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New HOL Uploads

Published 24.09.2022 - 09:42 by AndreasM

The Hall of Light is the largest database for Amiga games.

There you can find game screenshots, scans of packaging, level images, cheats, system requirements, programmers, publishers, and so much more.

http://hol.abime.net [...]
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News URL: http://hol.abime.net/hol_update.php
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New publications at Kultboy.com

Published 24.09.2022 - 09:42 by AndreasM

Kultboy.com is a fan page about the good old computer magazines.
Reports from older computer magazines will be published here.

Since our last report the following Publications have been added:
[...]
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News URL: http://www.kultboy.com/index.php?site=allupdates
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

New uploads in Aminet

Published 24.09.2022 - 09:41 by AndreasM

Aminet is the largest legal collection of software for the Amiga.
Founded in 1992, it has become the first point of contact for users who are looking for software for the Amiga.

In general, the software is uploaded directly by its programmer. For your information, Aminet now stores approximately 30 GB of data.
[...]
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New uploads in The Aros Archive

Published 24.09.2022 - 09:41 by AndreasM

The AROS Archives is a collection of software for the AROS Research Operating System and can be found via the URL http://archives.aros-exec.org .

It runs in a similar way to Aminet, as the programmers themselves usually upload their own software in order to make it available to AROS users.

With nearly 1,000 uploads there is now an interesting collection of software for AROS. [...]
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News URL: http://archives.aros-exec.org/share/FULLINDEX.readme
News Source: Aros-Exec.org
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Amiga Future: cheats database Update

Published 24.09.2022 - 09:41 by AndreasM

The cheats database of Amiga Future is updates weekly by David Jahn, even at first sight if it is not immediately apparent.

The cheat database on the Amiga Future webpage is probably the biggest German collection for the Amiga.

This is not just about cheats. Many solutions, tips and tricks, as well as Freezer addresses can be found in this collection. [...]
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News URL: https://www.amigafuture.de/app.php/GTT/new/2019
News Source: GTT
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eMail: andreas@amigafuture.de

AmigaPortal Autumn Raffle 2022

Published 23.09.2022 - 10:20 by Torque_live

The AmigaPortal.de invites you to the autumn competition 2022.
You can participate in the period from 23.9.2022 to 30.09.2022.

The exact conditions of participation and prizes can be found here:
https://www.amigaportal.de/index.php?th ... -2022.292/ [...]
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ZitaFTP Server v1.35 - AmigaOS Quick-Fix

Published 19.09.2022 - 17:40 by AndreasM

Some users reported having a crash on startup with the new ZitaFTP Server released last week. It was caused by a thread that was missing AmiSSL initialization. AmiSSL requires special initialization for every thread that uses it, and this was missing on one thread. This has now been fixed, so a quick-fix version has been released.

Existing users can use AmiUpdate to download the quick-fix.

https://keasigmadelta.com/blog/zitaftp- ... quick-fix/

Scorpion Engine 2022.7 released

Published 19.09.2022 - 17:40 by AndreasM

Scorpion Engine released in the Version 2022.7.

Changes:

Mouse support, including support for two simultaneous mice [...]
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Lotek64 issue 63 published

Published 19.09.2022 - 17:39 by AndreasM

Issue 63 of Lotek64 has been published and can be downloaded free of charge from the homepage.

Contents:

Interview with cracker legend Galahad (Amiga) [...]
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Harv Laser passed away

Published 19.09.2022 - 17:38 by AndreasM

A journalist and technical writer by profession, Harvey "Harv" Laser was an Amiga Friend and supporter from the beginning.

He purchased an Amiga 1000 as soon as it became available on October 7, 1985. He founded the Amiga Zone dial-up service in the same year, starting on the American People/Link platform (a CompuServe competitor also known as "Plink"), transitioning to Portal Communications in 1991, and finally setting up a website, Telnet and Wildcat system at AmigaZone.com in 1996. He passionately maintained this infrastructure and community well into the 2010s. Having always been fascinated by handheld digital devices, he used to attend early Amiga events with a Canon Xap Shot camera (remember those 2" floppy disks?)

Harv wrote over a thousand Amiga-related articles and reviews, contributing to more printed and online publications than we can count. He was interviewed and quoted on Amiga topics in Time Magazine, Wired Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. He also wrote numerous software manuals, and the Amiga chapter in John Dvorak's Guide to Desktop Telecommunications (Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 1990). He helped edit Rob Peck's The Amiga Companion (IDG Communications/Peterborough, 1988). He took great care in writing the occasional obituary. [...]
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