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ssolie 
Re: Hyperion Blog update....
Posted on 16-Jul-2013 16:16:14
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Only a few more things to cover under Hardware for NG Machines.
Sam460ex onboard sata

Already working in PIO mode. Only UDMA modes are missing.

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X1000 onboard Ethernet

Still working on it.

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Warp3D for RadeonHD cards

That is an A-Eon Technology project.

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Re: Hyperion Blog update....
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@ssolie

Looking at the over all scheme of things not just Hyperion projects.
The last 8 Months have been very positive in NG Amiga hardware support.

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@Spectre660
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Only a few more things to cover under Hardware for NG Machines.
Sam460ex onboard sata

Already working in PIO mode. Only UDMA modes are missing.

Quote:
X1000 onboard Ethernet

Still working on it.

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Warp3D for RadeonHD cards

That is an A-Eon Technology project.

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Re: Hyperion Blog update....
Posted on 2-Oct-2013 22:47:48
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@thread

Preparing for AmiWest 2013

#6

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Re: Hyperion Blog update....
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@ssolie

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Already working in PIO mode. Only UDMA modes are missing.


Is there a way to use a splitter and connect more then one sATA (boot HDD- DVD RW) to it?
Will it be faster then PCI Sil once UDMA is done?

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Still working on it.


One more free PCI slot (hereby big thanks to Lyle for 7.1 driver)
Will it remove any X1000 net card related boot delays?

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That is an A-Eon Technology project.


True. What about OS 4.2? Any ETAs or further status reports? Gallium would make my Radeon as happy
as AEon driver

And to anyone and everyone visiting AmiWest 013 - I wish you good time. Its too far to go to US, but I really do hope
to see lots of updates in result

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Re: Hyperion Blog update....
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@number6

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Preparing for AmiWest 2013


To announce OS4.2?

Probably not.

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Re: Hyperion Blog update....
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@pavlor

i trust, no shortage of imagination will prevent them to announce a number of things that have not been mentioned yet.

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Re: Hyperion Blog update....
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@vox

What happens to water presser if you put a splitter on your water tap?
I bet the same thing will happen to speed if you split it.

Will it remove any X1000 net card related boot delays?
All you get is one more extra free PCI slot.
I bet there wont have any effect on boot speed you get a new driver in devs: only the drivers that is configured in roadshow will be loaded.

I be suppressed if there will be big anointments this year, there has been some sickness in development team, I hope thing will be different after new year.

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An abundance of AmigaOS
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@number6
Ssolie wrote Quote:
AmigaOS fans may have noticed an abundance of updates appearing lately.

One downside of AmigaOS4 switching to AmiUpdate for updates, is that it gets tons of updates, but there is no headline-hitting news like MorphOS gets for what is essentially a minor update fixing bugs (v3.3).

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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@ChrisH

It doesn't matter really since the news items are just to bring it to people's attention so they can update their system anyway.

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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@ChrisH

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One downside of AmigaOS4 switching to AmiUpdate for updates, is that it gets tons of updates, but there is no headline-hitting news like MorphOS gets for what is essentially a minor update fixing bugs (v3.3).


It is also hard to update OS4 article on Wikipedia.

@ssolie

Is it possible to have list of all updates since Update6 by date of that respective update? Table on AmiUpdate page shows only date of components, not date when available. That table is also non-sortable.

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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@pavlor

What you need is the update to have a log file and also RSS feed :)

Any decent developer could do that in 5 mins.

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
Posted on 12-Oct-2013 5:15:49
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An SDK Update (finally)

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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@number6

Indeed. Though apparently nobody will update gcc.

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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Well, an important step for developpers, but for common users like me is a delusion discovering that this is what the team was working around for Amiwest, I was dreaming on something like a 4.2 preview. This means we are still far away.


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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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They say there will be more updates to it, after AmiWest

So now lets see what they have to tell & show

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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@ilbarbax

Not sure why you assume the entire AmigaOS development team has been working only on putting the new SDK together.

Anyway it's about time a new SDK was released as the last SDK update was more than three years ago:
http://amigaworld.net/modules/news/article.php?storyid=5332

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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@salass00

we hope it , but you can update sdk thru amiupdate for now ...
Have a big pak updated will be better for sure!

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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we hope it , but you can update sdk thru amiupdate for now ...


The AmiUpdate SDK server only installs/updates 3rd party SDK components, which means that it can't and won't give you access to any new OS features that have been added. Only an official SDK update can do that.

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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@salass00

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The AmiUpdate SDK server only installs/updates 3rd party SDK components, which means that it can't and won't give you access to any new OS features that have been added. Only an official SDK update can do that.


Good news!

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Re: An abundance of AmigaOS
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@SlayeR__

number6 already posted the exact same link in this thread:

BTW as I'm on the AmigaOS development team I already have had access to the latest development files for quite some time .

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