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Josh 13 March 2010 23:37

Amiga manual Website
Here's my new Website - you will find there only Amiga manuals. For the moment there are over 830 game manuals.

Manuals for applications are there too.

EBooks and Hardware are uploading right now...

Here's the link: http://amiga-manuals.npage.de

Cheers Josh

pmc 14 March 2010 00:15

Cool. :)

Looking forward to the e-books. Any related to coding gonna be there...?

onkelarie 14 March 2010 01:06

thats awesome, gonna check it out right away!:)

Prober 14 March 2010 05:50

Perfect work, thanks...

EreWeGo 14 March 2010 09:30

Thanks Josh!

Great site mate, thanks for your efforts.

eLowar 14 March 2010 09:50

If you'd like some permanent webspace for those files, I'd happily provide you with some. Would be less hassle to upload to (via FTP) and download from (direct download) than and probably also more reliable. If you're interested, just let me know and I'll fix you up, it's really no hassle at all.

HOL2001 14 March 2010 12:34

Great stuff!

Well done, mate ! :great

formater 14 March 2010 14:29

Excellent work! many thanks for your effort.

Josh 15 March 2010 00:01

Thanks for all your comments... :great

Just updated a little bit. :)


Originally Posted by pmc (Post 651555)
Looking forward to the e-books. Any related to coding gonna be there...?

I think there's something like this. Is there something special what you need?

Cheers Josh

pmc 15 March 2010 09:55


Originally Posted by Josh
Is there something special what you need?

Not really.

It's just nice to have .pdf or .txt or whatever version of Amiga books I refer to regularly, for example, Abacus' Amiga System Programmer's Guide and some others.

Of course, it would also be quite nice to be able to read books that I've never been able to get hold of, for example, Paul Overaa's Total Amiga Assmebler.

Flink 15 March 2010 12:46

Hi! Nice effort!

I agree with eLowar, you really should host the files somewhere else.

I too have some permanent web storage on my personal server that I'd be willing to provide if necessary.

Have fun!

cosmicfrog 15 March 2010 12:55

for the love of god take eLowars or Flinks offer of free web space up. It will improve your web site by 100%

other than that great

Calgor 15 March 2010 14:13

Great effort! You scan any yourself? (If so, using what?)

alkis21 15 March 2010 15:52

Two more thumbs up from me! Well done.

davideo 15 March 2010 16:15


Thanks for making this public after all this time and again thanks for the preview a while ago :bowdown

Dave G :cool

Josh 15 March 2010 17:16


Originally Posted by Calgor (Post 651945)
Great effort! You scan any yourself? (If so, using what?)

Thank you. :)
Yes, I have scanned some manuals myself. I am using an Epsopn Stylus 4400DX with it's own software (EpsonScan).

Before I've bought this, I have used a Mustek scanner via SCSI on my good ol' A4000 ;)
But the quality with the Epson is much better - and MUCH faster scanning as with the old Mustek :spin

Cheers Josh

christianlucio 15 March 2010 18:43

Great !
Really a great site; I was looking for some of these manuals a long time !

Maren 16 March 2010 09:24

Excellent site :bowdown I think it deserves a place in EAB's Amiga FAQ/Wiki.

TCD 16 March 2010 09:31

Great site there Josh :great Would be even better if you can get some webspace from eLowar :agree

seuden 16 March 2010 09:47

Very nice work Josh, as said before I think it would also be better to get some webspace from eLowar. :D

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