the Silver 7 core. I haven't tried AROS on it yet because reports are that without a better graphics driver it's still too slow.

Posted on: 2016/9/5 9:10
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Re: 80s popular music in MOD format

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They are not legally available but you can find them if you know where to look. Personally, I avoid the illegal sites but found plenty of both legal and illegal music files on my Sounds Terrific CD set from Wierd Science years ago.

Posted on: 2016/8/5 10:28
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Re: Are there new Amiga compatible computers available?

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If you want to play with AmigaOS 4, you'd better plan on getting a new PowerPC machine with a Radeon HD card. They don't easily work on the Classic Amiga models without a rare and expensive PPC accelerator card for A1200, A3000 or A4000.

With a V500 accelerator, you can plug a 4 GiB CF card into the IDE port of the accelerator and instantly have a cheap SSD equivalent for the A1000. The only real disadvantage of the A1000 is that if you want to run old software that requires the ECS or AGA chipsets, you're out of luck and stuck with OCS and 512K of Chip RAM max. If you want to run new stuff with a graphics card, the V500 supplies that too!

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