September 2014

Amazing Classic Amiga Project: Custom built 4 port USB Zorro II card

Okay, another in a great line of community-built hardware projects: The Mini-Thylacine, 4 port USB controller card for all Zorro II and Zorro III Amigas.

A few years ago, there was a commercial product called the Thylacine card. The design was eventually open-sourced for anyone who wanted to build it. One Amibay user started making production runs in batches of 20 at a time (Ginny Flick).

Multiren

[Edit] 141001: Clarified the sentense “Click your way to the end” to “Click your way to the end through all the requests”

Multiren

[Edit] 141001: Clarified the sentense “Click your way to the end” to “Click your way to the end through all the requests”

I can see the Workbench 3.1

As soon as AmigaOS console.device was opened, AmigaOS crashed. Now that I merged the console.cpp file, which I forgot to update to the latest version, I can boot from floppy into workbench 3.1!

AmiWest 2014 Programming Jam

blog_devWe are extremely pleased to be able to host the 3rd incarnation of the AmiWest Programming Seminar. This is a unique event in the AmiVerse, to bring together Amiga developers, programmers and users to learn from each other and create apps.

Amazing Classic Amiga Project: cheap 68040->68060 adapters

While I’d planned to do a 3 part blog series about the FPGA projects that users have or are making, I thought I’d go ahead and make this post about one amazing project I just learned about today:

68040->68060 socket adapters.

I’ve found out about 2 related projects, probably derived from the same set of research, to turn 68040 accelerators into 68060 accelerators. The first I found out about was for the WarpEngine 68040 accelerator. The other was for the far more common Commodore A3640.

Amazing Classic Amiga Project: cheap 68040->68060 adapters

While I’d planned to do a 3 part blog series about the FPGA projects that users have or are making, I thought I’d go ahead and make this post about one amazing project I just learned about today:

68040->68060 socket adapters.

I’ve found out about 2 related projects, probably derived from the same set of research, to turn 68040 accelerators into 68060 accelerators. The first I found out about was for the WarpEngine 68040 accelerator. The other was for the far more common Commodore A3640.

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