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Old 27 February 2006, 16:03   #1
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Is there any way to minimise MIAMI mem reqs?

Well, i'm just asking this because i had an a1200 desktop board i bought recently, and equipped it with a new 1200 keyboard and case, so its amazingly white!!!, well, back on topic, i only have 2 meg chip(it's a bare a1200) and a 800 mb HD. I'm just keeping this a1200 desktop for the appearance of the ack board for getting upgraded, while that happen, i'm only stuck with the 2mb chip it has.
I have installed wb 3.1, mui and magicWB(i like that icons on 3.1), so i left out 1.380.000 approximately of chip ram left, so when i go to load MIAMI it says that there is no memory available. Is possible any way to load up the tcp/ip stack without the huge ram consuming? I ask this because i want to network it with my pc for transferring of files and games(for now, browsing internet isn't an option), so i think that it could be possible to load up the stack without the hassle of the memory eating.
Also if anyone know of another tcp/ip stack that supports serial connection and is less ram consuming, tell me because now, iīm only with the 2 chip ram. I havenīt bought a 030 or 040 board, because i'm waiting for the ack board to come, and because i have a towered 1200 already souped up and expanded, but want to mess with this desktop beauty. I'm just nuts about the keyboard shape of the Amigas.
So if anyone knows of a manner of starting miami without the memory eating trouble, or any other stack that support serial connection, i will be interested.
Thanks in advance!!!!!!
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Old 27 February 2006, 17:10   #2
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You could try the GTLayout GUI module for Miami. GTLayout should be less RAM-hungry than MUI. After you've set up Miami for your connection you should set the tooltype CX_POPUP=NO so that the GUI does not open at all.

The least RAM-consuming TCP/IP stack probably is AmiTCP V3, but it's a pain to configure.
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Old 02 March 2006, 21:04   #3
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The least RAM-consuming TCP/IP stack probably is AmiTCP V3, but it's a pain to configure.
TermiteTCP would be a better way to go. Probably eats up even less memory as it runs under WB 1.3 and is easier to configure than AmiTCP. It was always recommended to A500 users with 1Mb ram in the early days of the internet.

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Old 02 March 2006, 23:19   #4
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using addbuffers with -ve values to your floppy drive and hard drive will help.
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Old 03 March 2006, 20:21   #5
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Yeah matey use AmiTCP but if any one has a registered version of ppp.device please upload it
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Old 08 March 2006, 22:30   #6
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Termite works on kick 1.3????. Sure i would want to check it out.
Feel free to uploading it to the zone, and thanks mate!!!!!
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Old 10 March 2006, 01:59   #7
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Any luck in uploading termite to the zone?
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Old 10 March 2006, 04:13   #8
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Just got back from a short holiday. In the Zone!

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Old 10 March 2006, 11:24   #9
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Old 21 March 2006, 17:39   #10
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Dr. Bong, can you upload to the zone Termite again? I had a hd crash and lost most of my amiga related stuff including the latest downloads of termite!
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Will do this on the weekend. Hopefully this post will remind me!

Edit: In the Zone again.....

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Downloaded again from the zone!!! Thanks dr. bong!!!
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could someone please upload Termite-TCP to the Zone again?
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