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Announcement   Announcement : Special Amiga37 Edition of AmiKit for Raspberry Pi
   posted by AmiKit on 30-Oct-2022 21:37:26 (1030 reads)

A pre-installed AmiKit on a bootable 64GB microSD card in a stylish branded case (for up to 24 microSD cards) is now available for purchase online. It was first introduced at amazing Amiga37 show in Germany (check our photos and videos from there on Facebook).

PURCHASE LINK: www.amikit.amiga.sk/raspberry






WHAT IS AMIKIT? www.amikit.amiga.sk

- AmiKit turns your computer into a powerful Amiga desktop. It includes 400+ apps and retro games.
- We've done all the hard work for you. Everything is pre-instaled and pre-configured & ready to use out of the box
- AmiKit runs super fast on your Windows, Mac, Linux or Raspberry Pi thanks to WinUAE/Amiberry emulator
- Enjoy your beloved Amiga computer in a modern retro power suit!

NOTE: For AmiKit to work you do need original Amiga Operating System files (Amiga Forever is recommended​).Hi
    

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Deniil715 
Re: Special Amiga37 Edition of AmiKit for Raspberry Pi
Posted on 5-Nov-2022 11:47:39
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I was just wondering... are there any libraries for accessing the GP port on the Pi through AmigaOS?


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midwan 
Re: Special Amiga37 Edition of AmiKit for Raspberry Pi
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The short answer is: nope.

The longer answer is: it's possible to do, but requires work. Amiberry already has some support for the GPIO pins, but for now it's only used in one special case: use some of those pins as Activity LEDs (e.g. Power, HDD, Disk). To expose them all under AmigaOS, you'd need to both support that from Amiberry, and also write some AmigaOS-side code to hook the two up.

So like I said, not impossible, but would require work to do.

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@midwan

Answering my own question: AmigaOS has python. Python has the zerogpio package. Working? Maybe doesn't work through the emulation..?


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