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toeber2000
Nov 25, 2018

Amiga OS 3.9 and Classic Worbench on Pi3

3 comments

Hey... I was wondering if there is an " How to.." that can help me to run a Classic Workbench with the Amibian Emulator on Pi3. I made an .HDF File with WINUAE but no success on Pi3.

On videos I saw OS3.9 running on Pi, so must be somewhere a solution.

iron
Jan 3

Hello toeber...

 

Is your problem still current?

 

Usally there is no special trick.

Let me know if the problem persists, then together we will find a solution.

 

Greets from Germany IRoN / www.cpbbs,de

Phalkon13
Jan 14

I made a Amiga 1200 buildout for 3.9 in Amiga Forever / WinUAEand it worked fine in Amibian. I had to use a 3.5 to 3.9 upgrade to get it working though, and it does seem a bit slow on the bootup, but it is possible. Granted, it was at least a half a year ago so I can't give you a step-by-step, but can at least send you the UAE config file:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1dR34ND25W2w7wf7iz8yaOJmiq-g0LhyU

toeber2000
Jan 14

Hi and thanx for your help... I got an image from a friend that is awsome, this one is with everthing installed, it boots right away into the workbench...fantastic

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