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

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skynet wrote:@Maijestro

To see if you are using swap open Media Toolbox and see if you have a partition named swap.


I have checked this, I do not use a SWAP partition. Thanks for the tip though.

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

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jabirulo wrote:@Maijestro

even when copying 10MB or 100MB file?

On my sam460 I know that when I reach ~800/900 MB being used it can "freeze" the USB stack, and I can't type/move anything.


Do youi get a complete freeze or just USB mouse/keyboard doesn't respond?


I just checked it small files 10 MB or 40 MB work. Anything over 40 MB causes the system to freeze. I can see it on the CPU display which then freezes.

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

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skynet wrote:@Maijestro

I encountered this problem on my classic Amiga 1200 PPC AOS 4.1 and the swap partition, there is a bug in the 4.1.1 update. I looked for the origin of the problem and finally I put back the Kickstart folder of the CD.

So if you use Swap it must come from a buggy file in the Kickstart folder.


I don't use a SWAP partition, as far as I know you don't need one on an x1000/x5000/A1222. But I could be wrong.

Is there something I can use to check the memory directly under AmigaOs4.1, or something that takes up a lot of memory?

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A1222 Freezes when writing to the RAM DISK
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I am a bit frustrated, I have spent 4 days working on my A1222 which was assembled for me by Amedia Computer. Unfortunately there seems to be a memory problem.

The A1222 has Kingston 1600Mhz 4GB SODIMM installed and AmigaOs4.1 was preinstalled. As soon as I copy something to the ram disk (600MB file) the whole system freezes.

I have already completely reinstalled AmigaOs4.1, but even after the reinstallation the system still freezes when I copy data to the ram disk.

I have also tried different SODIMM memory 2GB/4GB and 8GB, with 8GB SODIMM memory the system does not boot, with the other memory types I have the same problems.

At the moment I don't know what to do.

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Re: NovaBridge released!
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@eliyahu

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eliyahu wrote:@Maijestro

As mentioned in the 'general notes' of the tools/games compatibility lists in my QuickStart Guide, yes, ReWarp does now work with the A1222. You'll need to pick up build #80 or newer. That said I haven't actually run any WarpOS software with it successfully since the few games or tools I have requiring WOS don't work for other reasons. Your experience may be different.


Thanks for your quick start guide, I have already read it in detail and it offers a lot of helpful tips.

Again, I couldn't find ReWarp BUILD #80 or newer, could you please help me with that? You can also contact me directly.

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Re: FTP Between OS3 and OS4
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@Hans

Thanks for the brief explanation of ZitaSync and ZitaFS, I have registered as an interested party and hope that something really useful for us will come out of this project, with which we can quickly and easily transfer data from different systems under AmigaOs4.1 in the future.

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Re: Amiphoto
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@Lozspd4

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Lozspd4 wrote:So i finally found the problem with Amiphoto not loading when installing Enhancer pack 2. you have to reply NO when Enhancer install asks if you want to back up to storage then Amiphoto works ok with Enhancer pack. If you reply yes you get a GUI ERROR after installing enhancer 2. Took multiple installs of a fresh system to find where the Gremlin was.


Thanks for the advice, but that doesn't help anyone who hasn't received a license key for AmiPhoto. Without this key, AmiPhoto cannot be used.

Apart from the fact that we did not get a license key for which we paid, what is currently the best picture program under AmigaOs4.1?

I am currently using LoView (2024) to quickly view picture albums and it is pretty good.

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Re: NovaBridge released!
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@jabirulo

Thanks for the tip.

Just to be sure that I have done everything right.

I downloaded vbcc for AmigaOs4.1 (Compiler target AmigaOS 4.x PowerPC) from here.

http://sun.hasenbraten.de/vbcc/

And installed it into the AmigaOs4.1 SDK. The ReWarp/ReWarp3d source code from here:

https://github.com/Sakura-IT/ReWarp

I compiled it with a simple “make” and 2 libraries were created. Powerpc.library and Warp3DPPC.library.

There were some patches for SPE Tabor A1222 in the source and I am not sure if this patch is already included in the master source.

https://github.com/Sakura-IT/ReWarp/issues/12

Could someone please check this?

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Re: NovaBridge released!
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@kas1e

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Yeah, rewarp is warpos support (powerpc.library) and rewarp3d is for warp3dppc.library support: some games and demos uses them back in past. For example old madwizzar's demos, old wipeout version, etc.

In other words if you have no needs in old classic warpos based stuff, they of no needs for you. Just install warp3dnova for basic 3d support, then novabridge for old minigl/warp3d support, and ogles2.library for games uses ogles2 and gl4es


ahhh ok I understand, thanks for the information.The links you posted are no longer available!

Is there another way to download the latest version of ReWarp and ReWarp3D?

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Re: NovaBridge released!
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@kas1e

I bought NovaBridge today from AmiStore, I haven't been able to test it myself yet, but I want to be prepared.

Is NovaBridge alone enough, or do I also need to install ReWarp and ReWarp3D as described in your post https://www.amigans.net/modules/newbb/ ... id=134885#forumpost134885

What does ReWarp and ReWarp3D do, is it responsible for WarpOS?

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Re: A1222Plus has a new home
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@white

Emotion is the worst choice for WinUae/Qemu emulation without 3D acceleration, I tested it months ago.

Emotion/DvPlayer/Mplayer

The best media player among the 3 players was by far DVPlayer when it came to pure software rendering and video playback. HD and FullHD videos are absolutely no problem with DVPlayer under Qemu/Peg2 (MacStudio) AmigaOs4.1.

@joerg

I'm not sure if you missed it, but resolutions beyond FullHD are already possible under Qemu, even if only in 16 bit.

I'm sorry it's already going into the of topic area again.


Edited by Maijestro on 2024/6/2 9:59:32
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Re: FTP Between OS3 and OS4
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@Hans[

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I had (and still have) plans to create both a file syncing tool (ZitaSync), and a tool to browse and mount FTP servers as a network drive (ZitaFS). ZitaFS would preserve dates, AmigaOS-specific meta-data, etc. (when used with ZitaFTP Server).**



Hello Hans,

i like ZitaSync very much and you have a quick solution to transfer photos under AmigaOs4.1 directly from your cell phone. I also watched your video - it's great I would be interested in such a solution!

I didn't understand exactly how it works, does the client that receives the data/photos run under AmigaOs4.1 ? How is a connection established?

I also like ZitaFS and I will soon be faced with the problem of having to transfer data from my A1222plus to MacStudio and vice versa. I already have ZitaFTP, but it is too complicated for me to make FTP connections available on both sides, it should run automatically and be available when I need it quickly as I can currently do with SMB2Fs.

ZitaFS works similar to SMB2Fs?

Maybe you can write a little more about how it works and how it is set up and what requirements need to be met. In the end I always opt for the simplest variant that is available under AmigaOs4.1.

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Re: A1222Plus has a new home
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@livebyfaith74

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livebyfaith74 wrote:@Maijestro
Maybe soon though.

Is your channel already up? If so what is the name, so I can check it out.


The YouTube channel I'm currently running has been around since I got involved with Qemu and AmigaOs4.1, so for about 2 years. In the beginning I just wanted to play around with the emulation

The interest in AmigaOs4.1 grew over time and so I set up a nice system and also bought additional software for it. Qemu/Pegasos2 is really a very good and mature emulation and I will continue to use it.

It's not that I never had NG hardware, a very long time ago I had an AmigaOneXE in my possession, but had to sell this machine again because money was tight. Today the situation is completely different.

The x5000 is really a power monster with AmigaOs4.1, but unfortunately a bit too big for me, I like small setups and when I found out about the A1222plus and how small this computer is, my lights went out and I just had to buy it

What I actually wanted to write is that Qemu was the reason why I bought NG hardware with AmigaOs4.1 again.

Let's have a quick look at my YouTube channel, it shows how Qemu has evolved in just under 2 years and will also show the A1222plus with AmigaOs4.1 in the future. I currently have information that my new hardware will be delivered next week.

Sorry for the long text, you can access my channel from here if you don't know it yet.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUTJOGYJxS1Ggx4foQTklXw

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Re: Amiphoto
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@skynet

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skynet wrote:Hi Lozspd4,

I don't really have a solution to your problem, because I bought it on Amisphère and they forgot to provide the activation key!

And that Alinea Computer had provided the keys!

So I find myself with unusable software, unless I buy it from Alinea Computer.


I feel the same way, but I bought AmiPfoto via AmiStore, there was no license key until today, even though I paid for this product.

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Re: Quake II Benchmark...
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@Cageman

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Cageman wrote:Did a benchmark video of Quake II... the AmigaOS 4.x port that Steffen Haeuser wrote that you can buy from Alinea Computer as a digital download. Hope you find it interesting. :)


Thank you for publishing this benchmark.

It was interesting for me to see the difference between MiniGL and MiniGL4GL4ES.

Under Qemu/Peg2 on my MacStudio I get 34FPS at a resolution of 800x600 16bit software rendering. On my A1222plus, which I hope will arrive soon, Quake2 can't be used, so I can't show a comparison later.

But it's ok, there will be other benchmarks

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Re: Checkmate A1500 Mini A1222 build
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@dfstudiosQuote:
dfstudios wrote:@MaijestroQuote:
Maijestro wrote:Did you get the A1222plus stickers when you bought the motherboard or can you buy them somewhere?

The label I made myself. I redid the A1222 logo as I needed a clean monochrome version then printed it using a Brother P-touch label printer.

The printer only prints a single colour which varies depending on the type of ribbon used (in this case white on black). For the red text of the "One" I just used a red Sharpie pen to colour it in.


So you cheated But I like it...

@all

A1222plus stickers have to be made somehow or is there a possibility to buy ready-made stickers?

I only ask because I would like to have something to stick on the A1222 ITX tower that I ordered as a complete computer.

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Re: Checkmate A1500 Mini A1222 build
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@dfstudios

Thanks for the insight into your setup, personally it's too retro for me, but everyone has different tastes

It still looks great though.

Did you get the A1222plus stickers when you bought the motherboard or can you buy them somewhere?

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Re: A1222Plus has a new home
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@dfstudios

Thanks for the test and the confirmation that it is possible to get sound via HDMI connection.

Let me know if your new setup works, I'll keep my fingers crossed.

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Re: What the fastest possible x64 emulation way of OS4 today ?
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@MartinW

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MartinW wrote:After showing my X5000 at an Amiga gathering at the weekend, I've got the itch to revisit the GPU passthrough topic again. I don't know why, it's totally unrelated. I think after lugging my huge and very heavy X5K tower several hundred miles, the prospect of a small ITX build running QEMU is very appealing


I understand what you mean, that's why I opted for the A1222plus, a very small ITX tower that is easy to transport.

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I'll read back through where we are with things, but an initial question - can I just install latest mainline QEMU and profit now? or are there still patches that I need to manually add and build QEMU myself? Not that doing so was a problem. From memory it was all really smooth to do.


Actually you only need Qemu 9 and the latest BBoot version from Balaton Zoltan and of course the appropriate hardware.

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Re: Reply timeout bug?
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@walkero

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walkero wrote:Thank you for sharing that info. Do you remember the time this happened, so I can check my logs?


I have been observing this behavior for some time now and the forum/amigans sometimes takes a long time to load.


In the time from 16:00 to 16:30 it was particularly bad (German Time)

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