Today I wanted to take a look at an interesting game called The Legend of Edgar for AmigaOS4 on the X1000.
Articles from Epsilon's AmigaOne X1000 Blog
Today DJ Nick released some new HD Wallpaper backgrounds for AmigaOS4.
Given it has been a while since I have changed my workbench background, it was a good opportunity
to do so today!
I have included some workbench screen grabs using two of the new backgrounds on my X1000 (click to expand):
Today I wanted to take a look at FastCompress 1.4, a recently released utility for AmigaOS4.
As regular followers of my blog will know, I have a dual video card setup on my AmigaOne X1000 - a Radeon 9250 PCI and the Radeon HD card included in the X1000. The 9250 card is used to play games that require hardware 3D acceleration until the Radeon HD 3D hardware drivers are available.
However, until now I have had to feed VGA and DVI connections to one display and switch modes on the monitor....but no longer (click to expand):
Today I wanted to take a look at AMIVNC4 on my AmigaOne X1000.
On the first day I received my X1000 (last year) and powered it up for the first time, I notice the boot sound it plays was scratchy and sounded terrible.
Because it was annoying I immediately disabled the command that runs the boot sound, which is located in System:s/startup-sequence. The line in question is shown below while editing the file in Notepad:
Today for my first (delayed) blog entry for 2013 I want to take a look at the recently released A-FTP Server application on AmigaOS4 for the X1000!
Given that it is almost the end of the year, I thought it would be good to look back over the year 2012 and significant releases for AmigaOne X1000 and it operating system AmigaOS4 during that time.
I do know (and acknowledge) that there has been plenty of activity around MorphOS, AROS and Classic AmigaOS3.x platforms too in 2012 (I run all three of these platforms as well), but these are not the focus of this AmigaOne X1000 blog as it runs AmigaOS4. It would be interesting to compare MorphOS 3.1 and AmigaOS 4.1.6 performance on the same X1000 hardware, but that's another story!
I decided to try out a recently released tool called Screen Switching Done Right (SSDR) on my X1000!