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AmigaOS 3.2 – The manual now available

Published 21.02.2024 - 10:55 by AndreasM

Press release, February 20, 2024

Welcome to the world of Amiga, where cult and innovation meet! "AmigaOS 3.2 - The Manual" is the new, indispensable guide on the journey through the Amiga operating system in its latest and best version 3.2 (up to and including 3.2.2.1).

This 512-page reference book not only explains the basics and advanced functions of AmigaOS 3.2 to readers in an understandable way, but also offers practical insights into the Amiga system, from A to Z. Regardless of whether the readers are experienced Amiga users or are just getting started (again), this book accompanies you at various levels of knowledge with passion and specialist knowledge.

The author team guides you step by step through the installation on classic Amigas, on emulated Amigas and even on the THEA500 Mini, demonstrates the installation of the Kickstart ROMs in 68k Amigas and explains the basics of the operating system, its operation and structure. It shows how the system is optimized with the various presets and how the tools, utilities and commodities are used efficiently.

A large chapter is dedicated to the shell, the command line interface of the AmigaOS - all commands, including new commands, are explained there and shell usage is illustrated with many practical examples. In addition to shortcuts and start scripts, advanced users will also discover comprehensive instructions for ARexx and the script control of Workbench, MultiView and TextEdit.

There is also a lot of content beyond AmigaOS 3.2: data exchange between PC and Amiga, Internet access and lots of tips on new hardware and software to make the Amiga fit for the future.

The authors are experienced Amiga enthusiasts from the very beginning: IT journalist Martin Steigerwald (among others Amiga Magazine, AMIGAplus), graduate engineer Simon Neumann (owner of Alinea Computer) and digital expert Nico Barbat (among others editor-in-chief AMIGAplus). When working on the book, they were supported by the AmigaOS 3.2 development team, including the beta testing team for quality control.

“AmigaOS 3.2 – The Manual” is available directly from the publisher as a high-quality hardcover book (€29.90) and as a digital edition (PDF, €14.90).

ISBN
Print: 978-3-98260-220-2
PDF: 978-3-98260-221-9

Information and order:

https://lookbehindyou.de/produkt/amigaos32-handbook/

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