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Old 20 May 2016, 21:14   #1
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Help with GeekGadgets 2?

Forgive me for being so full of questions. I literally just started using the Amiga (FS-UAE on a MacBook Air). It's been 20 some years since I did this so basically I'm a noob

I'm trying to get OWB to run on my os3.9. I started it and asked for at least version 48 of ixemul.library. I started digging around and I saw someone mentioning that it might be on GeekGadgets 2. So I downloaded it and mounted the cd. When I started installing it it worked fine until it wanted to install into Work:somedrawer. I didn't have a volume named Work so I created a hard-disk with that name. Still the installer wouldn't work. I have googled this for several hours.

Could someone please guide me to how I'm going to get OWB to run on os3.9?

Old 20 May 2016, 21:21   #2

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Tried one of these?
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Old 21 May 2016, 00:31   #3
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I did download from many different sources but i don't know where to extract it.
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Extract it to your RAM Disk and install it from there to your SYS: partition, if there is a option in the installer, go advanced and confirm all questions in the installer.
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Old 21 May 2016, 02:21   #5
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no installer - for example: extract ixemul-48.0.lha
in a shell/cli:
copy ixemul-000.library sys:libs/ixemul.library
copy ixnet-000.library sys:libs/ixnet.library

if you are emulating 68020 or better:
copy ixemul-020.library sys:libs/ixemul.library
copy ixnet-020.library sys:libs/ixnet.library
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Old 21 May 2016, 08:32   #6
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if you want a functional ixemul/GG setup, usable base to get started is this:


The components are fairly old but at least its a starting point.
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