Bruno 'BeWorld' Pelloile has just put online on MorphOS-Storage the port of last version of Bermuda Syndrome, a platform game. You play the role of Jack Thompson, a US Air Force pilot during World War II, who finds himself projected into a universe where you have to solve puzzles and fight dinosaurs to survive.
The publishing house A2 begins to distribute the second volume of the series in polish dedicated to the MorphOS system. This second part focuses on the presentation of the possibilities of the advanced functions of the system and the means to use useful software in the daily work. We will learn how to manage different file formats and file systems. We will check the features "Hidden ", so examine problematic situations such as system failures or the need for data recovery. The book also deals with the latest version of MorphOS 3.10. Separate chapters are dedicated to the launch of Amiga software, emulation, data exchange and compression, as well as the use of the ARexx and Lua scripting languages. Many functions have been described as part of their integration into the Ambient office. The book has 450 pages and is available in paper and electronic form.
An English translation should be available soon, to follow...
The first volume is available in english on this link.
Rimauro has just released a revised version of NetFS, a network file
system for MorphOS computers or Amigas running a TCP/IP stack (such as
AmiTCP, MiamiDx or Roadshow).
This new revised version of NetFS
greatly improves it by adding support for most of the missing DOS
packets (including 64 bit support on MorphOS). It
also introduces an asynchronous mecanism for the connection management
to avoid locks and annoying timeouts. Support for IECLASS events and
MagicBeacon notifications (MorphOS-only) was also added, as well as some
basic security management and much more...
Please note that NetFS is *NOT* SUN NFS compatible. It is to be used between MorphOS computers and Amigas only.
jacaDcaps has just released the Beta 27 of the next email client for MorphOS from tunkki.
The most notable changes include a 30%+ speed boost of the whole application and custom certificate handling.
To update, simply extract the archive and copy files overwriting your
existing installation - your settings and caches are safe in their