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Re: Hello from Poland
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@Szmn

Hej, Witamy na najlepszym amigowym forum na świecie!!!

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Re: Is a porting of qemu to OS4 possible?
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@drHirudo

Yes DOSBox works great, but it stops at the end era of MS-DOS so to 1997 - 1998. To go forward with PC emulation and have support for some newer software at a satisfactory speed we must have a JIT-enabled emulator that can run at least Windows 95 without problems.

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Re: Is a porting of qemu to OS4 possible?
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@LiveForIt

Then there's PCem, which would be an interesting alternative to DOSBOx, because it also supports newer stuff developed for Windows. I have no idea how easy it would be to port it to AmigaOS 4.
https://pcem-emulator.co.uk/index.html

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

Now it works. Thanks for your help!

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Re: ScummVM and AmigaOS4.1 F.E.
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@Raziel
I have a problem with the game Gobliiins 5. I downloaded the demo from the official site on itch.io. I unzipped the zip archive, copied it to ScummVM, then added the game, which ScummVM recognized without any problem.

I would also add that in the saves directory I have a timestamps file, which was created back when I was using an older version of SCummVM, and it collects savegame information for various games.

When trying to start Gobliiins 5, a message pops up assign timestamps volume:, whether I assign anything or select cancel. Another message appears asking me to assign gobliiins5-1.999

Then I get the message
ErrorInvalid attempt co create file /saves/goooblins5-1.999!


The game, of course, does not start. I will add that other previously installed games work ok.

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Re: Do we have fast, accelerated, bug-free, supporting scaling SNES emulator ?
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I know you've already shown many great videos here, but I'll add my own. It is different from yours because it shows the differences between the games in the original version and the games in the MSU1 version.

For the first 6 minutes I tell you what MSU1 is, so you can scroll through it, although there are English subtitles (AI-generated, so not perfect). I'm still presenting games.





Edited by mufa on 2024/1/22 10:57:56
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Re: First user's report of new Intel HD Audio (Azalia) driver by geennaam
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@trixie

Quote:
The Polish NG scene is very active (they even have their own print magazine dedicated to NG Amiga systems!) but they seem to keep to themselves a lot, rather than open up to the world. As a result we can miss much of what is happening there.


Unfortunately, I do not have the time or sufficient skills to create different language versions for my articles or videos. Fortunately, the AI is getting better and better. And experimentally, using AI software, we transcribed our film into English and German. This is an interview with Szymon Ulatowski, known perhaps not only in Poland as the author of Amiga games from the 1990s. He created games such as UBek and Boulder Dash 3D.

Let us know if the quality of the subtitle translation is good and what we are talking about is understandable. We have more interviews with Poles who have created even more recognizable titles outside Poland. Well, we don't know if it makes sense to post these transcripts in the future. So I'm waiting for your opinions.




P.S.
Sorry for the OT.

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Re: Do we have fast, accelerated, bug-free, supporting scaling SNES emulator ?
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Hyperion has had a new beta version for a year. This version is quite stable and has some new features, e.g. it works with some classic Amiga joystick adapters that do not work on public AmigaInput. I even appealed on the beta list to release AmigaInput via Amiupdate along with the release of Heretic II, because it's very nice to play Heretic and be able to use the crosshair and the left and right sticks independently. I remember that the developer working on the corrections in AmigaInput gave permission for this. Well, let's see what Hyperion will do.

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Re: Debuging NallePuh...
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@kas1e

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@All
Does anyone find some old 68k demos/apps which works now with new CIA stuff added ? Interesting to know if anything new working now as well.


I checked out SimCity 2000, and of course firing up the game is not that easy. I installed a patch from Aminet. Then I had to use the old Newmode program to promote the game to 640x480 mode in 8Bit. Then I still had to click 2 times on Ignore errors in GR. Only then does the game fire up, but unfortunately the graphics on my current Radeon RX 560 still display erroneously. I remember that 10 years ago when I still had the old Radeon HD 4770 it displayed fine. However, at that time, when I used CIAGent exclusively, the game did not make any sounds of itself, there was complete silence. Now, thanks to Nallepuh, there is sound.

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Re: Advice for X1000 Video Card
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@msteed
I have also heard that not only the Polaris cards, but also some of the latest models in the R7 family do not soft reset. However, my Radeon Power Color R7 240 fortunately does not have this problem. Specifically, I bought this model:

PowerColor R7 240

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Re: Advice for X1000 Video Card
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The graphics card in my X1000 also died a few weeks ago. I didn't want to buy Polaris because I depended on a soft reset, which is crucial with a computer that takes as long to boot as the X1000. So I bought an R7 240, probably the last model of the SI family that can be bought new on the European market (or at least in Poland you can still buy the last pieces). The old R9 270 card was indeed very large, had two huge fans and took up 2 slots. However, the R7 240 is sleek and tiny, occupies one slot on the case, and has one small fan. I think it's better to buy a new card from a reliable store than a used one at an auction, which has probably already been repaired and will not work for a long time.

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

Thanks for the hint. I was using the public version 53.12 from OS4Depot, but I remembered that it wouldn't work for me even when I was emulating the SAM460. Fortunately, as a beta tester of the system, I also have access to a non-public version 53.11, which has the same featuress, and works with SAM460 emulation and it turns out that it also works with Pegasos 2 Emulation.

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Re: What the fastest possible x64 emulation way of OS4 today ?
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Ok, I've dealt with it. Now my modules are loading, but nothing continues to happen. Qemu just displays a black screen.



c:\Program Files\qemu>qemu-system-ppc -M pegasos2 -kernel BBoot/BBoot -initrd Kickstart.zip -vga none -device sm501 -drive if=none,id=cd,file=Pegasos2InstallCD-53.54.iso,format=raw -device ide-cd,drive=cd,bus=ide.1 -drive if=none,id=hd,file=hd.img,format=raw -device ide-hd,drive=hd,bus=ide.0 -device rtl8139,netdev=net0 -netdev user,id=net0 -rtc base=localtime -display sdl -serial stdio

BBoot 0.4 (24.7.2023)
/pci@80000000: io fe000000/10000 mem 80000000/40000000
/pci@80000000/host: 0:0.0 11ab:6460 60000 | 646011ab 0000 7
Added assigned-addresses
/pci@80000000/display: 0:1.0 126f:0501 38000 | 0501126f 0000 0
Added assigned-addresses, set interrupt 0009
2000810 0 80000000 0 4000000 | 00000000 ! 80000000
2000814 0 84000000 0 200000 | 00000000 ! 84000000
/pci@80000000/ethernet: 0:2.0 10ec:8139 20000 | 813910ec 0100 0
Added assigned-addresses, set interrupt 0109
1001010 0 fe001200 0 100 | 00000001 ! 00001201
2001014 0 84200000 0 100 | 00000000 ! 84200000
2001030 0 84240000 0 40000 | 00000000 ! 84240000
/pci@80000000/isa: 0:c.0 1106:8231 60100 | 82311106 0000 8
Added assigned-addresses
/pci@80000000/ide: 0:c.1 1106:0571 1018f | 05711106 010e 87
Added assigned-addresses
1006110 0 fe001000 0 8 | 00000001 ! 00001001
1006114 0 fe001008 0 4 | 00000001 ! 00001009
1006118 0 fe001010 0 8 | 00000001 ! 00001011
100611c 0 fe001018 0 4 | 00000001 ! 00001019
1006120 0 fe001020 0 10 | 00000001 ! 00001021
/pci@80000000/usb: 0:c.2 1106:3038 c0300 | 30381106 0409 7
Added assigned-addresses
1006220 0 fe001040 0 20 | 00000001 ! 00001041
/pci@80000000/usb: 0:c.3 1106:3038 c0300 | 30381106 0409 7
Added assigned-addresses
1006320 0 fe001060 0 20 | 00000001 ! 00001061
/pci@80000000/other: 0:c.4 1106:8235 68000 | 82351106 0009 0
Added assigned-addresses
/pci@80000000/sound: 0:c.5 1106:3058 40100 | 30581106 0309 4
Added assigned-addresses
1006510 0 fe001100 0 100 | 00000001 ! 00001101
1006514 0 fe001030 0 4 | 00000001 ! 00001031
1006518 0 fe001034 0 4 | 00000001 ! 00001035
/pci@80000000/pci1106,3068: 0:c.6 1106:3068 78000 | 30681106 0309 30
Added assigned-addresses
/pci@c0000000: io f8000000/10000 mem c0000000/20000000
/pci@c0000000/host: 0:0.0 11ab:6460 60000 | 646011ab 0000 7
Added assigned-addresses
Checking initrd at 0x600000-0x950daa (3476906 bytes)
Found zip with 64 entries
Parsing Kicklayout at 0x950daa (3241 bytes)
Booting config 1: AmigaOS_4.1_Final_Edition
Loading loader.of
Loading kernel
Loading FastFileSystem
Loading SmartFilesystem
Loading JXFileSystem
Loading peg2ide.device.kmod
Loading battclock.resource.kmod
Loading bootmenu.kmod
Loading bootimage
Loading CDFileSystem
Loading con-handler.kmod
Loading console.device.kmod
Loading diskboot.kmod
Loading diskboot.config
Loading diskcache.library.kmod
Loading dos.library.kmod
Loading elf.library.kmod
Loading env-handler.kmod
Loading FileSystem.resource.kmod
Loading gadtools.library.kmod
Loading gameport.device.kmod
Loading graphics.library.kmod
Loading hunk.library.kmod
Loading input.device.kmod
Loading intuition.library.kmod
Loading it8212ide.device.kmod
Loading keyboard.device.kmod
Loading keymap.library.kmod
Loading lsi53c8xx.device.kmod
Loading newlib.library.kmod
Loading nonvolatile.library.kmod
Loading nvram.config
Loading ps2.resource.kmod
Loading ram-handler.kmod
Loading ramdrive.device.kmod
Loading ramlib.kmod
Loading shell.kmod
Loading sii0680ide.device.kmod
Loading sii3112ide.device.kmod
Loading sii3114ide.device.kmod
Loading sii3512ide.device.kmod
Loading strap.kmod
Loading timer.device.kmod
Loading PCIGraphics.card
Loading ATIRadeon.chip
Loading 3dfxVoodoo.chip
Loading siliconmotion502.chip
Loading petunia.library.kmod
Loading usbresource.library
Loading usbsys.device
Loading hub.usbfd
Loading bootmouse.usbfd
Loading bootkeyboard.usbfd
Loading massstorage.usbfd
Loading uhci.usbhcd
Loading ohci.usbhcd
Loading ehci.usbhcd
Starting exec

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Re: What the fastest possible x64 emulation way of OS4 today ?
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Hi,

I tried in recent days Qemu with SAM460 emulation. I haven't had any major problems, but SAM460 emulation is very slow.

I decided to try it today with Pegasos 2. Unfortunately, I don't have firmware for this computer, so I wanted to use the BBoot tool. I did everything with the instructions. I use the Qemu compilation for Windows dated 22.08.2023 After that I typed the command line:


qemu-system-ppc -M pegasos2
-kernel bboot/BBoot -initrd Kickstart.zip -vga none -device sm501
-drive if=none,id=cd,file=AmigaOS_4.1_Final_Edition.iso,format=raw
-device ide-cd,drive=cd,bus=ide.1
-drive if=none,id=hd,file=hd.img,format=raw
-device ide-hd,drive=hd,bus=ide.0
-device rtl8139,netdev=net0
-netdev user,id=net0
-rtc base=localtime -display gtk oder -display sdl
-serial stdio

Unfortunately, I receive a message:

"warning: Using Virtual OpenFirmware but no -kernel option."

What am I doing wrong?

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Re: SuperMario64 port to OS4 anyone?
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@rjd324

My Controller works directly, I did not use Amiga Input Anywhere. Maybe Your controller is not assigned to this base?

https://www.amigans.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=8246

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Re: SuperMario64 port to OS4 anyone?
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@rjd324

In my X5000 and Logitech F310, the controller works very well and the game is very comfortable. You do not even need to configure anything, because the corresponding pad buttons are immediately assigned.

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Re: SuperMario64 port to OS4 anyone?
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I'm also keen to test the game. I own an X5000 040 with Polaris and an X1000 with R9 270.
Please ask for a link.

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Re: 2023 - March - Terri-Fried
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My score:
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Re: 2023 - February - VoxelNoid
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@AmigaOldskooler

My score:
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Re: Lion Heart proper config ?
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@kas1e

I didn't notice the differences.

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