In Part 2 of setting up AmigaOS4.1 Classic on WinUAE I will look at how to prep and install AmigaOS4.1 Classic on a hard disk file in WinUAE.
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By far the exciting news of this week (in my opinion) has been the PPC support implemented in BETA form on the WinUAE Classic Amiga emulation. This enables AmigaOS4.1 Classic to be used under WinUAE on a Windows PC! I had to try this out!
Back in Part 2, I setup the 256 Colour Workbench on AmigaOS 3.1 on my Amiga 600. Although it is a bit slow for day to day Workbench use, I found I can use it very well for running 256 colour screens for programs that can use it - like Photogenics 2.
I read on various Amiga forums about a rival floppy drive emulator for the HxC floppy, called the Gotek floppy drive emulator. It is in reality a Cortex board, but flashed with the right firmware it can be used as a cheap Amiga floppy drive emulator on the Amiga 600 - I found a seller on Ebay selling a pre-flashed Gotek Amiga package with accessories and quickly bought it!
Today I am continuing my work in Part 2 of building the AmigaOS3.1 install on my CF Card on the Amiga 600!
Sorry for the delay between entries, but work has been very busy of late. Today I am starting a multi-part blog post following the installation of a CF Card with AmigaOS on the Amiga 600.
This week I was glad to receive my Commodore CDTV in the post. I have never owned a CDTV so I was keen to get one - when the opportunity came I wasn't going to miss it!
Today I am installing a wireless network card and setting up internet access on the Amiga 600 as part of my upgrade project.