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Old 07 July 2015, 11:33   #1
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Arrow Tutorial video: Set up wifi and FTP client on a stock A1200

I've put together a 15 minute video on the process of getting Roadshow working form a Netgear PCMCIA wireless card on an otherwise unexpanded A1200.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2w...miga-1200_tech

Looking back over my posts here I've noticed quite a few people have offered support over the months and years so I've added some extensive credits at the end to say thank you to everyone for their advice and time. If we've exchanged comments here at all, your name is on the list.
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Old 07 July 2015, 11:56   #2
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Nice tutorial
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Thanks Retrofan
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Old 07 July 2015, 12:46   #4
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Well made tutorial

BTW. you don't have to use "cd" command to change directories, you can just write directory name or / etc without any preceding command But of course it's easier to understand what's happening on the video when you use it, but for long time Amiga users it just looks useless work :P

And maybe some users don't want to extract whole lha.run archive into the C: but only copy the actual needed command (lha.run is a self extracting archive, not a command itself).
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I think I will always use CD; I'm so used to use it, and they are just two letters

BTW you should put it on Youtube too.
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But going to parent dir needs only one letter, with cd you need to type four letters
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Thanks jPV, I didn't know that about omitting cd. Thats a more serious one about lha.run though. I might put an annotation on the video there.. or even edit and reupload as this is supposed to be newbie friendly. They wont get far without lha

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Excellent tut my friend very slick , and hopefully shall be made a sticky by The Admins
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But going to parent dir needs only one letter, with cd you need to type four letters
You are true and in fact I should rewrite all the instructions I use on MorpheuZ or "Better Config" but I get lost with so many lines and so when I want to re-read what I've done it's easier to put the name of where are you "going".
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