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Hyperionmp 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 19:18:30
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@Everblue

A special OEM deal will with worked out with A-Cube so you can go ahead and order that SAM460.

This was discussed some time ago.

Things like AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition do not come out of nowhere. Countless ISO's were produced by Carl M. and subsequently turned out to have missing features, wrong libraries etc.

This was hard work for which we cannot thank Costel and Carl sufficiently!

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 19:22:38
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@wawa

That decision was made many weeks ago. In fact, everyone who owns an AmigaOne from Eyetech, a SAM from A-Cube (be it 440 or 460) or even an AmigaX1000 (lucky bastards) will already have paid an OEM license fee in the past.

So no changing of mind involved.

Future systems will ofcourse ship with AmigaOS 4.1 Final OEM.




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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 19:24:44
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@Hyperionmp

I was wondering about the Radeon HD driver version that will be included on the Sam460cr version . the original CD version only supports cards up to the HD4000 series .

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 19:33:42
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@wawa That decision was made many weeks ago. In fact, everyone who owns an AmigaOne from Eyetech, a SAM from A-Cube (be it 440 or 460) or even an AmigaX1000 (lucky bastards) will already have paid an OEM license fee in the past. So no changing of mind involved. Future systems will ofcourse ship with AmigaOS 4.1 Final OEM.


so in other words you are saying, tat the market has been saturated anyway and it makes no difference if the update requires purchase of a previous version of os or not. the only ones that might buy os4.1 yet, without owning a copy, are the remaining 4.0 users like me and the new uae users? correct?

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 19:40:32
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@wawa

Saturated market or not; A full OS from one install is very userfriendly.

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wawa 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
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back on subject of amiwest, except of running linux and booting os4 on x5k hardware, was there any proof of any current or promised developments actually presented, or were they actually only been mentioned or announced as usual?

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
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@wawa

Power of new RadeonHD driver was demonstrated by CANDI (animated WB backdrops) and playing of HD video.

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 19:47:12
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Anyone saw new OS4 features demonstrated (of camera perhaps) ?

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wawa 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
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by Overflow on 26-Oct-2014 19:40:32 @wawa Saturated market or not; A full OS from one install is very userfriendly.

or is it a desperate measure. should have happened before, then it might have an impact.

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Everblue 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:01:23
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@Hyperionmp
Do you mean if I buy the new Sam460CR as soon as they put it on the store (they are already a bit late with it) it will be shipped with OS4.1 Final included with the board for just 30 euro for the OS?

Thanks!
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Hyperionmp wrote:
@Everblue

A special OEM deal will with worked out with A-Cube so you can go ahead and order that SAM460.

This was discussed some time ago.

Things like AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition do not come out of nowhere. Countless ISO's were produced by Carl M. and subsequently turned out to have missing features, wrong libraries etc.

This was hard work for which we cannot thank Costel and Carl sufficiently!

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Overflow 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:11:34
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@wawa

Always looking at the negatives.

For me its a hobby.

Amikit, AEON, Hyperion, Jens, Toni, AmigaForever, ka1se, and many others keeps it somewhat alive and intresting.

I still only got A1200/30 hardware, but find NG development intresting to follow, and I do hope they manage to balance cost and income.

Last edited by Overflow on 26-Oct-2014 at 08:14 PM.

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:12:13
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@wawa

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back on subject of amiwest, except of running linux and booting os4 on x5k hardware, was there any proof of any current or promised developments actually presented, or were they actually only been mentioned or announced as usual?

it depends on which developments you're talking about. i did a demo of OS4.1 final edition this morning; the new radeonHD drivers and video players were demoed; the cyrus boards were at the show working; amistore was demoed and is working....

was there something you're specifically looking for news on?

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wawa 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:26:38
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@eliyahu

so..
the updated shell is confirmed,
cyrus bards is confirmed working,
radeon-hd update is working,
and amistore is working.

these are facts so far. everything else remains what it was since years, very close to release.

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:26:42
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@eliyahu

"was there something you're specifically looking for news on?"

Is LibreOffice was demoed ?

Thank you.

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:33:18
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@eliyahu

Could you answer this specific question from Spectre660? (Or maybe I missed the answer)

"I was wondering about the Radeon HD driver version that will be included on the Sam460cr version. The original CD version only supports cards up to the HD4000 series."

How about OS4.1 Final Version? Will it include the currently "pay for" Radeon HD Drivers? I assume including the updated Radeon HD drivers might be a tricky one?

Last edited by Amiga4000 on 26-Oct-2014 at 08:36 PM.
Last edited by Amiga4000 on 26-Oct-2014 at 08:35 PM.

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wawa 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:33:47
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by Overflow on 26-Oct-2014 20:11:34 @wawa Always looking at the negatives. For me its a hobby. Amikit, AEON, Hyperion, Jens, Toni, AmigaForever, ka1se, and many others keeps it somewhat alive and intresting. I still only got A1200/30 hardware, but find NG development intresting to follow, and I do hope they manage to balance cost and income.


toni is a grat guy to work with, do you agree? i miss kas1e, he and olaf have pulled some good initiatives that definitely kept things running for the regular users.

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Lazi 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:36:22
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@lylehaze

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"for all supported platforms"


Ok. So my question is more clearly: Different disk per platform or one disk to rule them all?

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wawa 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:37:22
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@zzd10h

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Is LibreOffice was demoed ?


smp, new exec, new memory management beyond 2gig, libre office, gallium, w3d for radeon-hd, just to mention few things of those that have been promised for ages.

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:37:27
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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 26-Oct-2014 20:37:29
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@Hyperionmp

will A1200PPC customers like me get a SCSI driver for the BlizzardPPC and the 3D driver for permedia2 ?

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