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Rose 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 16-Dec-2016 20:16:52
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@wawa

Different rules for team Praise AmigaOne.

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Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 16-Dec-2016 20:37:08
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@Rose

oh, i dont think there any rules left here, one will be forced to obey, except those, one imposes on himself..

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Beans 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 16-Dec-2016 20:54:54
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@wawa

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isnt usage of multiple accounts prohibited here? especially in one single thread?


Absolutely!
I have already discussed it with Matthew and one of his employees, and I asked for a chance to recover the password for the first (which is saved on one machine, but I'll be f*ucked if I can remember it to enter in in the others).
But then, they never got back to me on that.

AND, unlike SO many of you, I provide MY personal information and allow users to send me e-mail directly to my primary e-mail address.
I don't hide behind a nickname and an avatar.

In fact, on MorphZone, I just use my first name.

SO, do I care?
Well, not THAT much.

Encourage Matt (or whomever) to reset the password on the older one (and send the reset info to my current e-mail address) and I'll delete the second.

And as to rules you come up with on your own, the primary one here (and at Amiga.org) appears to be show your ass if you have a differing position on something (or any opinion in general).
So don't get me started on rules real or imagined.

Last edited by Beans on 16-Dec-2016 at 09:00 PM.
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pavlor 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 16-Dec-2016 21:47:03
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@wawa

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isnt usage of multiple accounts prohibited here? especially in one single thread?


Only two accounts? There is one user with at least four accounts...

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Rose 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 16-Dec-2016 22:31:18
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@Beans

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And as to rules you come up with on your own, the primary one here (and at Amiga.org) appears to be show your ass if you have a differing position on something (or any opinion in general).
So don't get me started on rules real or imagined.



TOS seems to be pretty clear about multiple accounts.

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Multiple usernames: Intentionally registering more than ONE username for the purpose of using multiple usernames is NOT allowed. This includes, but is not limited to, registering a new username to avoid a ban. Using the site (for posting messages or otherwise) with more than one username is not allowed. Users that do not follow this rule will be permanently banned. Also, do not use someone else's username, even if you were given the password to it by the owner of the username. Exceptions can be made with approval of Amigaworld.net staff, for example where the username is a company name to be shared by employees. If you would like to change your username, contact the webmaster.

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wawa 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 16-Dec-2016 23:13:17
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@Beans

dont get off again;)
i was jesting. you know very well, this site is about as maintained now as mobunny was. we need to come up with our own standards.
though, funny that you use both accounts in one thread, is that an oversight?

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QuikSanz 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 5:15:41
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All that is way OT. Question is why IDE not SATA?

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Mr-Z 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 6:27:00
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@QuikSanz

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QuikSanz wrote:
All that is way OT. Question is why IDE not SATA?



Simple because they did not have to write a driver and just could use good old scsi.device and it performs quite well with over 12 MB/sec.
That's almost 4 times faster then on-board A600 IDE does for example.

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ne_one 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 7:10:24
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@ppcamiga1

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Hardware does not matter except cpu that have to work in 32 bit big endian mode.


That's always been a convenient excuse and never been a real issue.

How would the Mac have prevailed otherwise?

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ne_one 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 7:15:31
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@pavlor

The fact that you're using anything from Fleecy Moss to prove a point is hilarious.

Trolls can at best be entertaining and are easily ignored. What the Amino tandem did to this platform is unforgivable.

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pavlor 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 9:45:57
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@ne_one



Did you look at date of that post? Fleecy Moss was then only one of many devoted Amiga users (well, in his case rather believer...).

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Trolls can at best be entertaining and are easily ignored.


I wish it would be that easy.

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What the Amino tandem did to this platform is unforgivable.


For me, they restored my "faith" to Amiga - after Gateway2000 ended AmigaNG project, Bill et co brought new hope. In the end, they failed miserably, but there are at least some fruits of their intentions: AmigaOne and AmigaOS 4. Gateway2000 could sell Amiga rights to even worser (from our point of view) people and official Amiga development would cease. However, such outcome would probably save MorphOS as sole NG Amiga solution, which was not possible in real world due to Blue/Red divide of the community.

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Beans 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 11:33:29
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@wawa

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funny that you use both accounts in one thread, is that an oversight?


No, its the constant switch between the systems I'm on.
I have a relatively new desktop in the bedroom, and another in the den, with a third in the living room, while my laptop (with the original account password saved) is on my lap right now.

Trust me, I'd use the first account on the other platforms if they'd just help me reset the account password so that I could use the other hardware.

And to those that keep pointing out the rules, I grew up the the '60s and '70s and have a profound distrust for rules and authoritarian BS in general.
So, again, I don't really care.

You all know who I am, my history, and my somewhat abrasive nature.

Deal with it.

Jim

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Signman 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 13:41:36
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@Beans

Rules imposed by government is different than the rules of free association clubs with which we can decide not to join or if we willingly do so out of respect for the others and hosts.

I grew up in the same time, kind of an odd justification. All those rebel / radicals in power now impose a hell of a lot rules and laws.

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NutsAboutAmiga 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 14:16:46
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@ppcamiga1

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It is sad but after many years of lies and cheating gunnar von boehn and his followers still does not provide fast 68k cpu.

I also think some of benchmarks are bit overhyped, but even so making your own CPU, is impressive I think.
Quote:
"classic" Amiga is of course computer that run amiga os or enough compatible.
(We can consider mos ppc and aros 68k as enough compatible).


No its not, Amiga is brand name, the computer is not defined by its name, also there is clear difference between the PowerPC models, and 680x0 modes, by use of "ONE" word at the end, "AmigaONE".

Draco is an example of Classic computer that's not 100% compatible with Amiga Computers.

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Hardware does not matter except cpu that have to work in 32 bit big endian mode.


Of because it does, different chips do different things. and lot of old software and games depends on classic chips, AmigaONE don't have Paula sound or AGA graphics, AmigaONE's have True Color Graphics cards. And modern sound cards.

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PPC Amiga is a better choice


Well its the faster choice, its most modern choice, and has nice balance for compatibility, but it's not the most compatible hardware, not most precise hardware out there for running 680x0 software.
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and if someone does not want to spend money uae.


not if you won't real hardware to run your 680x0 software on.

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Beans 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 14:31:41
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From: Bear Delaware USA

@Signman

Not justification, blatant lack of respect for "authority", and I don't mind being in the wrong.
Also, as I've said, if you'd bothered paying attention, I asked for this to be rectified awhile ago.

Further, I'm not a big fan of the "clubhouse" mentality.
After all, its still legal for private clubs like golf courses to exclude minorities.
There's a good example of a "rule" that deserves disrespect.

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Beans 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 15:42:15
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From: Bear Delaware USA

@NutsAboutAmiga

Draco...almost 100% compatible anyway.
No custom chips and I've yet to see anyone set one up as a general purpose Amiga OS system.

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Rob 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 16:50:11
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@NutsAboutAmiga

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Draco is an example of Classic computer that's 100% compatible with Amiga Computers.


It's more like the 68k equivalent of an AmigaONE.

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Beans 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 17:02:46
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@Rob

Well it does have a 68K cpu and it will run AmigaOS natively, but being limited to RTG titles does presnt some issues.

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Signman 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 17:24:31
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@Beans

Private clubs should be able to exclude or include anyone they want. Should, not able to anymore.

If you had one, I'll bet you would do the same.

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Beans 
Re: News about Vampire and Apollo
Posted on 17-Dec-2016 17:48:23
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@Signman

Not on the basis some do.
There's no excuse these days for being an A'hole, even if you think that its within your rights, someone is liable to point out to that rights or not, nothing prevents them in the interim from giving you a fat lip.

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