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[#] Tue Mar 30 2021 06:57:51 MST from rss <>

Subject: Help with a Grand Slam 500/Trumpcard 500 Pro

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Im wondering if anyone is familiar with this sidecar.

I had it setup on my Amiga 500 and it worked great. Then the drive died to I picked up another scsi and used the trumpcard pro software to set it up and install workbench 2.04 (my a500 has kickstart 2.0) it all setups find but when i restart it doesnt from the drive. The jumper is still in the autoboot position. I tried a second scsi drive same thing successful install of workbench but doesnt boot.

Im new to having a hard drive in the amiga so could be im missing something super obvious. The drive is set to scsi id 6 and is terminated.

Anyone have any ideas?

Many thanks.

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[#] Tue Mar 30 2021 07:48:11 MST from rss <>

Subject: This is madness. I used to own two. Fancied picking one up to make some crunchy music but these prices are beyond stupid.

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[#] Tue Mar 30 2021 16:38:52 MST from rss <>

Subject: Gotek question - different functions for buttons and rotary dial?

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Recently got an external Gotek set up for my Amiga 500. It is a model with both the rotary knob and the up/down buttons.

As far as I know, the buttons are kind of redundant, so I'm wondering if they can be assigned different functions. For example I'd like if they could jump up or down the file list in larger steps, while the knob remains for "fine adjustment" one disk image at a time. Is this possible, perhaps in the FlashFloppy firmware options?

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[#] Tue Mar 30 2021 17:00:58 MST from rss <>

Subject: King's Valley Amiga port by M.A Software written in Blitz BASIC (source code available)

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[#] Tue Mar 30 2021 22:35:48 MST from rss <>

Subject: My Programming Books and Program Booklets. All sorts.

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[#] Wed Mar 31 2021 05:52:23 MST from rss <>

Subject: Banshee (1994) - a beautiful shoot 'em up by Core Design

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[#] Wed Mar 31 2021 16:33:02 MST from rss <>

Subject: Something has changed

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[#] Wed Mar 31 2021 19:26:02 MST from rss <>

Subject: Oriental Games Box

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[#] Wed Mar 31 2021 22:12:34 MST from rss <>

Subject: AMIGA 1200 Powder

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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 16:59:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: AMIGA Demo video

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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 16:59:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: Amiga on Raspberry Pi 4/400

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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 16:59:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: Kendo - Oriental Games - yeah :-)

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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 16:59:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: Amiga 1000 using a USB keyboard via Arduino and USB2Amiga

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I had posted here a while back asking for info on the best replacement keyboard solution for the A1000, and /u/banksy_h8r suggested USB2Amiga -- https://github.com/SvOlli/USB2Amiga. I finally got the build working today! I had a really major a-ha moment when it started working!

https://imgur.com/a/IWPCObk

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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 16:59:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: Snow Retro Games - Снежные Игры - my little retrospective. Mostly Amiga. Please be kind and like if you wish)

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[#] Thu Apr 01 2021 21:51:56 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Fricking Linux and its inability to easily copy an image to the clipboard and then into a message in Citadel.



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[#] Thu Apr 01 2021 21:58:16 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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What about doing it this way?




[#] Thu Apr 01 2021 22:04:59 MST from ParanoidDelusions <paranoiddelusions@wallofhate.com>

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Booyah! All this was done from my V4 in a VNC session to a linux box. It gives an FPGA pretty functional modern web access - through a remote session - but everything can be uploaded or downloaded from the Amiga through the VNC session and to the V4 from the web or from the V4 to the web. Which is cool functionality for a machine that is operating on basically early 2000's CPU power. I'm listening to music on the V4 while doing this. It basically means that you could effectively do almost everything you might want to do from the V4 - without ever directly accessing a modern machine. I mean - the VNC server is an i5 - so - you ARE still technically using modern computing power - but it is all happening from the console of the V4.


I'm pretty stoked. I'm sure I can polish the rough edges - I had the problem with being able to cut and paste images in browsers on Raspbian OS too - and there is some fix for it. Linux just isn't good at object linking and embedding - and never really has been. OS X and Windows have always been far ahead in that regard.

 



[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 16:59:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: Generic HD audio driver for AmigaOS4

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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 16:59:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: Follix / preview #1

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[#] Wed Dec 31 1969 16:59:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: "After 15 years of doing absolutely nothing on my Amiga, and many people asking me again and again if I would like to release the sourcecodes of VirusZ and xvs.library, I now have decided to do so..."

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