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Old 08 July 2015, 02:14   #6
bdalzell
 
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To begin with: Starting with bookshelf nearest my desk:

Toaster Tool kit 4000 with floppy disks and manual

OzWare
Co-Pilot Video with floppy disks manual
ProWave
Pro Mix with floppy disks manual
RenderFx with floppy disks manual

SAS/C (Amiga) Development System User's Guide with Floppies
SAS/C (Amiga) Development System Library References

Manuels
Lightwave 3D User Guide
Lightwave 3D Reference Manual
Lightwave 3D Systems Guid and Installation
Video Toaster Font Guide (2 copies)

Pagestream 3 Amiga user manual
(I have the disks for this also plus the upgrades and older versions)

Books
Programming Guide to the Amiga by Robert Peck

SAS/C (Amiga) Development System User's Guide with Floppies
SAS/C (Amiga) Development System Library References

AmigaDos Inside & Out by Kerkloh Tomsdorf & Zoller

Using ARexx on The Amiga by Zamara & Sullivan

I have 6 or so of those floppy disk drawer units full of OEM Amiga program floppies. I think what I will do is go through a drawer at a time and list them starting tomorrow.

Then I have at least 2 CD/DVD sized plastic file drawers full of OEM Amiga related floppies. I also still have a couple of the SCSI Amiga formatted harddrives with my system installs I had pulled from the Amiga 4000 because Amithlon and Linux cn access the Amiga partitions.

If I am able to get an Amiga emulator running on my Linux machine the only things I am interested in are ImageFx and Turbotext. I have found Linux equivalents for most of the other functionality including owning the linux version of Pagestream. There is also hardware hanging around that I will eventually excavate.

I was working on a project where I was trying to write a motion analysis program to use with the Amiga.

Maryland just north of the city of Baltimore.

Last edited by TCD; 08 July 2015 at 19:06. Reason: Back-to-back posts merged.
 
 
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