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Old 08 December 2005, 08:06   #1
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How can I reduce the number of reboots on start-up?

Well, all these patches and stuff needed by os3.9 and ppc , make the amiga rebbot several times before it starts and it is highly boring... I recon that by using BlitzKick I can have all the patches installed on a single reboot? anyone with a ppc tried that? can you please post the startup-sequence line of blitzkick? have you used it to replace setpatch on 3.9bb2?
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Old 08 December 2005, 13:07   #2
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I thought you said in a previous post some time ago that you didn't care? :-)

As for your question about single reboot with BPPC and BB2, it's possible, and it's explained in the docs. I used it with my old BPPC board and is going to do it with the BPPC that hopefully is coming soon.
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Old 08 December 2005, 13:19   #3
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yeah I didn't but now I also use bppcfix (until now with the zII only busboard I just used the 060... ) and it takes longer... I used the romupdatesplit prog of Blizkick, and it also extracted 4 unknown modules, should I use them too???
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