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Winuae video of AmigaOS 4.1 Classic
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Looking good, Afaik its a i7 4770 machine. If i got it right.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0k_F6CTKAbg

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Nice isn't it? :)

I'm not interested in running (nor buying) windows just to use it though since I use ubuntu om all my non amigas. It's a pity that you can't load up os4 directly in qemu or similar.

I'd buy several os4 licenses just to make that happen.

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@orgin

FS-UAE implements the WinUAE PPC core doesn't it? Well at least the recent development versions do.

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There should be a build for MacOS or Ubuntu or whatever you're running. I plan to ditch my SAM440 once I have a nice stable version of 4.1 running on my MacBook Pro.

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@Slash

With only 128MB Ram, no 2D acceleration and no composition ? What will you do with this ?

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@K-L

Test software that I've written and cross-compiled on OS X... nothing more!

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Emulation looks quite fast if we don't count that it has 8 3.5Ghz cores running the emulation ;)

I hope this will boost os4 sales and helps people to adapt to the platform more easily.

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hopefully get interested enough to buy real available hardware that ACube & A-EON currently manufacture

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I suspect WinUAE-PPC users will mostly just pirate OS4... but if it acts as a hook to get people to buy "the real thing" (a Sam460 or whatever), I don't suppose Hyperion will compain TOO much.

Of course pirated copies won't get any AmiUpdates, so there is *some* incentive to actually buy the real thing. And as OS4.1 Final does't cost much, they might actually do it.

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@ChrisH

I was thinking about the same concerning the updates. And who knows, maybe someone of those curious users might be developer of some sort :)

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Real Amiga 4000 working with Os 4.1

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@densho

hey just noticed you're new here so welcome aboard our ship in the computing matrix

@ tlosm

thanks, nothing beats the real thing


Edited by 328gts on 2014/10/29 20:18:58
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@densho

i7s are quad cores with hyperthreading. Only 4 physical cores.

But with regard to WinUAE, the PPC emulation only runs on 1 core in a separate thread. So you need good single core performance, but at least a dual-core CPU.

Edit: To clarify, m68k is ran on one thread, and PPC on another, and I think it's the OS (or is it the CPU?) that would then assign separate cores for each thread. So technically, it could work on single-core but not very well. There is a mode in WinUAE that can allow OS4 to work on single-core CPUs because the 68k CPU isn't needed once OS4 starts. I don't think it's been tested much.


Edited by MickJT on 2014/10/30 8:56:47
Edited by MickJT on 2014/10/30 8:57:24
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@MickJT

uae with ppc use 2 threads uone for classic hardware and one with qemu core.
if one day it will exit for linuxppc it will use the 2 cores of x1000 and 2 of the x5000 :)

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@328gts

Thanks!

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i7s are quad cores with hyperthreading. Only 4 physical cores.

But with regard to WinUAE, the PPC emulation only runs on 1 core in a separate thread. So you need good single core performance, but at least a dual-core CPU.


Ah, didn't know that.. I was just looking at the top-right corner cpu-meter and counted the bars :)

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@tlosm

Yeah that's what I meant. The PPC emulation itself (QEMU) runs in a separate thread, i.e a separate core (I don't know if it's the OS or CPU that assigns which thread runs on which core). The other core is used for 68k emulation, although when booting OS4 the m68k CPU is stopped.

QEMU is available for PPC right? If it doesn't use/require x86 assembly, presumably FS-UAE could be compiled for a PPC Linux distro.

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