AIAB r10.7 Beta 9
is just a labour of love to resurrect from the graveyard the first Amiga
emulation distro/pack ever called “Amiga In A Box” or just “AIAB”.
is an updated version of the last Amiga In A Box package (r10.6), it respects its former philosophy but
attempts to upgrade and bugfix what was inside there. This release is just
my beta test, which means it may contain lots of bugs innacuracies and
mistakes, but at least it runs a little bit modernized.
not make any radical changes and went conservative about the updates I
applied. So no fancy new features unless they come in a new version of some
former software which was already included (Some particular exceptions
apply though, like including PeterK´s IconLib, for example).
Requirements remain mostly the same:
3.0 or 3.1
3.0 or 3.1 floppy disk
MB of memory (of any kind, as long as it adds up to that amount in total)
29 MB of free HDD space
Picasso96 compatible graphics card
AmigaOS 3.5 and 3.9 have not been tested and should not work (at least not
since AIAB r10.6:
46.4 (46.4.465 supports OS4 icons. So no need for resource hungry AfAOS for
4.3 (required by Annotate)
41.5 -> 41.8 (with compatibility fixes in rtg.library
2.0 -> 2.1e
1.46 -> 1.48
0.65 -> 0.70
4.16 > 4.17pre2
16.4 -> 18.3
1.3.22 -> 1.3.3 with getmhz check enabled to support ACA accelerators
2.29 -> 3.35
2.12 -> 2.15
6.6 -> 6.7
39.2 -> 40.6
44.2 -> 46.5
47.1 -> 47.2
1.0 -> 1.2
2.2 -> 2.6
10.8.6 -> 10.11
MUI custom classes are now installed by default and updated to their latest
two "safe" MUI fix patches: muimaster020v5 + DC-VLmui.
5 demo -> Annotate 3.0.1 (GoldEd was a restricted outdated demo version.
Annotate is free and supported)
45.9 -> Cloanto PNG DataType 43.3 (Replacement required to properly
display png menu images. WarpPNG was failing). Thank you Cloanto !
45.5 -> jfifdt 44.7.m1 (supports HAM, free and open source)
TODO LIST AND MENTAL NOTES:
Help has empty submenus. Another Jaybee leftover.
3.1 has a nagging shareware requester. :(
an updated Internet pack
have limited time left in my daily life, and have many other Amiga and
personal stuff that comes first, so I cannot promise I will keep updating
and fixing it much longer. But I will do my best to help anyone that wants
to continue this endeavour.
you Jaybee for all the good old times :)
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