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12.Oct.2010 (Webseite)

AmigaOS 4: ListDynDep 53.2
Steven Solie's ListDynDep for AmigaOS 4 lists all dynamic dependences for a chosen program file, the so called shared objects.

Download: listdyndep.lha (5 KB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

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12.Oct.2010 (Webseite)

Event: Carl Sassenrath on AmiWest 2010
On the AmiWest in Sacramento (California, USA), which will take place from 22. to 24. October, Carl Sassenrath will take part. The father of the AmigaOS-kernel currently ports his script language Rebol 3 to AmigaOS 4 ( reported on it). (snx) (Translation: dr)

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David Brunet (ANF)

Obligement: Interview with Olaf Barthel (english/french)
The french magazine Obligement published today an interview with Olaf Barthel, the programmer, among others, of the terminal emulator Term and the TCP/IP stack Roadshow. He participated also in the development of AmigaOS since the late 1990s.

Besides the english version at the title link there is also a french translation of the interview. (snx)

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AROS-Exec (Forum)

AROS: Mesa3D 7.9 Alpha 5
Krzysztof 'deadwood' Smiechowicz asks for your feedback in the AROS-Exec-forum concerning the alpha version of his mesa.library. This library uses the Gallium3D driver system. There is an improved speed compared with the legacy version from 20 % up to 100 %.

All required files are included in the archive and have to be copied to:

Download: (2 MB) (snx) (Translation: dr)

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Alinea Computer (ANF)

Alinea Computer: Software-Updates and News in Online-Shop
Press release Wehrheim, Germany, October 12th, 2010 - After a long time of reorganization and reorientation, we are glad to introduce to you some innovations from Alinea Computer. In addition to some software updates we have some improvements in our online-shop.


For all AmiWebView 2 customers the new 2.3 version is now available from our Alinea Computer Support Center.

Improvements of AmiWebView 2.3
  • AmigaOS-4.1-Version (real transparency etc.)
  • Fixes for AmigaOS 4.1.1
  • Support for other public screens (up to now was WB only)
  • The requester for "Can not load a picture" disappears after a few seconds and does not lock the program
  • File extensions are automatically added if not existing in filename and an animation is to be created later
  • A lot of fixes and improvements
Our free Pack-/unpack program AmiArc has some updates, too. It is avabilable at the Alinea Computer support center.

Improvements for AmiArc 1.1
  • Support of Rar and Tar
  • Bugfixes
Online-Shop news

To make our online shop even more comfortable and easyier to use, we have made some changes to it. One of this is an RRS-Feed and a Twitter channel about all new products in our shop. You can subscribe to:


Also our online-shop now has a traffic-light system to show you about the availability of a product. A green light means that the product is on stock, a yellow light shows a delivery time of more than 5 days and if you see a red light please contact us for the availability of this product.

Last but not least we allow you as a customer can subscribe our new newsletter at the Alinea Computer Shop. It informs you about all new offerings and changes at our online-shop. Please let us know your suggestions and wishes for the shop or products, so that we can further improve our service to you.

We want to let you know that we welcome and support as much as possible with our products in actual development around AmigaOS 4.1, AmigaONE X1000 & Sam460ex. Our commercial products AmiPhoto, AmiWebView 2,ANotice 2, ArtEffect and StormC as well as our games are still in development for the new systems and are supported by internal and external developers. Please respect that we can not say something about the release date. Thank you. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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Natami Knowledge Forum (ANF)

AROS: Port for m68k-based Amiga systems in progress
According to Jason McMullan he succeeded in compiling AROS for m68k-based Amiga systems. Right after the start it would crash dowm but it would respect the Amiga-ABI.

Because McMullan does not have any access to AROS-SVN, he has published his changes as seperate download. The archive includes several changes to the AROS-code, patches for GCC and E-UAE as well as a ROM-Image for the A1200.

Download: AROS-2010-10-09-m68k.tar.gz (319 KB) (cg) (Translation: dr)

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Hans Peter (ANF)

MorphOS 2.6 with Power-Mac-G4-support published
Press release The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the public release of MorphOS 2.6 introducing support of Power Mac G4 systems. In addition to the extended hardware support, existing users will benefit from various bug fixes and a few new features. For an overview of the included changes, please read our Release Notes.

We strongly urge owners of Power Mac computers to carefully read our installation and troubleshoot guides before they attempt to install MorphOS for the first time. Existing users can upgrade via the familiar procedure but are encouraged to read the guides as well. MorphOS 2.6 is available for download in our files section. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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