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GENERAL AMIGA
A listing of General Amiga info sites that don't quite fit into any other category. Plus some REAL odd ball's!

  "The QuadDoubler" Created by Sonnet
  Author: BlackSun Studios   Date Verified:
  A very informative article written about the Sonnet Quaddoubler used with the Amiga!
     
 
  .AmiUpdate
  Author: .AmiUpdate   Date Verified:
  Welcome to .AmiUpdate the premiere Amiga Info Station. The Amiga has got great times ahead, and for this reason, we need to have as many and competetive news sites as possible. .Amiupdate has already proven that it can deliver what it has promised, and now, with a new layout, you should all find the information you are looking for in a flash. ***Old Site***
     
 
  A1200 Hardware FAQ
  Author: Warren Block   Date Verified:
  After putting together a much fancier document for the A4000 (the Amiga 4000 Hardware Guide), it was suggested that something similar was needed for the A1200. Additionally, I kept seeing the same questions asked over and over in comp.sys.amiga.hardware, and it seemed like a FAQ might help both those asking and answering the questions. Maybe it'll just change all the answers to say "Read the FAQ, you moron." Nah. Amiga people are more polite than that. They'd say "PLEASE read the FAQ, you moron.
     
 
  Abox
  Author: Alf Inge Wang   Date Verified:
  This is not an official Phase5 page. I have just assembled some information from different home-pages about Phase 5 Amiga Clone project (now called A\box)
     
 
  Adventureland
  Author: Adventureland   Date Verified:
  This site tries to list all adventure games (interactive fiction) produced over the years. When I say "adventure", I mean text adventures and their graphical decendants, but I don't include RPGs. For a more detailed description of what's included here and not, see the FAQ. Adventureland is located at http://www.if-legends.org/~adventure/. Besides there is a mirror maintained by Hans Persson. if-legends.org is a non-commercial project devoted to adventure games. If you have comments on the layout or find bugs in it, please let me know about it. If you are interested in getting mail each time these pages are updated, you can subscribe here.
     
 
  Amiga 4000 Hardware Guide
  Author: Warren Block   Date Verified:
  The BEST guide for just about EVERYTHING about the Amiga 4000. GREAT!!!!!!!
     
 
  Amiga @ FAQ's.org
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A Listing of Amiga FAQ's at FAQ's.org. Networking, UUCP, AmiTCP, Amosic, Books, CD32, Games and more!!
     
 
  Amiga Blast
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Amiga Blast. The First Italian Web Magazine. Since 1995.. Many Tutorials. Interviews. Looks old.
     
 
  Amiga DOS online reference manual
  Author: ADOS ORM   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the NEW HOME of The Amiga DOS online reference manual. Here you will find comprehensive guides to The Amiga Operating System and ARexx scripting language along with technical specifications on the Amiga line of computers, the latest Internet applications for the Amiga, Mirror sites for two of the leading Amiga software developers Phantom Development and Finale Development, and a jump point to other exciting Amiga oriented web sites on the World Wide Web.
     
 
  Amiga Games Database
  Author: Angus Manwaring and Dennis Smith   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Amiga Games Database. It's purpose is to provide Amiga games players with an informed but subjective opinion on a wide range of games. A vast amount of Amiga titles have been written, some of them more than a decade ago. We've all come across some awful software in our time, but for many of us, there's a surprising quantity of undiscovered classic Amiga games out there. The AGDB is here to help you identify them. Almost 900 reviews!!!
     
 
  Amiga Hardware Database
  Author: Amiga Hardware Database   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Amiga Hardware Database, the ultimate Amiga hardware guide by Alex Lupták. It's the right place for those who are preparing to buy used or new Amiga hardware and want to see the whole range of supply and compare the capabilities and performances of the different models and expansion cards. This site contains exclusively precise and detailed descriptions, high-resolution photographs and informative benchmarks, which really makes it the right place!
     
 
  Amiga Hints
  Author: Robert Davis   Date Verified:
  Lots of Amiga Hardware hints, tips and links!
     
 
  Amiga History
  Author: Gjoran   Date Verified:
  Nice page with the history of the Amiga.
     
 
  Amiga History Guide
  Author: Gareth Knight   Date Verified:
  The DEVINATINE GUIDE to the Amiga. Information on EVERY system, Chipset, Amiga history Unreleased systems and MORE!!! A++++ INCREDIBLE SITE!!!!
     
 
  Amiga Inc.'s Home Page
  Author: Amiga Inc.   Date Verified: 2015-01-31
  Amiga's Home Page.. What else is there to say??
     
 
  Amiga Model Listing
  Author: Michael Nielsen   Date Verified:
  A page with information on the various Aimga models.
     
 
  Amiga Networking FAQ
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  The primary purpose of a FAQ is to preserve network bandwidth by answering Frequently Asked Questions. A FAQ's second purpose is to provide an altruistic public service to users and vendors. The Amiga Guide version of this FAQ is available on Aminet in the /pub/aminet/docs/help directory. Due to the method I'm using to write the FAQ, marking the margins to indicate new material is not feasible. Look for new questions towards the end of each list. Also look for ""!!!!"", strings of exclamation points represent new material or news flashes. Date 12/15/96
     
 
  Amiga One
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  The AmigaOne is the first new Amiga specified product in over six years. Running the revolutionary new Amiga Digital Environment (DE), it represents the first step on our road to redefining the digital revolution. Targeted at those who require high performance and comprehensive functionality with an enjoyable computing experience, it is designed to be a perfect platform for both the creation and consumption of digital content, whether that be for home users, software developers, games players, artists, musicians, content producers or businesses.
     
 
  Amiga pages
  Author: Adam Atkinson   Date Verified:
  Well, The Amigados Reference Manual makes my feeble pages look rather silly, so you should probably look at that first, or as well. Broadly speaking, there are currently two things here: Introductory stuff about the Amiga operating system and Useful utilities
     
 
  Amiga Patch List
  Author: Mark Knibbs   Date Verified:
  This file contains a list of various patches for commercial Amiga software, to remove manual- and disk-based copy-protection. It is freely distributable. There are The 144 programs covered in this release
     
 
  Amiga Products
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A complete listing of all the products from Amiga!!!
     
 
  Amiga Program Combatibility Chart
  Author: Amiga Program Combatibility Chart   Date Verified:
  A indexed chart of many Amiga Programs and their compatibility on various Amiga's and versions of the OS.
     
 
  Amiga Schematics and Manuals
  Author: 4wd   Date Verified:
  Scanned schematics and manuals for the A1000, A2060, A2065, A2232, A3000, A500, A501, A600, A1084, A1701, A1902, A2002 and the CD32.
     
 
  Amiga Security page
  Author: Robert Davis   Date Verified:
  A page dedicated to keepinf the Amiga safe in the net.
     
 
  Amiga Software Development Kit
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Amiga will change the way we use cell phones, computers, and other information appliances by removing the barriers between different computing systems. The Amiga SDK 1.01 is the first step to creating applications that are indifferent to the underlying hardware or software platform.
     
 
  Amiga stuff for newbies
  Author: Adam Atkinson's   Date Verified:
  Be warned that this page is changing quite fast at the moment - I have a long list of things I want to add to it. It's likely to get into a bit of a mess from time to time until I work out what order to say things in. The Amiga Utilities page will tell you where to find a variety of fundamental Amiga utilities. Some of them, such as lha and installer, are simply vital, and a number of others have effectively become standard parts of the operating system - I should think very few serious Amiga users don't have reqtools.library
     
 
  AMIGA TESTING ROUTINE
  Author: Bert. Pearce   Date Verified:
  The Amiga system of self testing is a complicated set of routines, which it must go through before you can do any work on it. During the system test the Amiga is attempting to let you know if the system is well. These procedures respond automatically every time you boot up.
     
 
  Amiga Transactor Archive Page
  Author: Redskull   Date Verified:
  This page is designed to be an archive of articles from the long defunct "Amiga Transactor" magazine. While probably no longer relevant in terms of the direction that the current AMIGA system is heading, these articles do contain some very in-depth info on the Classic Amigas, in many cases written by the hardware designers/programmers themselves. Click on the pics for a scan of the mags, or the links underneath for the articles. Only a couple of articles are online at the moment, but as I get the chance I plan to OCR quite a few more. If you have any copies of old "Transactor" mags that you would like to see added to this archive, send me an email. If anybody objects to these articles being available online, likewise.
     
 
  Amiga University
  Author: Kevin Orme   Date Verified:
  AU Worldwide Amiga News. Welcome to the Worldwide Amiga News page. If you have a new site to add to our list, please email us with the URL and we'll add it to this page. Despite what the press may say, there are a LOT of these sites and most are kept pretty current, enjoy!
     
 
  Amiga Video Toaster / Flyer FAQ
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Amiga Video Toaster FAQ Index, Flyer FAQ Index, VT/F LightWave FAQ Index
     
 
  Amiga-FAQ
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A VERY LARGE FAQ on the Amiga!
     
 
  Amiga.org
  Author: Wayne Hunt   Date Verified:
  Earth's premier source of Amiga information!!! What else could I add??
     
 
  Amiga: The Computer That Wouldn't Die
  Author: Paul Wallich   Date Verified:
  The IEEE spectrum article on the Amiga. Professional publication doing a pofessional article!!
     
 
  AmigaAnywhere Tutorial - Part 1
  Author: Nicolas Mendoza   Date Verified:
  Ok, first off, there are several reasons why I'm writing this. Firstly because I've missed something like this myself, secondly I know a lot of you guys want to code for AmigaAnywhere but haven't because you think it's difficult getting started programming for AmigaAnywhere. Maybe because you haven't programmed before. Maybe you're too lazy to read a lot of documents just to get started. Look for Part 2!
     
 
  AmigaCentre.co.uk
  Author:   Date Verified:
  This site will eventually be a huge source of information for the Amiga Community. The links section has quite a few links already, and the articles page has some imformation, mainly useful to newcomers to the Amiga scene. The box on the left to search Aminet also works, and I have uploaded two Workbench wallpapers to the pics section. We are now also a member of the AmigaRing and have our own forums.
     
 
  AmigaDos Online reference Manual
  Author: MrAmiga   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the The Amiga DOS online reference manual. This site is always under construction so please excuse the mess while this site settles in to its new home. Here you will find comprehensive guides to The Amiga Operating System and ARexx scripting language along with technical specifications on the Amiga line of computers, the latest Internet applications for the Amiga, Mirror sites for two of the leading Amiga software developers Phantom Development and Finale Development, and a jump point to other exciting Amiga oriented web sites on the World Wide Web. I would like to thank Mark R. Buechler for hosting this site and getting me away from my old ISP.
     
 
  Amigan Software
  Author: Amigan Software   Date Verified:
  This is Amigan Software's official website. Amigan Software are based in Canberra, Australia and are committed to the continuing development of quality Amiga software. The most recent releases of our software are always available online here. Authors of Worm Wars - Worm based game, Report+ - A freeware ReAction-based utility with many functions, Saga - This is a conversion of the 1981 TSR boardgame "Saga: Age of Heroes", for up to 6 players, and quite a few Amiga related books availiable for download.
     
 
  AmigaOS.com
  Author: AmigaOS.com   Date Verified:
  Explore our knowledge and vision on OS / Interfacing to the Amiga community including AmigaInc. Keep the Classic Amiga's up-to-date. - Will come in the future. Interaction between user and developper. - We wan't to know what you whould like to see in an OS. Bring back the Amiga where it was or better.
     
 
  AmigArt
  Author: Guvenc Kaplan   Date Verified:
  A GREAT site for Amiga news and information.
     
 
  Amigas at Disney
  Author: Jason Comptom   Date Verified:
  A link to the Amiga's being used at the "Happest place on earth." Might be a bit dataed."
     
 
  AmiHelp
  Author: Fred   Date Verified:
  What is #AmiHelp? #AmiHelp is a channel on the ArcNET IRC servers. So What is #AmiHelp for? #AmiHelp is a channel for help with computer problems, both hardware and software. Mainly to do with Amiga computers, but if anyone on the channel has a problem with any other system... We will do our best to answer them. Guides for setting up/configuring/running various programs
     
 
  AmiHoo!com
  Author: AmiHoo   Date Verified:
  Great site for Amiag news and information. Lots of links!!
     
 
  Andy McFadden's CD-Recordable FAQ
  Author: Andy McFadden   Date Verified:
  A GREAT source of inofrmation on CD-R. Some info on Amiga CD Utilities.
     
 
  BlizzardPPC overclock place
  Author: Giorgio Signori   Date Verified:
  GREAT site to find articles, beachmarks and information about overclocking your PPC.
     
 
  CAPS
  Author: CAPS   Date Verified:
  CAPS. Classic Amiga Preservation Society. CAPS, the Classic Amiga Preservation Society, as the name implies, dedicates itself to the preservation for the future of classic Amiga software, namely classic Amiga games. As it is, these games are abandoned and in possession of mainly an ever diminishing community or well willed collectors. These games are detrimentally affected by the passage of time by their storing media, and these Amiga classics, a big part of gaming history, risk being lost forever in the near future. This tragedy must be prevented. CAPS main objective is to guarantee the preservation of such an important part of computer gaming history.
     
 
  Catweasel-FAQ
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Frequently Asked Questions about the Catweasel Controller. Last modified: 22 Nov. 97
     
 
  Chris' LightWave Benchmarks
  Author: Chris Blanos   Date Verified:
  A constantly growing database of computer systems benchmarked using NewTek's LightWave 3D. Currently featuring 2710 benchmarks! **WOW**
     
 
  Classic AmigaOS Emulation - A Guide for WinUAE
  Author: Mike Bouma   Date Verified:
  As Amiga Inc is about to re-enter the computer arena with new AmigaOS4 powered desktop systems as well as with 3rd party embedded products utilizing AmigaDE technology pre-installed, there are a growing number of people who wonder what an advanced classic AmigaOS currently offers. This was an important reason for me to write a simple to understand WinUAE tutorial, so this would hopefully help interested people with setting up a fun and easy to use emulated AmigaOS environment on widely available mainstream Windows computers. This article also includes many WinUAE screenshots and information on acquiring and using freely available software.
     
 
  Clockmeister's Amiga Page
  Author: Clockmeister's Amiga Page   Date Verified:
  Contains Schematics and scanned manuals for the A590, A1060, A500, A2000, A1200, A4000 and info on the DKB MegaChip 2000/500. Plus A1000 hacks.
     
 
  Computer Graphics
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Papers On Computer Graphics
     
 
  CU AMIGA Magazine
  Author: Joachim Froholt   Date Verified:
  This is an index of reviews, previews and features in CU-Amiga. As you see, it's unfinished, and if you can help make it complete, we'd greatly appreciate it. The index has been created by Seppo Typpö, Angus Manwaring and Joachim Froholt. Missing: Everything before Sept 1990.
     
 
  demo.guide
  Author: Dreyer   Date Verified:
  What is this guide? The Demo.Guide is kind of an encyclopedia covering demos for the Amiga. All demos in The Guide has it's own review, information about authors, size, requirements, etc., and rating. How come there are no links to other sites? If you want links there are 1000 of other sites you can choose from, if you want demo information you don't want to leave this site!
     
 
  Dictionary of Programming Languages
  Author: Neal Ziring   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Dictionary of Programming Languages, a compendium of computer coding methods assembled to provide information and aid your appreciation for computer science history. The dictionary currently has over 120 entries.
     
 
  Digital Camera
  Author: Wouter Lamée   Date Verified:
  Having recently acquired a digital camera, I have been plowing my way through the minefield of digital camera connectivity with non PC/Mac systems, the Amiga in this case. There are quite a few ways to do it, some cheap, some expensive. Most cameras can be made to work one way or another. I'm not going to add any non-Amiga specific camera info on this page. GREAT PAGE!!!
     
 
  DracoNet
  Author: DracoNet   Date Verified:
  Information, support and links for the Draco computer, Macrosystem Vlab, Draco Vision and Movie Shop.
     
 
  Evolt.org
  Author: Evolt.org   Date Verified:
  The evolt.org Web Design Directory is a huge collection of links relating to web design and development. Complete with a dedicated AmigaOS category. Evolt.org is a world community for web developers promoting the mutual free exchange of ideas, skills and experiences.
     
 
  Fellow Discussion Board
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Discussion board dedicated to Fellow - the Amiga Emulator.
     
 
  GAGE - Golden Amiga Games Encyclopedia
  Author: Dr.Zarkov   Date Verified:
  The Golden (or Great, Growing, Glossy, Galvanic ;-) Amiga Games Encyclopedia originally started in AmigaGuide form with the goal to list all Amiga Games that were compatible with AGA and 68020+ Amigas. But, because so much games didn't work on upgraded machines, I (Dr.Zarkov) started testing them with all kind of degrading tools and added this information to the guide. After some time I showed the Guide to a friend who offered to create a website for it. Since that time the GAGE has grown enormously; instead of just sticking to the compatibility information I have added publisher information, cheats, docs, walktroughs and screenshots to all games…
     
 
  Guides to the Amiga
  Author: Peter J. Hutchinson   Date Verified:
  If you want to find more information about the Amiga, Workbench, AmigaOS, Hardware and certain Amiga applications, check out my Guides below. HTML, AmigaGuide and PDF versions are supplied for most of them. This website is the home of Epson, HP and other printer drivers and also guides on Workbench and aspects of Workbench and the UAE Emulation FAQ. Also includes Windows FAQs and Guides as well.
     
 
  History of the Amiga
  Author: Manos Monstantiniadis   Date Verified:
  Detailed History of the Amiga Starting in 1982 to 1996
     
 
  Improving Your Amiga's Performance
  Author: dhomas trenn   Date Verified:
  Optimization for Accelerators. The Tale of the Oxyron, the Cyber and the Matthias
     
 
  Intent/DE Tutorials
  Author: Nextgen Developments   Date Verified:
  Tutorial Section. Below are a selection of tutorials written for the AmigaSDK. They are intended as a resource to help others who might be learning to program the AmigaSDK, but keep in mind that the author of this site is not an employee of either Tao or Amiga,inc and as such may have made mistakes.
     
 
  Made on Amiga
  Author: MoA   Date Verified:
  Made on Amiga is currently closed. Don't worry though we will be back. A couple of months ago we started to have problems with the ISP that hosts the database, We have now signed up with a new ISP and rather than just migrate everything over to the new servers like we are doing with the other GonMad sites, we have decided to give MoA a bit of special treatment.
     
 
  Neal's Java Page
  Author: Neal Ziring   Date Verified:
  Java is an object-oriented programming language promulgated by Javasoft (a part of Sun Microsystems). I've been programming in Java since it was first released to the public, and teaching the language on-and-off for about three years. You can find out more about me on my professional page.
     
 
  Networking the Amiga to PC
  Author: SIXIS   Date Verified:
  If you need Amiga to PC networking solutions you should read here.
     
 
  Next Generation Amiga Hardware & Software Guide
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A comprehensive list of hardware compatible (or not) with the Amiga One. Listed by Device, Manufacture, Category Type, AOS4 Status and Linux Status.
     
 
  No Amiga To Waste
  Author: G.Bevin   Date Verified:
  DESCRIPTION OF THE SITE'S PURPOSE. PROBLEMS:A lot of commercial software houses have left the Amiga society and less 'state of the art' programs are released. Inspired and skilled programmers have become rare 'cause a lot moved over to other systems. Public Domain authors tend to have a strange habit of 're'-programming the same software tools over and over again. CONCLUSION:Make sure that every programming effort provides a final product that is useful, original, easy to use and up to date. SOLUTION: An online database that collects ideas, comments and wishes of the users. The contents can be freely consulted as long as every programmer reports what idea he's working on and how the development progresses.
     
 
  Official AmigaOS 3.9 FAQ
  Author: Greg Donner   Date Verified:
  This FAQ is meant to provide answers to frequent questions regarding OS 3.9 and it's usage. I welcome all suggestions/feedback to this site. Constructive criticism is also accepted. Please note, however, that due to the large amount of e-mail I receive daily from the OS 3.5 & 3.9 mailing lists, as well as e-mail to me directly, I may not always be able to add as many entries as some would like. These pages are intended as a means of answering the most common questions or those pertinent to most OS 3.9 users
     
 
  Operating System Technical Comparison
  Author: Milo   Date Verified:
  Overview: This web site compares and contrasts operating systems. It originally started out on a small server in the engineering department of Ohio State University to answer a single question: On technical considerations only, how does Rhapsody (also known as Mac OS X Server) stack up as a server operating system (especially in comparison to Windows NT)? The web site now compares and contrasts server operating systems and will in the near future expand to compare other kinds of operating systems.
     
 
  OS 3.9 NEWS
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Amiga's New Classic OS page
     
 
  Peta's Amiga Page
  Author: Peta   Date Verified:
  How to connect your Amiga to the internet. Older information.
     
 
  Peter's Amiga Home Page
  Author: Peter Hutchinson   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Web resource for Amiga, PC and Mac covering printers, Emulation, Workbench and Amiga hardware. Lot's of guides and other information!!
     
 
  ProAc
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Those of you who are Amiga owners - so fortunate and so few - can find most anything you need by following one or another of the linx on this here page. When you find whatever you're looking for, you can download it (of course while that's going on you can shove the screen in the background and do Cool Stuff in multitasking peace). By the way, let's all congratulate MicroSoft for Windows95. Finally, they managed to make PCs do at least SOME of the stuff that Amigas and Macs were doing 10 years ago - and with only 1000% of the RAM, and HD space. Great marketing job, Bill!
     
 
  Programming Textfiles: The Amiga
  Author: Jason Scott   Date Verified:
  RJ Mical, and the Rise and Fall of Amiga Computer Inc. It was hard for me not to go completely over the top for the Commodore Amiga when I became aware of it in 1985. Here was a machine incredible graphics, stunning sound, amazing games, and a general sense that the thing could do most anything. I wasn't the only one; Amigas are still in use to this day for professional graphics work and video editing. But at the time, it just changed everything. Here's some files discussing the minutae of being a programmer on the Amiga.
     
 
  Quick'n dirty English translation of the Cat weasel
  Author: Tobias Haustein   Date Verified:
  Quick'n dirty English translation of the readme.txt file, by Jens Schoenfeld ( sysop@nostlgic.oche.de Mar98 ).
     
 
  Randy Finch's Home Page
  Author: Randy Finch   Date Verified:
  Randy's Amiga computer programs and Amazing Computing / Amiga articles.
     
 
  REXX Information
  Author: REXX Information   Date Verified:
  This page is a repository for information on the REXX programming language.
     
 
  Technical Notes…
  Author: Calum Tsang   Date Verified:
  Various links on computer information. Networking, Sony monitors and more.
     
 
  Testfiles.com
  Author: Jason Scott   Date Verified:
  On the face of things, we seem to be merely talking about text-based files, containing only the letters of the English Alphabet (and the occasional punctuation mark). On deeper inspection, of course, this isn't quite the case. What this site offers is a glimpse into the history of writers and artists bound by the 128 characters that the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) allowed them. The focus is on mid-1980's textfiles and the world as it was then, but even these files are sometime retooled 1960s and 1970s works, and offshoots of this culture exist to this day.
     
 
  The .ADF (Amiga Disk File) format FAQ
  Author: Laurent Clévy   Date Verified:
  This document describes the .ADF file format. An Amiga Disk File is a sector per sector dump of an Amiga formatted disk. The intent is to explain in detail how the Amiga stores files and directories on floppy and hard disks. A set of C routines (ADFlib) will be supplied to manage the ADF format.
     
 
  The Big Old Chip List (Amiga Custom Chips)
  Author: RCR   Date Verified:
  Way back in 1989, when I worked for one of the many CBM divisions, I kept a paper that had a list of custom chips that I ran across in my work. The list got a lot of requests and kept growing. When CBM went under I moved the list over to AmigaGuide. It is a simple idea. It is a AmigaGuide sorted by the chip name and its function. Within that there is information on the full chip name, CBM Part Number and Machines used in. The guide covers machines from A500 to A4000T (and AA3000/A3000+) and CDTV(II) to CD32. OCS to AAA chipsets. Cards such as Gemini & A2631.
     
 
  The CD-Info CD/DVD FAQ Link Page
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A page of links for CD/DVD information
     
 
  The Commodore Billboard
  Author: Soren Ladegaard   Date Verified:
  The Commodore Billboard was launched in September 2000, and has now been established as the Internet's most comprehensive archive of Commodore marketing material. Currently the archive features material in 10 languages including both adverts, brochures, sponsorship photos, promotional items and last but certainly not least TV & radio commercials. GREAT!!!!
     
 
  The Comp.Sys.Amiga.Games FAQ
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  This document will hopefully answer some of the frequently asked questions so well that the questions stop becoming frequent, which will allow us to concentrate on discussing games instead of frequently answering frequently asked questions. Yes. If your question is about UAE, then the answer is definitely to be found in this FAQ! Read section 1. All of it! Thanks :-) And if you think it is okay to post binaries here, read section 4a! (quick answer: It is NOT)
     
 
  The Crypt
  Author: Webmaster   Date Verified:
  Long running Amiga related computer magazine. Various articles and interviews.
     
 
  THE KICKSTART ARCHIVES
  Author: THE KICKSTART ARCHIVES   Date Verified:
  A very complete listing of the Amiga's history, people, machines, clones, the OS, Peripherials and more. Some links don't work.
     
 
  The Rexx Language
  Author: Mike Cowlishaw   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Rexx Language page at IBM Hursley. This page links to documents relating to the Rexx, Object Rexx, and NetRexx programming languages (so what's NetRexx?), gleaned from many sources. Here you will find the latest news, tutorials and other information about the languages, a list of Rexx implementations, links to the Rexx Language Association and the Rexx ANSI standard, and a list of links to other Rexx-related sites.
     
 
  The UnOfficial GVP-M A4060/A2060 Page
  Author: Greg Donner   Date Verified:
  I've started this page in an effort to find and provide other GVP-M A4060/A2060 users with as many answers and resources as possible for these unsupported and mysterious 68060 accelerator cards for the Amiga 4000 and 2000 respectively. On June 9, 1999, I bought a refurbished Amiga 4000 (desktop) from Software Hut that came pre-configured with a GVP-M A4060 accelerator. Although the A4060 is a good accelerator, I have encountered some bugs and limitations that I am hoping my hosting this page will solve.
     
 
  Tips for Amiga programming
  Author: Tips for Amiga programming   Date Verified:
  I have searched the web for simple programming tips for newcomers on C and Amiga, but haven't found much. So here it is: My very own knowledge database :-) All sources are complete programs and have been succesfully compiled with SAS/C 6.58. Note that unless specified the sources are only tested with WB 3.1 KS 3.1 on a A4000 with a CV64/3D graphic-card. They are not prepared to be started from Workbench. Have you a specific question about C or C on Amiga, don't hesitate to mail me. Note that I only use SAS/C so I can't answer any questions about other compilers.
     
 
  Unofficial Amiga Mediator support website
  Author: Sam Thomas   Date Verified:
  Home to the (unofficial) Amiga Mediator support website. Everything you ever need to know or wanted for your Mediator. Very nice page!!
     
 
  Unofficial AmigaOS 3.5 FAQ
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  This FAQ is not meant to replace the "official" version at www.amiga.com. It is an addition to provide answers to questions that appeared on the mailing list too often or are simply worth being mentioned in a FAQ. Originally collected and compiled by: Alex. Original AmigaGuide version created by: Palle Larsen. HTML version created, and AmigaGuide version maintained by: Gregory Donner
     
 
  WaveGuide
  Author: waveguige   Date Verified:
  WaveGuide - Inspiration for LightWave amatures, starters and wannabes. Welcome to the WaveGuide website! It's all about LightWave3D from a hobbyist's perspective. If this isn't your first visit, thank you for returning and providing valued encouragement. If you've already downloaded one or more of my animations, you should check the latest 'More Info' links on the Downloads page. These have advice on getting the best performance.
     
 
  WEB SITE CONSTRUCTION DETAILS
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  WEB SITE CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. The Laser Stars site was created with an Amiga model A4000, a 68040 based computer. This page will discuss mostly construction details and web authoring with amigas. For a more complete introduction, Randy Finch wrote a series of 8 articles in Amazing Computing / Amiga on 'Web Typesetting'.
     
 
  Welcome to the Amiga Games Hit Parade !
  Author: David "Daff" Brunet   Date Verified:
  Amiga Games Hit Parade is an fully independent project for games on the Amiga platform. Our objective is triple : Discover, month after month, the ranking of the best Amiga games according to the Amiga users. - Try to influence coders to make games wished by gamers. - Reward best Amiga games every year.
     
 
  Welcome to the official Amiga Samba page
  Author: AmigaSamba   Date Verified:
  the Definitave giuge for configuring Samba on the Amiga. Step by step instructions to show you how to network an Amiga with a PC!! GREAT SITE!!!!
     
 
  Why Amiga?
  Author: Greg Donner   Date Verified:
  What is the Amiga, and how is it different from my PC? ** GREAT ARTICLE!!! **
     
 
  Workbench Nostalgia
  Author: Gregory Donner   Date Verified:
  Information about past releases of Workbench is becoming increasingly hard to find. In response, this page is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the interesting and valuable history of the Amiga's Workbench. From 1.0- 3.9 and all 23 versions in between, screen shots and interesting facts. WOW!!!
     
 
  Young Monkey's Amiga Articles
  Author: Young Monkey   Date Verified:
  Beyond the Four Gigabyte Barrier, Language translation, Fonts, Fonts, Fonts, Improving Your Amiga's Performance, A Look At Fragmentation, Software Installation: Things To Know, Solving The GURU, Video A/B, Cs.., The Future of Amiga Audio and more!!!
     
 
  Your Guide to AmigaOne
  Author: AmigFlame   Date Verified:
  Your Guide to AmigaOne. The final preparations are being worked out which will see the next generation Amiga known as AmigaOne make its official debut. Bill McEwen outlined in his latest Executive Update that there is a need to now properly plan, budget, and order for the production of the AmigaOne. To determine how many Amiga users want to get their hands on the new Amiga they want users to purchase a $50.00 coupon from the Amiga Anywhere Shop. This coupon will entitle you to $50 off the price of AmigaOne/ AmigaOS 4.0. However, before Amiga users bust open their piggy banks I thought it would be appropriate to provide a guide to AmigaOne, so you'll better understand the gains of becoming an AmigaOne user.
     
 
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