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Re: 44-Pin to 40-Pin Adapter
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This is the usual way to do it. Done it many times myself over the years.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/29304325857 ... D%3D%7Ctkp%3ABFBM1LCribhg

Simon

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Re: AmiUpdate connection error
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@Chris

I'll try and get some time over the weekend to look into that.

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Re: AmiUpdate connection error
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@khayoz

Unfortunately, not yet. Work is still ongoing on finalising V1.0

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Re: AmiUpdate connection error
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Hopefully this should be fixed now.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Simon


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Re: Amigans.net 2022 updates
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On the bright side though, I'm liking the slight increase in font size.

I'm not getting any younger, you know... :)

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Re: AmiUpdate 2.49 crash bug
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No idea what's going on here. I spent ages testing it all out in different situations and it worked perfectly here (despite what others may think!).

Anyway, I have removed the separate updates from the database now, so all the components in the main archive should gel together (they do here, at least).

Sorry for the confusion.

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Re: X1000 occassional hanging
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I would suggest to check/change the 2032 battery. Sounds like it might be on the way out...

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Re: NG Amiga user questionnaire
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I had no problem with using Chrome. Perhaps you retards need to realise that Amiga browsers are just to old....

:P

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Re: A-EON OS?
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Hmmm, spot the Monty Python fan..............

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Re: AmigaOS4 devs made new little update : part3
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Unless the code is somehow broken, AmiUpdate should create the file (if it doesn't exist, or amend/append, to it if it does, ONLY on a successful connection.

Once the login details are confirmed and a login is confirmed, THEN the sitelist file will be altered or created to store those details.

As I said, unless some changes have broken that operation somehow, it should work as it always did.

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Re: AmigaOS4 devs made new little update : part3
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Sorry, my fault. Should be working now

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Re: Amiga Developer Blog
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@Tohe

Just bear in mind this has nothing to do with "official" updates, from Hyperion. These are third party updates that like to mimic OS files (by cloning or superseding version numbers) and confusing the fuck out of users.

AEon has taken it upon itself to try and rewrite the OS one little piece at a time, without much success I might add.

You buy "Enhancer" at your own risk. I might even question the name, IMO...

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Re: Is there a fine line of working for free in Amiga world?
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@walkero

As ktadd said, (to paraphrase), your work as beta tester was done on a voluntary basis, you knew that when you started. You may go on to higher things, and if you think your work is worth paying for, take it up with whomever may pay the bils.

Whining about it on a forum is not going to better your situation.

It is what it is, and it's doubtful much more will come of it. If only we could all work for Microsoft....

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Re: Emotion video player 1.9 via AmiUpdate
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I have fixed the database entry now, so this should no longer be offered if you have updated already

Simon

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Re: Is there shell command to open a workbench window with specified path ?
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On my system, the user-startup script is called BEFORE LoadWB is executed.

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Re: OS4 UPDAAAATEE !!! BANANA !!
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@salass00

Thanks for that, I thought I was going mad:)

It's now fixed in the database, so the recurring update should not happen any more.

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Re: OS4 UPDAAAATEE !!! BANANA !!
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@salass00

Thanks for the grab. I don't know what's going on here, but I can't find the entry for that update in the database. Which server is this update coming from? Public updates?

Perhaps you could grab the main list where this update is shown...

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Re: OS4 UPDAAAATEE !!! BANANA !!
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@redfox

Can you grab the info window showing the remote and local files and send it to me please. I'dlike to double check something.

Many thanks

Simon

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Re: OS4 UPDAAAATEE !!! BANANA !!
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@salass00

If you couldlet me know what the date should be set to, I can fix it in the database and cure everyones woes:)

Simon

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Re: AmiUpdate : can handle https on 443 or not ?
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I have added HTTPS support to AmiUpdate, but I can't remember whether it was released yet or not. I'm hoping to get my Amigas set up soon so I can check/test/release.

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