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Re: RadeonHD V.5 driver
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Mine is still PENDING a month later. I've emailed @amigakit to ask what the status is.

UPDATE: They replied saying "Sorry for the delay. A-EON has made a few tweaks and changes to the driver.". I have been sent a download link to the product which I will try later this week.


Edited by mdr on 2022/9/12 16:00:22
My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: RadeonHD V.5 driver
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So, is the RadeonHD V5 driver actually released then? I purchased it through the Amigakit store over 2 weeks ago and it still shows my order as PENDING. From what I gather, that's normal for Amigakit, but I'm wondering if the product is actually ready, or if it's being held up somehow.

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: EntwicklerX are working on Super Star Blast for OS4
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Oh wow, this looks just like a modern version of "Transplant", one of my favourite PD games on my 68k Amigas. Spent many hours playing it back in the day, it'll be awesome to have a modern version to try out on my X5000.

I'll definitely be playing this, I hope there's an option to pay for the development or send a tip :)

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: A new editor for AmigaOS 4 is in the works
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Nothing to add to the technical discussions here, I just wanted to say Thank You for your hard work - this is one of the best things to happen to OS4 in a long time. I've already switched over to LiteXL2 for all my Amiga development and it's a game-changer. Amazing stuff!

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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AW.net down?
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Seems like it's been down a day or so now. Anyone know what's up? I don't see any mention of it on the other forums but I'm pretty sure it's not just me as https://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/amigaworld.net also shows it as being borked.

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: A new editor for AmigaOS 4 is in the works
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I might be branded a heretic for saying this, but I actually prefer Ctrl. It helps with the muscle memory when switching between systems, and also feels far more natural with less contortion required. Always wished Commodore had made it Left-Amiga instead!

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: A new editor for AmigaOS 4 is in the works
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@walkero

This is AMAZING work. I can't thank you enough - this is easily the best editor I have used under OS4 for coding, it feels almost like a "lite" VScode. Thanks so much for your efforts!

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: Don't automount MorphOS volumes?
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Thanks all. I added several dismount statements to my user-startup, and this did the trick!

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Don't automount MorphOS volumes?
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Hi all,

I'm dual-booting MorphOS and OS4 on my X5000. I have all my MorphOS partitions on a separate SSD attached to the on-board SATA, and I'd like to avoid them auto-mounting when I boot into OS4.

Is there a way of doing this? If I toggle the automount flag on the partition, it affects the MorphOS side, so was looking for another way of excluding them. I guess I can always just hide them from Workbench, but I'm still worried I might accidentally end up writing to them or otherwise corrupting them.

Thanks!

-Mark

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: updating sgit
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@billyfish I would also be happy to beta test, I'm using sgit daily for my Amiga projects. Thanks for all the work you've done so far!


My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: OS4Depot hosting payment 2019-2020
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@orgin Donation made. Thank you for all you do!

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: updating sgit
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Ah, I got it all working now - seems like the assertation error was only thrown on an empty repo with no commits. I've now got it all hooked up and working with GitHub nicely and have blogged about it (including a link to this thread!) http://www.markround.com/blog/2019/08 ... -development-environment/

I aim to try and get a cross-compiling environment going so I can help contribute to your efforts, but in the meantime please do let me know if/when you have a binary available for testing. Many thanks again for all your work on this, it's very much appreciated.

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: updating sgit
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@billyfish

The error I get is an assertation failed. Here it is, showing context:

[Work:]> t:

[RAM Disk:T]> makedir test

[RAM Disk:T]> cd test

[RAM Disk:T/test]> sgit init
Initialized empty Git repository in /RAM Disk/T/test/.git/

[RAM Disk:T/test]> touch foo

[RAM Disk:T/test]> sgit add foo

[RAM Disk:T/test]> sgit status
# On an unnamed branch
assertion "ref" failed: file "/var/lib/jenkins/workspace/sgit.amiga/libgit2/src/refs.c", line 367

[RAM Disk:T/test]> sgit version
sgit version 0.639
using libgit2 0.26.3 and OpenSSL 1.0.1u 22 Sep 2016

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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Re: updating sgit
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Hi, could you please send me a link to a binary (or post one here) ?

I'd love to try your improvements as it would make a big difference to my usual workflow too! Sadly, my current install of the "old" sgit has started bombing out with errors whenever I try to use it, so I'd also be keen to see if your build resolves these issues.

Many thanks for your efforts on this!

Cheers,

-Mark

My Amiga blog: markround.com/amiga
My hardware: X5000 running OS4.1; A1200 Vampire V1200v2, KS 3.1.4
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