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Re: ScummVM bug-free Clib4/SPE version
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@dfstudios

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I found an AmigaOS 4 version of ScummVM 1.6.0 on SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/scummvm/files/scummvm/1.6.0/

I've tried running it, but I get errors about it being unable to resolve symbols in shared objects. It's late here, so I don't have time to look at this further at the moment.


The version 1.8.1 of ScummVM works without problems, I took it from your link https://sourceforge.net/projects/scummvm/files/scummvm/1.8.1/ but it is absolutely slow on Tabor.

Maybe this version is also slow on all other machines because it is from 2016 and has not been optimized like the version on Os4Depot?

I'll leave you a short video...
test with Broken Sword 2.5 which you can download for free from https://www.scummvm.org/games/#games-sword25:sword25.




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A1222 / 3D Benchmark over StarBox with different GFX cards
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I would like to know whether better graphics cards make sense at all on an A1222.

My hardware was delivered with a RX550 (4GB) which I have already replaced with a RX570 (8GB) and ran the benchmark via StarBox (os4Depot).

http://os4depot.net/?function=showfil ... hics/misc/starboxdemo.lha

Perhaps we can compare it with other cards to see if there are any differences in speed. Run the test in full screen with a resolution of 1920x1080x32Bit

My benchmark StarBox on RX570 (8GB) :

StarBox Benchmark 1.0
Resolution: 1920 * 1080
Fullscreen
FPS: 376.56

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Re: ScummVM bug-free Clib4/SPE version
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@afxgroup

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afxgroup wrote:I'll try it on Tabor this weekend and I'll let you know


Cool...I would be very happy about this, maybe we can learn something from it and it could be interesting for other developers as well.

I have also seen a video showing ScummVM on Tabor, but the video is 7 years old and it was version 1.6.0 of ScummVM. This version is nowhere to be found, so my last hope is that you can help me as an experienced Amiga developer and of course it would be for all A1222 owners in general.

ScummVM on Tabor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPdr7MaGvLo&t=121s

Thanks for your help

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Re: ScummVM bug-free Clib4/SPE version
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@afxgroup

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afxgroup wrote:It is hard.. because you need to recompile a lot of libraries for SPE. not only clib4.. Starting with first stacktrace, fix the bug, go to the next and so on..
And however keep in mind that clib4 can be compiled for SPE but except for small tests no one has tried it deeply


I have no idea about these things and I'm just someone who uses AmigaOs4.1, but as already mentioned all ports seem to run much faster with clib4.

There is also a clib4.library compiled for SPE and I have already tested this library and it already works.

As already mentioned I would like to do the tests for it.

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ScummVM bug-free Clib4/SPE version
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In the last 2 weeks I've been able to explore my new hardware a bit more and I'm happy so far, I'm not a big gamer of 3D games and that's not why I bought this machine.

What I do miss, however, is being able to use ScummVM

What I have already found out is that porting with clip4 is much faster and this applies to all NG machines currently running AmigaOs4.1. @smarkusg has provided me with first ports of emulators (mGBA/VGB) and also x5000 owners could confirm that it works much better and faster.

Unfortunately I am not able to compile ScummVM clib4 or even a SPE version for AmigaOs4.1. Therefore I would like to turn to the Amiga Cummunity and ask if there is someone who could provide this for the A1222? I can of course do the testing.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Re: Amigans.net Game Competitions - Game Suggestions
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@walkero

Really great game, if you give me a SPE version I'll play

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Re: Free 1st Person Shooter for AmigaOne X5K with OS 4.1
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@jabiruloQuote:
jabirulo wrote:You can try old/genuine DOOM

http://www.os4depot.net/share/game/fps/chocolate-doom.lha
Here is the executable.

then you need the data (WAD) file, from here the shareware version:
https://archive.org/details/DoomsharewareEpisode

and you will get a bunch of other .ZIPs, just unarchive "DoomV1.9sw1995idSoftwareInc.action.zip" and copy DOOM1.WAD inside you chocolate-doom drawer.


I think when it comes to Doom, Woof is currently the best choice, it offers many additional features including multiplayer support. You can find it on Os4Depot.

The installation is the same as you already described.

It also runs great on my NG machine. See for yourself




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Re: Hello!
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@dfstudios

Thanks I have added PowerReboot to WBStartup including "DONOTWAIT" and it now works perfectly via AmiDock

What I also noticed is that "poweroff" is done much faster than the integrated shutdown via AmigaOs4.1 menu.....I like it.

Thank you very much, now only the translation in my language is missing, which was done well by the AI, you can take it over like this.

Something else about Qemu/AmigaOneXE I should probably test the tool here too, unfortunately this machine cannot be shut down in the same way as the Pegasos2 machine via the menu. But it's not a priority for me at the moment until 3D acceleration and 32 bit resolutions are available.


Edited by Maijestro on 2024/6/15 21:43:50
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Re: Sound issue with A1222?
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@K-L

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K-L wrote:Hint :

Always configure AHI like this:

* Set Unit 0, 1 and 3 to A1222 HIFi 32 bit Stereo
* Set Music Unit to Unit 0:HiFi 16 bit Stereo++

This is to allow mixing when multiple programs try to access AHI.


Thanks for the tip.

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Re: Hello!
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@dfstudios

The German translation is perfect and reads as it should. cool....PowerReboot is already in use, I run it via AmiDock, but I always have to click on it twice for the menu to be displayed.

Thank you for wanting to translate your tool into other languages 😉


Edited by Maijestro on 2024/6/17 9:58:02
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Re: A1222 Freezes when writing to the RAM DISK
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@smarkusg

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smarkusg wrote:@joerg
Quote:
>At least 4 GB with software using ExtMem like ram-handler, maybe more on the 64 bit systems.

Sorry to butt in, but from what I understand:
A1222 runs on a 2GB memory limitation
The extra memory would be used just for the ram (I am leaving aside the technical subject of using ExtMem)

Does anything use memory above 2GB in AOS4 ?


AmigaOs4.1 has a limitation of 2GB Ram which not only affects the a1222, but all systems. That's how I understood it.

If a tool, game, program needs more than 2GB memory it has to access the ExMem function, but I don't know of anything that uses the ExMem function.

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Re: Sound issue with A1222?
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Ok thanks I am now also using the original AHI prefs from AmigaOs4.1. There are no problems with that

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Re: Sound issue with A1222?
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@dfstudios

I have also observed this behavior on my A1222. When you open the sound prefs for the first time, everything is fine. But when you move/drag the gain control with the mouse, strange values are displayed.

Everything is ok here:

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Here is the broken display when moving the amplifier:

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The system is freshly set up from the supplied USB stick

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Re: A1222 Freezes when writing to the RAM DISK
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@dfstudiosQuote:
dfstudios wrote:@MaijestroQuote:
Maijestro wrote:Where do I have to enter it in the shell, or how did you do it?

Just open a Shell and enter:

SYS:Kickstart/ram-handler.kmod ExtMem=NO


That should do it.


Ok thanks that works to copy 600MB files to the RAM disk and the system remains stable.

I have also found a few other problems, but I am not sure if I should mention it here or use another forum?

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Re: A1222 Freezes when writing to the RAM DISK
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@dfstudiosQuote:
dfstudios wrote:@cortoQuote:
corto wrote:Guys, you can also try to disable ExtMem with:
SYS/Kickstart/ram-handler.kmod ExtMem=NO

Sweet! This worked for me on my A1222.

Kind regards,

Francis

UPDATE: This also fixes the issue of the system freezing when the RAM: disk becomes full. I now get the expected error requester stating that the RAM: disk is full.


Where do I have to enter it in the shell, or how did you do it?

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Re: A1222Plus has a new home
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@all

6 days ago the time had finally come and I was able to receive the A1222....man I was so excited...so I quickly tore open the package and took a first look...

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...it really is great. Now I've unpacked everything more or less hastily so I can take a closer look at everything.....

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It all looked really good at first, but hey the best is still missing...quickly unpack it and there it is at last, the A1222...of course I wanted to take a photo straight away, but in my excitement I had photographed the tower the wrong way round So don't be surprised the A1222 is upside down.

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I really like the tower. Since I had bought some hardware in advance, I also quickly put it together so that I could get an overview of what I need to get the A1222 up and running.....

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After I had wired everything up I was finally able to put the A1222 into operation, it is now right next to my MacStudio and so far both are getting along very well.

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Conclusion:

After some initial difficulties, I am happy that the computer has found a new home. Briefly on the hardware, yes, it is true that some things work very well and other things work only moderately well, or not at all. I was amazed by the SPE optimized software, which is really very fast. Reading and writing the SSD is really excellent, as is using the USB stick.

There are still a few problems to be solved, but more on that later in this thread or in a separate thread that I want to use for that.

There is also a first video that shows the A1222 in action, unfortunately the video has no sound because my HDMI recorder cannot record with sound. I will have to come up with another solution for that. But take a look at my first video that I created directly with this NG Hardware.




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Re: A1222 Freezes when writing to the RAM DISK
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@corto

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corto wrote:@Maijestro This is a known but that does not happen only on A1222. I understand your frustration ... I am trying to identify the problem in order to fix it or circumvent it (at least, if possible).


Thank you for confirming that it is not a hardware defect, because that was my biggest concern. If the problem is already known, I would like to see it fixed in the near future. I work a lot with the ram disk for quick file storage e.g. unpacking.

For the time being, I will probably not copy large files to the ram disk via drag&drop until the problem is solved.

Thanks again for your reply.

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@Raziel

Is there a ScummVM version somewhere that works on an A1222plus with AmigaOs4.1? All versions (os4depot) that I have tested do not work it only comes to the DSI/Crash

However, I have seen videos where ScummVM works on Tabor. Here is the video.

https://youtu.be/XPdr7MaGvLo?list=PLAb ... AG8v1Nkh0FM8V63KbgIk0339Z

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Re: A1222 Freezes when writing to the RAM DISK
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@dfstudios


Quote:
dfstudios wrote:@Maijestro
EDIT: I stand corrected. If I attempt to copy the AmigaOS 4.1 ISO image (~600MB) to RAM: using the Workbench drag'n'drop it freezes the system. I've tried this three times and it varies each time how far it progresses (19%, 31%, 24%). I also tried doing the copy using the Shell and it worked flawlessly.


That's exactly how I did it. I copied the AmigaOs4.1.Iso (600MB) via drag&drop into the ram disk and after 24% of the loading process the system froze.

@joerg

thanks for the tip, I'll give it a try. Under Qemu/Peg2 I never had problems with copying to the ram disk until the memory was completely used up.

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Re: A1222 Freezes when writing to the RAM DISK
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@LiveForIt

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LiveForIt wrote:@Maijestro

Ram Disk should be using a new feature called Memory Objects, this are in high memory, Physical memory above 2Gbytes, this will happen on hybrid 32bit/64bit CPU’s.
As I understand if you have two dims they need to be of the same type.


I only use one SODIMM 4GB bar.

@all

I have tested it a little further, even a 100 MB file can be copied into the RAM DISK, maybe it is really just a limitation of AmigaOs4.1.

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