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Re: What are you looking forward to the most?
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@All

For me it would be a possible resurrection of the MED SoundStudio music tracker for AmigaOS, using the potensiality of the excellent A1-X1000 hardware
components!

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: What Games Could We Expect On X1000?
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@retro

That's very interesting! Most interesting, indeed!
Truly looking forward to see a bunch of more advanced
games, hopefully HD-enable games, to X1000!

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: What Games Could We Expect On X1000?
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@retro

Could be possible, yeah. I almost forgot about them, but when mentioned, i still remember them. Yes, they had quite a bunch of excellent ports. Speaking of Clickboom, i will see if they still are available on the net..

Thanks for mentioning it anyway. Much appreciated!

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: What Games Could We Expect On X1000?
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@MamePPCA1

We all feel as you do there, so amen to that.

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: What Games Could We Expect On X1000?
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@Trevor and all

I almost forgot one game.

What about The Longest Journey and Dreamfall? Could they be ported or made in a version that would use the X1000/SAM460-hardware? I would love to see these
games on the new Amiga-platform..

These games are somewhat old, but leave the possibility to
appear on the new Amiga-platform. The question is how this
is going to happen..


Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: Photos of X1000
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@All

I noticed them, too. Extremely tough


Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: I'm Just An Allround User..
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@NotYo

You are welcome

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: I'm Just An Allround User..
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@DaveP

Yes, it's me. I was banned, but it also gave me the decision to leave the site, as there was no choice..

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: I'm Just An Allround User..
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@All

Hope most of you will take time to read this, as this means a lot to me and i want people to have a better understanding of me..

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: Filer - What program is that?
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@ChrisH and all

I'm sure i will find it quite useful.


Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: How to port games to AmigaOS 4.1?
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@billt

Thank you for the tip, billt. That might come in handy, i'm sure..

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: How to port games to AmigaOS 4.1?
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@seiyas

Well, as a start, i should probably try some SDL games that have not yet been ported..

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: How to port games to AmigaOS 4.1?
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@corto

Starting small and secure. Good advice, will do that.

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: PowerPC will return as desktop CPU alternative!
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@KimmoK

It does in fact seem that PPC is returning back to the desktop market as well as moving forward in the embedded market. IBM is doing an excellent job
in creating newer and more modern PPC technology
with their POWER architectures!

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: How to port games to AmigaOS 4.1?
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@Troels

Thank you very much. It would have to be something useful and cool.

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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I'm Just An Allround User..
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I'm not going to make this topic into a self-biograph where one starts from the very beginning of one's life and ends it to the very day the person writes it..

Learning the advices from several others, i will try to keep this short and clear as possible..At least after this first, long post..

Some have, because i was a former member of AmigaWorld.net and that was not a good experience,
have questioned my motives and about me as a person
and Amiga user. Okay, i haven't been an easy person to
deal with and now i realize i wrote too much into ONE post,
instead of trying to split it to several posts keeping them short and easy-understanding, and when people did not understand me or simply just criticing me, i became furious
and made these situations worse, which resulted in me banned from AmigaWorld. I also left because much had changed in that forum and many lost the belief in both the
site and the Amiga. This was before these excellent news from A-EON, ACube and Hyperion Entertainment. The news about bringing the PPC platform back also to the desktop market with new, modern technology never seen in PPC..

Okay, enough technical information. This is not what the topic is. Simply put, i am just a general allround user of computing, mostly Amiga. I started off with an Amiga 500 in the end of the 80-ies, borrowing one from one of my brothers. I played a lot and experienced a lot with
OctaMED tracker. I started to make a lot of MODs..

In 1994 i bought my first Amiga 1200, and it had Workbench 3.0, another A1200 in 1997 from
Amiga Technologies GmBH with 3.1 and further
expanded it into a PPC-Amiga system with OS3.9.
It became an A1200T PPC-system. I continued to
use several general programs like word processing,
internet, gaming, music and MOD-composition in OctaMED. OctaMED SoundStudio was the greatest
tracker i have been using..

The 2 last Amiga systems i had were both an AmigaOne G3-XE and G4-XE systems. The mistake i did was to get them overclocked, and i trusted some wrong people i thought had experience in hardware engineering, being
able to fix motherboards and such, something i can't.
This resulted in a person i incorrectly entrusted, screwing a fan right through the motherboard! BIG MISTAKE, and he got away before i could hold him responsible for the mistake. NEVER AGAIN! This means THAT PERSON was the one who screwed my motherboard. I entrusted the wrong person..

Since my retirement from AmigaWorld during the beginning of December 2009, i learnt a lot about
myself and different things from the life itself. I had
a lot of time to thing and reflect on things, and here
i am now, around a half year later on..

Again, i am just a simple allround user like so many of us. I'm good with photographing, some music and graphic creation and i'm eager to learn more. I love the Amiga and i love the AmigaOS system. I know a lot about it and have watched the development of the AmigaOS since the very beginning, and i am very impressed about how modern and advanced it has
become today. The fact that such an excellent, modern and powerful hardware like A1-X1000 is booting the latest AmigaOS 4.1, is really, really impressive, considering the fact that its' CPU is fully 64-bit RISC,
and able to run in 32-bit, and it's dual-core!

Some might be annoyed about the way i speak, like i should know everything. I don't know everything and nobody knows everything. We all know many things and have different experiences both from computing and general life, and we have to learn to respect each others and stop attacking each others just because we are different from each other. We all live in the same society, and the same planet. We are true humans and should behave like one, not like hungry animals looking for food.

It's important to understand that Amiga sites like this one is not just for developers and programmers. They are for general allround computer users, too. Many of us can test different applications and make important reviews of them, as well as the kind of hardware we
choose to run, even the OS we might choose to use..

Just because one might be a technican working with motherboard layouts, chip-production, engineering, or a developer/programmer, doesn't mean the person always is right and that the person is better than everybody else. Such a person could find it very surprising that just a simple allround user might have answers or know things that technican/developer/programmer doesn't know or realize. That's important to keep in mind..

That's why there are several ways to show support for the Amiga. We use the Amiga because we love it. Most of us believe in the platform and want to help moving it forward as best as we can. For many of us it's both a belief, culture and a kind of religion. It's all about belief.
If one doesn't believe in the Amiga, then Amiga sites are not for that person. It's as simple as that, really..

That's all i got to say. This one was very long, but further comments will be written in each posts as adviced...

Written by:

Helgis, Norway

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: How to port games to AmigaOS 4.1?
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@Antique and all

I can always give the different tools a try when i first get the new system, but i'm not sure how well or bad i might manage to do the porting. It's not something i am experienced with...

But photographing, some graphic and music work are things i have good experiences with, and will learn more
about these things, too, of course..

Again, thank you for the advices and will try my best, because it's exciting.


Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: AmigaKit named primary distributor of X1000
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@All

Did read it several times, and i am very happy that AmigaKit will be selling AmigaOne X1000! I have good experience with AmigaKit from back to 2005 when i ordered some games from them. They got my money and i got my
products without problems. Very good!



I too am looking forward to do wonderful business with AmigaKit again! I will thank both AmigaKit, A-EON and Hyperion Entertainment for a fantastic partnership together, and for all the hard work they have managed to get into all this!

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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Re: How to port games to AmigaOS 4.1?
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@All

Thank you everybody for the great advices. Will have to look through these examples and try for myself. I guess it will not be easy, unless if experienced with different programming languages...

I feel a bit embarrashed to only be an allround-user,
but at least i am good with photographing and some
music creation..

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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How to port games to AmigaOS 4.1?
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I'm interested in learning to port games and some applications to AmigaOS 4.1. What do i need to know,
and what tools and programs do i have to use?

Since i am just an allround user, i just feel it would be
better for me to try develop something real for AmigaOS 4.1, when i get the new X1000 this summer...

Any suggestions? Would be happy to get any help i can get..

Soon to own a powerful AmigaOne X1000 with latest AmigaOS 4.1 incarnation ;) Dual Core PPC!

- Helgis
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