|[Web] New Site! - Mac on Amiga||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 16-Oct-2003 16:32 GMT by Mikey C||13 comments|
If you are into emulating a classic Mac on your Amiga, or always wanted to but never knew how, this
site might help!
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|Posted by Bill on 16-Oct-2003 18:10 GMT|
|Nice site! Lets hope that we get Mac Os X running on our PPC amiga's soon :)|
|New Site! - Mac on Amiga : Comment 2 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by krize on 16-Oct-2003 19:32 GMT|
|How do 68k mac emus work on MorphOs ? I know mac on linux, but if Fusion/shapeshifter works on MorphOs it would be really fun to see what speed you could get from it ...|
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|Posted by me on 16-Oct-2003 19:37 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Bill):|
or Amiga on a Mac ?
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|Posted by itix on 16-Oct-2003 19:52 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (krize):|
Shapeshifter doesn't run for two reasons: Cyberguard and lack of CIA timer hardware.
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|Posted by opi on 16-Oct-2003 20:32 GMT|
|Is Fusion freeware? :O|
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|Posted by Mikey C on 16-Oct-2003 20:50 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 5 (opi):|
Lord knows, It`s certainly abandoned, originally sold by Microcode, they sold the rights to Blittersoft who are no longer around. Tried emailing, but the emails kept coming back. Even the new company, Virtual Programming only has one email link to the webmaster, no other contact details, etc. I emailed that, never got a reply.
Anyhow, If you look on the net,you can find several versions of Fusion3.2 floating about for download. Fusion 3.2 is a lot better anyhow, so if you want to emulate a mac classic give that whirl.
I didn`t include 3.2 `cos some dealers are still selling it.
Anyhow, considering that Fusion 3.1 and PCx were given away for free on Amiga Format 134, I guess, no one is gonna make a penny out of that version anymore.
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|Posted by Mikey C on 16-Oct-2003 20:52 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 6 (Mikey C):|
I meant to say that you should purchase 3.2 from an Amiga dealer. not download it.
- Doh! Wish there was an edit post facility :(
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|Posted by Mikey C on 17-Oct-2003 08:50 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 5 (opi):|
Doesn't Matter anyhow, I have removed the copy
|New Site! - Mac on Amiga : Comment 9 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by erkan on 17-Oct-2003 10:37 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 8 (Mikey C):|
But there are some spelling misstakes, Amd should be AMD..
And "If your Amiga if purely gfx card based now," should probably be "If your Amiga is purely gfx card based now," no ?
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|Posted by Mikey C on 17-Oct-2003 10:48 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 9 (erkan):|
Okay shoot me! I'm evil!
/me tiptoes out of here to do some spelling corrections
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|Posted by Anonymous on 17-Oct-2003 10:51 GMT|
|Mmmmmm, warez & serialz. Thx mikey!|
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|Posted by erkan on 17-Oct-2003 11:07 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 11 (Anonymous):|
Hey man the site is great :)
Its no problems if there are some misstakes here or there, but it looks a bit out of place on a great site.. :)
(btw, the picture on http://maconamiga.amigaworld.net/machd.html is fairly small but still 250kb in size..)
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|Posted by lostrego on 20-Oct-2003 15:51 GMT|
|Also a reference to Chrish Brenner's Vlink would be useful.|
That consist on a virtual ethernet device wich lets you share your TCP connection betwen Amiga and Mac sides under MiamiDX, letting you not being limited to a connection by only one side or another but not both.
You can find it on aminet <ftp://de.aminet.net/pub/aminet/comm/tcp/vlink.lha>
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