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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


AmiKit for Linux platforms released

Date 20-Mar-2008 17:32:57
Topic: Software News


We're very pleased to announce that the native Linux port of AmiKit is now available for download so the Linux users can experience the high-end AmiKit system too.

We would like to especially thank to Tom Newsom and Daniel Westerberg, this would not happen without their help! For those who are interested there's an article describing this history of the process of creating and debugging a working port of AmiKit to Linux.

What is AmiKit? It's a free and legal compilation of more than 300 of the finest Amiga programs running under emulation (Windows and Linux).

Free download: http://amikit.amiga.sk/



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