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claude

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best way to emulate classic 68k?
« on: December 06, 2018, 10:10:09 PM »
I have images of my old Amiga A500+ hard drive (.hdf files), and my original kickstart 2 ROM image files too.  What's the best way to run them from AROS?  Alternatively, what's the best way to run them from 64bit GNU/Linux?

I have Icaros Light installed on an old laptop, and can transfer files on FAT32 USB stick.  My .hdf are less than 1GB.

My main aim is actually to get OctaMED SoundStudio running again, so I can import my old modules and sample library, and re-export the modules with the samples embedded instead of just having references to the sample library...

(I have my original OctaMED CDROM somewhere, and have downloaded the NSM patched main binary that enables plugins and avoids need for CD to be inserted at program launch).

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Re: best way to emulate classic 68k?
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2018, 05:36:53 PM »
Have you tried FS-UAE under Linux?  Also, maybe the Maestrix add-on from the Aminet may be useful for redirecting audio to AHI for use with MaestroPro sound card emulation and the UAEsound driver.

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Re: best way to emulate classic 68k?
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2018, 09:04:31 PM »
I have images of my old Amiga A500+ hard drive (.hdf files), and my original kickstart 2 ROM image files too.  What's the best way to run them from AROS?  Alternatively, what's the best way to run them from 64bit GNU/Linux?

I have Icaros Light installed on an old laptop, and can transfer files on FAT32 USB stick.  My .hdf are less than 1GB.

My main aim is actually to get OctaMED SoundStudio running again, so I can import my old modules and sample library, and re-export the modules with the samples embedded instead of just having references to the sample library...

(I have my original OctaMED CDROM somewhere, and have downloaded the NSM patched main binary that enables plugins and avoids need for CD to be inserted at program launch).
You have two options. Either use Janus-UAE or Janus-UAE2 which is a port of WinUAE being still worked on by O1i. You shouldn't have any issue at all to transder your HDF files with a USB pendrive. On Janus interface, however, you will have to specify the hdf filename by hand because, you see, there is no "browse" button to enter them.

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Re: best way to emulate classic 68k?
« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2018, 12:56:44 AM »
claude, with WinUAE you can mount any periphery (Hardisk, Pendrive, SD) both if formatted FAT32 or FFS/SFS/PFS.
Once this is done, you can copy the files where you think best.

WinUAE:Mount - Dismount Two SD FAT32 (test video)


On Windows there are also programs (filemanager) that manages .hdf (see screenshot)