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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : SlimJim's short report on the AmigaOS4 tour event in Gothenburg
   posted by SlimJim on 30-Jun-2003 20:33:48 (2451 reads)
I left Lund early in the morning for the 330 km km train-ride to Gothenburg and the AOS4 tour event. The event was held at a different venue to the AmiGBG event; it was very close to the trainstation and much easier to reach (albeit too small for a full-fledged event).

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Re: SlimJim's short report on the AmigaOS4 tour event i
Posted on 30-Jun-2003 21:02:19
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Thanks for the very informative report SlimJim. Nice to see you gave the OS a thorough playing with. It'll be nice to see how the fully PPC native version runs when it finally gets a showing too.

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Hi SlimJim
Nice report,well done I think Steve said it all.

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Re: SlimJim's short report on the AmigaOS4 tour event i
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Sorry about the ... varying spelling and grammar
in this little review. Did not have too much time to
check the text before submitting.
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Considering the two video cameras recording every movement, this two-part Q&A will no doubt be appearing somewhere on the 'net shortly, so I won't and can't) write down the whole thing here


Does anyone know who was doing the recording ?, I think the video would be good to see, (and you know who to ask if you need somewhere to host some BIG video files )

 
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Hi Slim

Ive moved your report to the features section now, shame we don't have photos too.


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Good report SlimJim... thanks. Sounds like a fun time at the show. Has anyone said exactly what is on the OS4 Tour CD's??

Edit... OH YEAH! What's that about an A1200 on a card????????????????????????

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Good report SlimJim.

Glad to hear your A1 should be arriving soon .

EDIT... Like Herewegoagain asked... what is this about a A1200 on a card? Bye bye UAE .

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SlimJim

Thanks again for the interesting report, especially your comments on using AmigaOS 4.

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hey ,i aint back in norway yet but i had to answer here to explain about the a1200 inside the amigaone :)

the card is owned by oleegil and is infact the first one i have ever seen , and it might be very hard to find later on..
anyway its an " Access" card , it has an amiga1200 with 030 28mzh onboard ( no accellerator) and it has an floppy drive on it aswell , u hook the access one up in an 5 *1/4 DISK bay in your amigaone tower :) , then you could also hook the output on this a1200 onto your tvcard (if you have one) to use the a1200 or whatever ... ofcourse 2 monitors is an option but since its 1 sys... why use 2 when ui can use 1 :)))))

anyway before i am about to enter my car for an 13+ hour long drive back to my amiga and my home , i would like to say hello to all old and new friends i met at the show , it was fun and it went smoothly!!!!!



pps: the access card (the a1200 board) was developed somewhere between 1997-1998 if i am correct and was mainly for the company\s who didnt want to use the cd32 for terminals , ie like buss stations and museums etc.
in other words its history was or is , its an info system.
its small and wonderfull.

cheers mates :)


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grr i just noticed that i wrote a heap of grammer errors, the reason...i AM TIRED!!!!!! and i wanna go home :)))))


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hey, thanks for the glowing report, SlimJim! It really warms our hearts! It was nice to finally meet you at the show, btw. Been discussing this and that and never met. We hope you come back to many, many shows to come :)


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Amiga on a card?
Just follow the link:

Access



Ciao

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"The first and only Amiga 1200 compatible board never built."

Heh.

Anyway, this board with an A1200 cpu slot and a mediator PCI bridge in a regular ATX box. Yummy :)

Well, okey, yummy a few years back perhaps.

/Björn

 
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anyway its an " Access" card ,


Oh.... I was thinking an Amiga1200 on a PCI card. That would have been cool.

Yeah, the Access was never made in high numbers, if I remember. More of a novelty now than anything. I was hoping for some new product that we hadn't heard of yet. Oh well.

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Let me relay this from the guy doing one of the video recordings:

Quote:

Comment in english for SlimJim to quote on the other sites he gave this report:
Some mishaps occurd from my part.
* I shot the event from the first row so I couldn't film the people sitting in the audiense. When both questions and answers came from behind me, there was nothing I could do.
* One of the Q&A sessions lasted longer then my DV-tape which means I had to swicth tape in the middle of the session. Valuable seconds were lost during the swicth.
* You name it when you see it.

ACG-Gothenburg were promised to get what my camera filmed.
/ CoopDot


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Damn, I need an "AOS4 on Tour" tee-shirt for my collection...

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