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Old 26 January 2012, 03:34   #5
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Originally Posted by matthey View Post
The h bit is hold NOT hidden. It can be used in newer versions of AmigaOS to make a pure program (with p bit set) permanently resident when loaded. For example with AmigaOS 3.9 and plenty of memory, I set the h and p bits of Execute, Mount, and Assign rather than using the resident command in the S:Startup-Sequence. It cleans up the startup-sequence a bit and should be a little faster.
Yes, verified! Thanks for the insight. I always thought H was hidden as well. The combination H and P also works on 3.0 (just tested it).
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