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Old 11 May 2015, 11:34   #6
mrrhq
 
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Oh... my gosh, it was because I needed to cd into DH1: for some reason... Wierd. Sorry. I added 8MB fast RAM too, just in case.

Here's a solution for someone who can download WHDLoad, and extract the archive, and can copy the List and Shutdown command (probably the AROS commands work fine too) they need to be copied in to WHDLoad/C, and then create the file WHDLoad/S/Startup-Sequence:

Code:
; Custom Startup-Sequence

C:MakeDir RAM:T RAM:ENV RAM:ENV/Sys
Assign >NIL: ENV: RAM:ENV
Assign >NIL: T: RAM:T
SetEnv Language "english"
DH1:
C:WHDLoad `List #?.Slave lformat=%n`
Shutdown
Using this in FS-UAE:
Code:
hard_drive_0 = /path/to/folder/WHDLoad
If you, strangely like I do, use Linux and Midnight Commander, put this in mc.ext:
Code:
# Commodore Amiga A1200
regex/i/\.(ad[fz]|dms)$
    Open=fs-uae --floppy_drive_0=%f

directory/\(WHDLoad\)$
    Edit=fs-uae --hard_drive_1=%f

# Commodore Amiga CD32
regex/i/\(CD32\)\.cue$
    Open=fs-uae --amiga_model=CD32 --cdrom_drive_0=%f
I have it so when I press F4 on any directory I rename in MC with (WHDLoad) on the end, it will launch it. I can keep my games on a separate hard drive this way, which is exactly what I wanted.

Finally, since Shutdown will handle everything else, I have F10 to quit the game in my WHDLoad.prefs. You can change it.
Code:
QuitKey=$59         ;rawkey code to quit
Thanks everyone graciously for your help.

Last edited by mrrhq; 11 May 2015 at 11:41.
 
 
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