Portable AmiKit MK2 - Burn your own bootable Amiga flash disk!

Date 24-Dec-2015 20:04:35
Topic: software Classic

Portable AmiKit MK2 (8.5.1) is now available as a digital download. Merry Christmas!


Name your price (0 or more), download and burn it on your own Amiga flash disk!

Since this limited collector's item was sold out very quickly, we decided to release this special Amiga 30th Years Edition as a digital download.

Boot AmiKit anywhere and enjoy its special "Rabbit Hole" feature which enables you to run Linux apps from AmiKit desktop!

This version was originally released on a branded solid metal bootable USB flash drive for the Amiga 30th birthday party in Neuss, Germany.



AmiKit is a free project, powered by enthusiasm, that turns your computer into legendary Amiga. It includes more than 350 of the finest applications.


Portable AmiKit MK2 contains a very smallweight "live boot" environemnt called AmiPUP, which is based on Slacko Puppy Linux distro (doesn't boot on Mac, though).
It is visualy modified to look like AmiKit and it contains WinUAE emulator with AmiKit files pre-installed (you still need OS files, though).
At boot, AmiPUP loads EVERYTHING into RAM, so all applications load blazing fast! The host system is never touched!

More info at http://amikit.amiga.sk/

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