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hardware Classic   Mediator pci.library 11.0
  hardware Classic posted by DJS on 19-Jul-2016 0:21:48 (626 reads)
The new version of pci.library for all Mediator models has been released today.

The pci.library ver. 11.0 includes new procedure for allocation of the PCI memory. New procedure allows faster computer start when the multi-device PCI cards are used (e.g. Spider USB controller). New pci.library gives the possibility to reallocate (free and allocate) PCI spaces from the driver for the specific PCI card. It is useful in case of PCI cards, which do not report their PCI spaces typically (e.g. some PCI processor bridges).

Pci.library 11.0 can be downloaded from the Mediator software page.

If you are interested in the new updated MediatorSDK, contact ELBOX Developer Department.

Best regards,

Information on the current versions is available in the DOWNLOADS | Mediator section. The current list of supported PCI cards is available in the Mediator Driver Guide. Information about Mediator-related sources you will find in the COMMUNITY section.
  6 comments News   REV'n'GE! #59 News posted by Seiya on 18-Jul-2016 23:40:47 (167 reads)
REV'n'GE! is a fanzine that review games and apps on vintage platforms

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  1 comment News   AMIcast Episode 14 - Manuel Zehr - future of Amiga NG News posted by radzik on 15-Jul-2016 15:00:20 (119 reads)
I have met Manuel at facebook chat. We have talked about problems of Amiga NG and his ideas to solve it. We have talked about his ideas to push AmigaOS 4 in new markets like: Asia and Africa. After this, we decided, that it should be done as episode of podcast. We have hope, that our VIPs will take on consider some of our suggestions.
  Post comment News   Projekt Lila has landed News posted by phoenixkonsole on 14-Jul-2016 22:57:37 (294 reads)
Our 8Bit NES styled Amiga Run&Gun "Projekt Lila" is now underway to everyone who has pre-ordered it and to Vesalia and Alinea Computer.

The game has been created by Amiworx and the soundtrack come from Blue Metal Rose and has been recreated as Amiga MOD's including vocals. (the MOD-files are in the Bonus drawer, as well as some bonus graphics)

The disk contains in total 3 versions of the Game:
1. 020/2MB Version for CD32 and other 020 Amigas (different Intro, alternative Soundtrack)
2. 030/4MB Full Blue Metal Rose Soundtrack
3. 030/4MB Hardcore mode (if the original game is not hard enough - basically the unchanged original Beta)

As a small thank you for your patience (it was planned to send it out in June), every pre-order package will contain a indieCoin card(5€) for the indieGO!- Appstore which can be used to buy perhaps G.E.M.Z : ) or AmiCloud or something else.

Besides this every package includes a small label counting the number of the disc and
your individual download code for the indieGO! Appstore.
With this code you can download the latest ISO, containing all available Versions.

The game will be printed only once and as long the CD-ROM version isn't sold out, the download will cost as much as the CD-ROM.

Please order your CD-ROM from your favorite Amiga dealer to support them as well.
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News   Next FCUG meeting - Sunday, July 24
  News posted by RobertB on 14-Jul-2016 9:27:30 (144 reads)
Happy almost CommVEx time, C= and Ami aficionados!

The Fresno Commodore User Group has its next meeting from 11 a.m. to 2+ p.m., Sunday, July 24 at --

Bobby Salazar's Mexican Restaurant
2839 North Blackstone Ave. (corner of Blackstone and Michigan)
Fresno, California
(559) 227-1686

Note that our meeting is one week later than usual.

During lunch, we'll finish watching the video documentary, "Growing the 8-Bit Generation." Also we'll also watch the trailer for the new Viva Amiga film.

For discussion, everybody will have a chance to give their last suggestions/comments/observations before the July 30-31 Commodore Vegas Expo v12. Also I'll have an oral report and photos from my trip to the Pacific Northwest which includes a visit to C= repair technician Ray Carlsen and a visit to the Commodore 64 Users of Greater Victoria (a.k.a. ViC 64), the C= club of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

For the fourth month in a row, the Chalkboard PowerPad returns, this time with the music-composing program, MicroMaestro. For the VIC-20, we look at the Micro Vicious, a music synthesizer. From the Amiga 1200, we'll play some sweet MOD tunes. For a change of pace, we'll try out the new Pac-man clone, Pac-Pac for the Plus/4. We'll also punch the buttons on the Kim Uno, a modern clone of the classic KIM-1.

Writing from Portland, Oregon,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
July 30-31 Commodore Vegas Expo v12 -
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Announcement   ChaosLord dies in his final battle...
  Announcement posted by Hypex on 9-Jul-2016 16:40:10 (1912 reads)
Hello everyone. I have some sad news to share.

I found out a few days ago that a friend I met online, James Conwell, passed away on July 1st.

James went by the handle ChaosLord and is credited for being best known for his TotalChaos game on the Amiga and his creation of the JC programming language, James C, that was his own macro set to make C easier to work with.

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Software News   Broadway 1.0 preview 6 ready for download
  Software News posted by phoenixkonsole on 8-Jul-2016 21:25:50 (537 reads)
Broadway is a distribution of AROS started late 2009 for i386 PC's. The goal has been to provide a simple and minimalist but stable introduction to what AROS has to offer and adding modern elements like AMC (media center), AmiCloud (cloud storage service) and the indieGO! Appstore (hosts commercial and free software, mags and music).

The current version is 1.0 preview 6 which is available now at

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software AROS   EmuLa available for AROS i386
  software AROS posted by Allanon on 5-Jul-2016 16:56:35 (748 reads)
I'm glad to announce that the first public release of EmuLa is available for AROS i386.

EmuLa features an unique approach to roms recognition based on the file crc: this method allows EmuLa to be extremely precise in rom recognition, this way the user is never asked to resolve ambiguities.

EmuLa's interface and operating mode is very simple and fast, the philosophy behind EmuLa is to allow the player to spend his time on playing instead of spending time on cryptic configuration screens.

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News   Amiga Future issue 121 released
  News posted by AndreasM on 5-Jul-2016 13:01:03 (320 reads)
The English and German issue 121 (July/August 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 GBAPII++ - Graphics card
Review BAUERSoft
Developers Log Reshoot

Exclusive on CD: SqrXz 4

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

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News   Obligement: now more than 5000 articles online!
  News posted by Daff on 1-Jul-2016 14:25:40 (407 reads)
The total of articles published in the french magazine Obligement ( now exceeds 5000.
Thanks to all editors and collaborators!

The following articles have been added during the last two months:

- May/June 2016 news.
- Old articles from Tilt 67 to 73: File: Amiga Games in 1989, Interview with Bill Stealy, Review of Cabal, Report: Personal Computer Show 1989, Review of Deluxe Productions 2, Review of Paperboy, File: Two players games, Report: Summer Consumer Electronics Show 1989, Review of Datastorm, Review of Test Drive 2, Comparative: Amiga beat-them-up in 1988/1989, etc.
- Review of E-UAE 1.0.0 JIT.
- Review of Enhancer Software.
- Review of Final Burn Alpha
- Review of The Game.
- Review of Universe.
- Hardware: Rys MKII.
- Hardware: Catweasel Mk2.
- Hardware: Infinitv A1400.
- File: monitors from Commodore (update).
- DIY: build a Boing Ball case for AmigaOne XE.
- Programmation : AMOS - display text.
- Special quizz about audio cards.

Rendez-vous on for this nice reading.
All translations are welcome. Please contact David "Daff" Brunet for more info.

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