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Amiga Future issue 127 released
Posted by: Trizt on Wednesday, July 05, 2017 - 20:27
Submitted by AndreasM
The English and German issue 127 (July/August 2017) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Review AmiKit X
Review Hollywood 7
Special Amiga on Youtube

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de

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Ars-Technica reviews A-EON Amiga X5000
Posted by: Trizt on Monday, May 29, 2017 - 06:13
Submitted by Trizt
So when a brand new Amiga computer arrived at my doorstep in 2017, you can imagine it was quite a surprise. Accordingly, the Amiga X5000 is a curious beast. In some respects, it's more closely related to its predecessors than either modern PCs or Macintoshes. Yet this is a fully current machine capable of taking on modern workloads. How such a device came to be is a fascinating story, but that's not our goal today—let’s dive into what the experience of using the X5000 is like.

...

The X5000 is a strange beast. It’s like a window into an alternate universe where Commodore never went bankrupt and the Amiga platform never died. The fact that both the hardware and operating system were produced at all is a monument to the passion and dedication of the folks at A-EON and Hyperion Entertainment.

...


Full review:
https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/05/the-a-eon-amiga-x5000-reviewed-the-beloved-amiga-meets-2017/

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Amiga Future issue 126 released
Posted by: Trizt on Saturday, May 06, 2017 - 22:48
Submitted by AndreasM
The English and German issue 126 (May/June 2017) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Preview Reshoot R
Review Vampire 600 V230
Review Viper 530/E-Matrix 530

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de


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Roadshow 1.13 released
Posted by: lisardman on Wednesday, May 03, 2017 - 14:24
Submitted by AndreasM
The Roadshow TCP/IP stack for the Amiga has been updated to version 1.13 and is available immediately. An updated demonstration version is available, too, as well as the updated software development kit.

A free update is available for customers who are using Roadshow version 1.12, upgrading it to version 1.13. Note: if you are still using Roadshow versions 1.8 or 1.11 then you will need to upgrade to version 1.12 first before you can upgrade it to version 1.13.

The changes in Roadshow 1.13 are as follows:

1. Polish localization files were contributed by Tomasz Potrykus,
which can be installed as part of the update process.

2. The "ping" command has been updated to support new options, which can
be used limit the number of test packets sent, either by
time or count. The time interval measurements taken and displayed
were upgraded and are now much more accurate than they were before.

3. The "traceroute" command shares the same time interval measurement
improvements with the "ping" command.

4. The "wget" command no longer crashes if too little stack memory
is available in the shell. Also, the data throughput rate calculation
now works correctly, which both affects the display of the estimated
remaining transmission time and the data rate limiting feature of
the "wget" command. Finally, the short form command line options (e.g.
"-q" for "--quiet") never worked correctly. This has been fixed.

5. Several related bugs were fixed within "bsdsocket.library",
the "SampleNetSpeed" and "ppp_sample" programs, which could
lead to memory corruption or seemingly random crashes.

6. The "ConfigureNetInterface" did not process the DHCPUNICAST
parameter correctly. This has been fixed.

7. The specially optimized versions of "bsdsocket.library",
"ppp-serial.device" and "ppp-ethernet.device" for use on Amigas with
CPUs other than the MC68000 and MC68010 can no longer result in crashes
if they are used on systems for which they are not suited.

8. The "TCP:" handler leaked memory whenever it was opened. This
has been fixed.

9. How much memory "bsdsocket.library" will use for incoming network traffic
can now be tweaked. This is helpful for applications which keep
running for day or weeks on end. Previously, "bsdsocket.library" could
end up allocating much more memory than strictly necessary, causing other
active software to run out of free memory. Because the choice to
spend as little memory as possible comes with a cost (slightly lower
data throughput), this option is not enabled by default.

10. The software development kit has been updated, fixing bugs in the example
source code, the "wget" command, as well as replacing the inline header
files for the GCC 68k compiler.

11. The reference documentation has been updated.

The "ReadMe" file of the "Roadshow" update archive contains more detailed information about the contributors who helped to make this update possible, as well as more detailed descriptions of the changes.

The update archive does not contain the updated documentation or source code. Please download the demonstration version and/or the software development kit, respectively, to find the new material.

http://roadshow.apc-tcp.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de





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The Atlanta Historical Computing Society to host filmakers of Viva Amiga
Posted by: Trizt on Saturday, April 29, 2017 - 09:09
Submitted by Trizt
The Atlanta Historical Computing Society (AHCS) will host today “Festival 5.0,” at the Computer Museum of America in Roswell. There will be a lot of computer nostalgia and host a question and answer panel with the filmmaker and crew of Amiga who produced the documentary called ‘Viva Amiga.’
Full article can be read at www.mdjonline.com

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Amiga Future issue 125 released
Posted by: Trizt on Friday, March 03, 2017 - 06:10
Submitted by AndreasM
The English and German issue 125 (March/April 2017) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Interview ignition
Blitz Basic Workshop Part 4
Demoscene

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de

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Amiga Future issue 124 released
Posted by: Trizt on Friday, January 13, 2017 - 22:41
Submitted by AndreasM
The English and German issue 124 (Januar/Februar 2017) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been published today, and can be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Workshop WHDLoad Maschine Part 1
Demoscene News
Matze's 030er Turboboard

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de

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AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition Update #1
Posted by: Trizt on Saturday, December 03, 2016 - 18:32
Submitted by Trizt
Hyperion Entertainment is pleased to announce the pre-release version of AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition Update #1 especially adapted for the latest next-generation AmigaOne X5000 computer developed by A-EON Technology Ltd.

The pre-release version of AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition Update #1 is an official update to AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition released by Hyperion Entertainment in 2014. It is the combined result of many many years of effort by the core AmigaOS developers, translators and beta testers and includes a number of bug fixes and updates to the original AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition release.

AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition Update #1 is scheduled to be released by Hyperion Entertainment for all supported systems before the end of 2016.

The pre-release version for AmigaOne X5000 will be replaced by a future full AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition update. Until that time registered AmigaOne X5000 owners will be able to download machine specific critical updates and bug fixes as and when they become available and will be entitled to a free digital copy of the full AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition Update #1 when it is released by Hyperion Entertainment.

The announcement (with further links):
http://www.hyperion-entertainment.com/index.php/news/36-amigaos-4x/176-amigaos-41-final-edition-update-1-pre-release-for-the-amigaone-x5000

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Amiga Future monthly News September 2016
Posted by: Trizt on Wednesday, November 02, 2016 - 17:14
Submitted by AndreasM
2.9.2016
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Amiga Future issue 122 released

The English and German issue 122 (September/October 2016) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Review Furia 33
Demoscene
Interview Richard Löwenstein

Exlusiv on CD: SqrXz 4

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org

http://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de




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Roadshow 1.12 released
Posted by: Trizt on Wednesday, November 02, 2016 - 17:13
Submitted by AndreasM
The Roadshow TCP/IP stack for the Amiga has been updated to version 1.12 and is available immediately. An updated demonstration version is available, too, as well as the updated software development kit.

A free update is available for customers who are using Roadshow 1.11, upgrading it to version 1.12. Note: if you are still using Roadshow 1.8 you need to upgrade to version 1.11 first before you can upgrade it to version 1.12.

The changes in Roadshow 1.12 are as follows:

1. A buffer overflow bug has been fixed which could occur when
querying network interface hardware addresses. This bug could
cause the "ShowNetStatus" command to crash.

2. The ftp command has been reworked, fixing bugs which had been
present for years (buffer overflows, etc.).

3. Overlapping name resolution operations can no longer collide
with each other so easily and produce corrupt query data. This
problem could occur only very rarely.

4. New API functions for name resolution have been added, which are
common in the Unix world, for which no alternatives had been
available before. These enhancements are new for Amiga
TCP/IP software in general.

5. If Roadshow sets up a network interface using the DHCP protocol
it can now request that the DHCP server sends its responses
directly to Roadshow (unicast) instead of broadcasting them to
the local network.

6. Changing the system clock time (e.g. during daylight saving
time transitions) no longer affect Roadshow's internal
time keeping.

7. A new ready-made network configuration file for PCMCIA cards
using the "cnet16.device" driver is provided under
"Storage/NetInterfaces/CNet16").

8. The reference documentation has been updated.

More detailed descriptions of the changes can be found in the "ReadMe" file of the Roadshow archive, and the SDK archive.

http://roadshow.apc-tcp.de




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