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Old 25 September 2012, 09:56   #1
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CWB ADV WarpOS instalation problem

Hello!
I'm using ClassicWB on my A1200 and I can't install WOS for my BPPC. Installer show this error: GETENV: String too long. On 3rd instalation screen exactly, when installer should ask about turbo card.
When I try do this same on emulator- everything works fine. Only differences between WinUAE and my A1200 is CPU type- Classic has 060 on board, and FastATA. FastATA is disabled now, but still have same problem. I was check 060 libs: 46.5 version. I have 46.7 somewhere, but can it help?

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Old 27 September 2012, 21:29   #2
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I try to do some things and looks like problem appear after extract system files on real Amiga (files in archive are still ok, tested under emulator). System transwered from Amiga to emulator is not working anymore, I mean I can't run WOS installer too.
Can anyone check for me this installer on ClassicWB under A1200?
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