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[Web] How to make an updated bootable AMIthlon CDANN.lu
Posted on 01-Oct-2004 07:26 GMT by Lorence Lombardo4 comments
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The reason why you would want to update your existing Amithlon CD is that the original kernel may not support your current or future hardware. The latest version of this help document is available from my homepage.
[Rant] How will Eyetech deal with the 'issues' in the A1 against customers?ANN.lu
Posted on 30-Sep-2004 19:43 GMT by Worried A1 owner131 comments
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I have an AmigaOne XE G4. It cost me a lot of money. It's fairly new and covered by warranty. How will Eyetech compensate me for it's 'issues'/design flaws? Will they

a) Offer me a full refund or a new WORKING motherboard as replacement for free? Since it looks like it's a design flaw with the A1 XE motherboard I would GLADLY accept returning my A1 XE and get a motherboard with new design, like Micro A1 with raiser card instead.
b) Give me for free any and all required additional hardware required to get the AmigaOne product fully working, like UDMA IDE on a PCI card? Second best option but I would still know that my expensive hardware is a bit 'crippled' (perhaps a too strong word?) beneath it and I would still worry about more undiscovered issues.
c) Offer me to send in the motherboard for free for them to "patch"? This would not be pleasant since I would be without my AmigaOne for the time this takes
d) Simply sit silent and wait until the warranty expires before acknowledging the problems? NOT acceptable! :-/

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[News] Terra Soft Releases Yellow Dog Linux v4.0 (now with OFFICIAL Pegasos support)ANN.lu
Posted on 30-Sep-2004 17:55 GMT by Yellow Dog48 comments
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The Linux support for Pegasos is increasing even more!

Loveland, Colorado -- 29 September 2004 -- Terra Soft Solutions(R), Inc., the leading developer of integrated PowerPC Linux solutions, is pleased to announce release of Yellow Dog Linux(TM) v4.0.

http://www.terrasoftsolutions.com/news/2004/2004-09-29.shtml

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[News] Intermediaware search developer for amiga-versionANN.lu
Posted on 29-Sep-2004 15:42 GMT by Andreas Magerl (Edited on 2004-09-29 20:39:29 GMT by Christian Kemp)7 comments
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Intermediaware is currently searching for Amiga Coder who want to port their game Psychoballs (Information at: www.intermediaware.de/lan=english) to Amiga 68k/OS4 and/or MOS. He will get support from the original developers with Source, Graphics and SFX/Musicfiles.

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[Web] MacOnAmiga Website fully reviewed and updated.ANN.lu
Posted on 29-Sep-2004 12:57 GMT by Mikey_C5 comments
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MacOnAmiga Has been reviewed, revised all links checked and where appropiate, replaced.

Everything you could possibly need to emulate a Classic Mac, is on there!

[Events] Notes about my presentation at the Alchimie 4 showANN.lu
Posted on 29-Sep-2004 10:40 GMT by Stéphane Guillard427 comments
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The html pages I made available was only a starter slideshow for my presentation. Here are a few words about what I shown, and what I said.

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[News] CRUX PPC 2.0 Linux Distro Released!ANN.lu
Posted on 29-Sep-2004 08:16 GMT by takemehomegrandma4 comments
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28 September 2004 - CRUX PPC 2.0 Released!

The long waited CRUX PPC version 2.0 is now available. Supports Apple and PegasosII systems, uses Linux kernel 2.6.8.1 and Native Posix Threads Library (tls/nptl). Ready for ALSA and IPv6.

Read about CRUX PPC on the CRUX PPC Website, or go directly to the Download Page

[News] powerpcANN.lu
Posted on 28-Sep-2004 19:29 GMT by Faster, cooler, G4 compatible26 comments
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Freescale (Motorola's chip division) has launched the 90nm G4, and is planning a dual core version for next year. The chip is faster -- over 1.5GHz -- and cooler than the old chip, but it is also pin compatible.
[Events] first photos of Alchimie 4ANN.lu
Posted on 28-Sep-2004 12:02 GMT by top5 comments
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first photos & videos taked this weekend in France at the Alchimie 4 other links should come soon for other people.

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[Events] Alchimie IV OS4 PresentationANN.lu
Posted on 28-Sep-2004 00:37 GMT by MasterOfReality161 comments
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Slides used as part of the OS4 presentation in France at the weekend have now been made available online.
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