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  (GO64! Homepage)
  Author: GO64   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the homepage of the C64/128 magazine with disk by the CSW publishing house. Update on the English Go64! editorial staff. At the end of January 2002, we have built up a mailinglist for the new Commodore World/Go64! editorial staff. About 20 volunteers intend to bring up the new CW/Go64!-Magazine. If you want to join us, you may contact us here. From now on, we try to put a new editorial staff together which will act as something like a "autonomous" part of the Go64! and will edit and layout the magazine on its own (with the help of the German team, of course).
     
 
  16/32 Systems
  Author: 16/32 Systems   Date Verified:
  16/32 are one of the oldest Atari supporting companies around since 1991. We started with a PD Library and grew into a full time retail outlet supporting Atari, Amiga and PC. Now I have gone back to my roots and will keep supporting Atari whilst I work at my new job. This web site is divided in to 2 parts; 1). This area will be a general resource and information about Atari, Amiga and in general. Divided in 3 parts each ill contain links and info on all types of subjects 2). The Sales Catalogue. This is available through the links in each section but they go to a Online Web Sales Area (which again is still progressing). The catalogue is a programmed using Actinic which seems very easy to use... I hope. It is fully functional but you can obviously check by email or phone. Any credit card transfer is secured through Actinic 128bit protection and Zen.
     
 
  Amiga UNIX
  Author: Jose Miguel Gallego   Date Verified:
  Welcome to Commodore's Amiga UNIX Community. Created to share experiences with the Amiga UNIX Operating System. This site has been created with two objectives: 1. To salvage Commodore's Amiga Unix Operating System. 2. To exchange information about the installation and operation of Amiga UNIX.. We can talk about the other versions (LINUX and NetBSD) of UNIX for the Amiga but that would be at a later date. So, I hope we all have fun bringing back this great operating system to work, at least for us. GREAT!!!!
     
 
  Amithlon.net
  Author: Bernd Meyer   Date Verified:
  Welcome to amithlon.net. This is the website of the main Amithlon author. Here you will find all sorts of up-to-date news, as well as answers to hopefully all of your Amithlon questions. Amithlon is a low-level Amiga emulator for current x86 PCs. It provides very high performance CPU emulation, as well as a translation layer that lets AmigaOS use common PC hardware without the usual drawbacks of emulators. The philosophy behind the development of Amithlon was not to create an Amiga emulator that runs on top of some PC OS, but to turn a current PC into an Amiga. With Amithlon, AmigaOS is in the driver's seat, and directly controls all the hardware.
     
 
  AMIX
  Author: mark   Date Verified:
  The home for AMIX - Commodores take on UNIX. Information, tips and download the actual program!!!
     
 
  Apple I Owners Club
  Author: Joe Torzewski   Date Verified:
  While not Amiga related this is a GREAT SITE!! I would LOVE to have one of these!! The BEST place for Apple I information!!
     
 
  AROS - The Official Community Site
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  News & forum for AROS
     
 
  Austex Software
  Author: Austex Software   Date Verified:
  Austex Software was formed in 1990 by Stephen J.Smith and Paul N.Goulding. As Amiga fans, they started writing demos and software for this platform. Since then, Austex Software have been developing hardware and software for a new computer platform. The Nueron designs are based on Motorola ColdFire processors and include PAD (Personal Access Devices) and embedded microcontrollers. The operating system, NuOS, is free for use with ColdFire processors. The main purpose at this time, is to drive Nueron systems.
     
 
  CatWeasel MK3 PCI Linux Drivers
  Author: Dirk Jagdmann and Michael Stickel   Date Verified:
  This driver accesses the SID and joystick features of the CatWeasel MK3 PCI by Individual Computers. If you want to use the floppy features please use Michael Krauses Floppy CatWeasel Driver. If you are an SID expert and can help in improving our SID player or if you are an expert in patching software like sidplay, sidplay2, resid, vice, ec64, Frodo etc. and you want to add support for the CatWeasel SID driver into this software please contact me and let me know.
     
 
  Classic Computer Magazines Archive
  Author: CCMA   Date Verified:
  An OUTSTANDING site containing 88 issues of Antic, 42 issues of Start and 35 issues of Creative Computing!
     
 
  f**kMicrosoft.com
  Author: FMS   Date Verified:
  Despite it's name a very good source for MS info. Want to know what's in your index.dat file? GREAT list of atternate OS's on the page. Over 75+
     
 
  Frequently Asked Questions about QNX
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Informative FAQ on the QNX os.
     
 
  IYONIC
  Author: Castle Technology Ltd   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the IYONIX pc. The IYONIX pc is a new super fast desktop computer. At the heart of the machine is the powerful ARM® compatible Intel® XScale™ 80321 processor running at 600MHz. Combined with a powerful nVidia graphics card and running the unique RISC OS 5 operating system, the power and performance of the IYONIX pc is outstanding. We have compiled a series of pages that provide an in depth look at the features and benefits of the IYONIX pc. Please click on the buttons above for a guided tour.
     
 
  J.S.C.A.T.
  Author: Jacek Strzelczyk   Date Verified:
  Polish Amiga dealer and software developer.
     
 
  Jos. Bring your C64 into the 21st century
  Author: Jolse Maginnis   Date Verified:
  Jos is a new Operating System for the CMD SCPU and CommodoreONE. Small 16-bit Pre-emptive Multitasking Microkernel, TCP/IP, PPP, GUI, webserver and LOTS more OS.
     
 
  Lindows.com
  Author: Support   Date Verified:
  At the core of Lindows.com is LindowsOSTM, a new operating system that delivers the power, stability and cost-savings of Linux® with the ease of windows. LindowsOS is easy to experience because it supports popular Microsoft® Windows file types and runs certain Microsoft Windows compatible programs, providing a bridge to a new world of affordable computing.
     
 
  Linux APUS
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the Linux/APUS Website. Linux/APUS is the project that allows you to run Linux/PPC on PowerUP Amiga computer systems.
     
 
  MacSurfer
  Author: Editor-in-Chief   Date Verified:
  One of the BEST sources for Mac news, information, price shopping, links and more. Simple design allows fast loading!
     
 
  Matt Parsons AROS Page
  Author: Matt Parsons   Date Verified:
  AROS is an attempt to build from scratch an AmigaOS 3.1 clone. Up to now this has been a slow process, but finally we have a working operating system. There is a whole lot of stuff missing, like networking, sound drivers and things like that, but it does have a simple desktop and a fully functional command line. On an internal level we have followed AmigaOS, except where we can speed things up or make them more modular by using a custom built object oriented system. AmigaOS was really quite object oriented as it is, all we are doing is upgrading the parts Commodore never had time to do. Also our OS is portable across computer platforms.
     
 
  MaxUAE
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  MaxUAE is the Mac OS X version of UAE.
     
 
  MenuetOS
  Author: Ville Turjanmaa   Date Verified:
  MenuetOS is a cool OS written fully in 32 bit assembler. Thats why it's so fast and small. Menuet kernel with all applications fits a single 1.44 Mb floppy. But it is quite useable. MeOS supports 44 KHz stereo sound, 32-bit graphics up to 1280x1024, has quite good UI with mouse support.
     
 
  MenuetOS Dev Zone
  Author: dietermarfurt   Date Verified:
  MENUETOS is a new open source 32 bit multitasking GUI operating system by Ville Mikael Turjanmaa, designed for Intel x86 compatibles. It is very small, it fits on one 1.44 MB floppy disk. It is work in progress right now and not every piece of hardware is supported by now. However, it features an assembler IDE including a MENUETOS port of the famous Flat Assembler FASM. I use this page to release the things I've made for MENUETOS. Not a big lot ATM. FASM Projects I have made for the MENUET operating system: 3D maze and 3D engine.
     
 
  Moc-on-Linux
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  What Is Mac On Linux? Mac-on-Linux lets you run MacOS under Linux/ppc. MOL runs natively on the processor, i.e. it is very fast. Unlike most mac emulators, MOL can run MacOS 8.6 and later WITHOUT A ROM IMAGE.
     
 
  NetBSD/amiga
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  NetBSD/amiga is the port of NetBSD to the Amiga line of personal computers by Commodore and Amiga International, and to the DraCo by MacroSystem GmbH. Development activity on NetBSD/amiga continues at a speed dependent on people's spare time. Currently, NetBSD/amiga runs on any Amiga that has a Motorola 68020 or better CPU with some form of MMU, and on 68060 DraCos. For 68020 and 68030 systems, a FPU is recommended but not required. 68LC040, 68040V and 68LC060 systems don't work correctly at the moment.
     
 
  Omega Workbench
  Author: Rocklyte Systems   Date Verified:
  The Omega environment is based on Amiga OS 3.0, and is a perfect GUI emulation, supporting Amiga gadgets, scrollbars and draggable screens. It is one of the simplest and most elegant environments available, maintaining low resource usage without sacrificing usuability. If you need to run a simple Linux environment that has low memory usage, this is it.
     
 
  Phoenix Developer Consortium
  Author: greenboy   Date Verified:
  This site has been established as a central resource for all our developers, and to serve as the voice of the Phoenix Developer Consortium. Our intention is to establish a migration path to a new computing experience. By clearly defining the standards and specifications that Phoenix hardware and software developers will be using, we provide a common basis for individual members to proceed with their own development strategies. The Phoenix Developer Consortium is a meeting place and a tool for developers. It is dedicated to the purpose of allowing developers to work together to make the best use of the immense amount of talent wasted in today's computing world. No single developer can do all things well. Phoenix serves as a repository for common standards and methods, and as a source for code distribution. Phoenix provides legal, financial, and other services to developers at a low rate by obtaining these services in quantity. In short, Phoenix provides the means for developers to bring their product from initial conception all the way to the final package on the store shelves.
     
 
  PowerOS
  Author: PowerOS   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the pages that contain all the information concerning the new PowerPC native operating system called PowerOS. PowerOS is currently under development. With an expected release date in the beginning of the new year, it will bring the look, feel and efficiency of AmigaOS to a native PowerPC RISC chip processor - while taking into account and supporting all modern developments. More information can be found on the other pages. Contact addresses for any questions can be found on the "Contact" page.
     
 
  Project 64
  Author: Dean Thompson   Date Verified:
  Welcome to the new home page for Project 64, the most comprehensive source for Commodore Computer manuals on the internet!. Here you will find manuals for everything Commodore, from games to hardware. Browse to the Archive page to view the docs. If you experience any problems with the site or have any comments please contact me.
     
 
  RedHat 5.1 Linux- Now for your Amiga !!!
  Author: Webmaster   Date Verified:
  Introduction - This document set explains how to install and setup RedHat m68k Linux on your Amiga. I assume you have some experience with Linux, otherwise I recommend that you purchase any of the books written for newcomers to Linux- there are dozens of such books, most are very thick and include an (intel) Linux CDROM that doubles as a convenient drink coaster. If you are new to Linux, please take a few moments to browse the entire contents of this document set before charging into the install process. By doing so you will save yourself a lot of time and trouble.
     
 
  RKO
  Author: Jan Lund Thomsen   Date Verified:
  RKO: The definitive guide to C64 MP3 remakes showcases SID remixes. Experience new versions of classic tunes by Hubbard, Galway, Daglish, and others. Showcasing 1068 tunes by 316 arrangers.
     
 
  SIDPLAY Home Page
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  - A multi-platform C64 music player and SID chip emulator - Basically, SIDPLAY [1] is just an ordinary music player software. More specifically, SIDPLAY emulates the Sound Interface Device chip (MOS 6581, commonly called SID) and the Micro Processor Unit (MOS 6510) of the Commodore 64 [2] on your computer. It is a platform independent software which emulates these hardware components. Therefore it is able to load and execute C64 machine code programs which produce music or sound. In general these are independent fragments of code and data which have been ripped from games and demonstration programs and have been transferred directly from the C64. For the Amiga, BeOS, OS/2 Warp, win. Mac, Linux and others.
     
 
  UADE - Unix Amiga Delitracker Emulator
  Author: Heikki Orsila   Date Verified:
  About UADE: UADE plays old Amiga tunes through UAE emulation and cloned m68k-assembler Eagleplayer API. UADE is Open Source compatible with Free Software definition. UADE is licensed with GNU GPL. This software would not have been possible for us to produce without the great Free Software model which allowed us to make use of years of hard work of the UAE team. Most of the thanks goes to their pioneering work to build the necessary infrastructure, especially Bernd Schmidt, the initiator of UAE project.
     
 
  Unix Amiga Delitracker Emulator MorphOS port
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  A Delitracker Emulator Port for Unix Amiga and MorphOS
     
 
  UnixForum.net
  Author: UnixForum.net   Date Verified:
  A German website devoted to the Unix Operating system. News, downloads, FAQ's, forums and more!
     
 
  Virtual Programing
  Author: Virtual Programing   Date Verified:
  Virtual Programming Ltd develop products for the Macintosh and mobile/handheld devices. Our aim is to develop quality productivity and entertainment software for these markets.
     
 
  Winguide
  Author: Steven Mark Eckles   Date Verified:
  Winguide was written so that it is possible to download Amiga-guide files from the Internet to a PC. This file is shareware and has proved extremely popular!!
     
 
  yellowTAB New Generation BeOS Solutions
  Author: webmaster   Date Verified:
  For the past 15 months we have been working on getting BeOS back on track, and back to what it was intended to be: an operating system for desktop computers. An operating system like OS/2, Linux and Windows, not only a tool for development studies or just a professional system running a few tasks. We're talking about a system that's useable by both beginners and professionals alike. It simply means that yellowTAB intend to trace back the roots of BeOS.
     
 
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