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Old 11 May 2007, 11:16   #1
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New USB stack available on Aminet (kick 1.3 compatible!)

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ANAIIS, acronym for Another Native Amiga IO Interface Stack, is a quick and dirty software solution that brings the possibilities of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) to the basic Amiga 2000, with 68000 at 7.14Mhz, and the ZorroII card Highway from E3B. Yes you have read it: 68000, not 68020 or higher, with at minimum Kickstart 1.3 or higher.
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Old 11 May 2007, 18:38   #2
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Holy Macaroni..... Nice to see that the community is around and kicking arse, even if the hardware is 15years and older
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Old 11 May 2007, 18:55   #3
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what about subway ?
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Old 11 May 2007, 19:24   #4
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Great news.
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Old 11 May 2007, 19:47   #5
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Impressive achievement if it does actually work on a stock A2000.

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what about subway ?
The readme says that if you haven't got a Highway card, it may work as a very limited demo. Hope the author hasn't intentionally crippled it for owners of other USB cards. Would be nice to have some choice when it comes to USB stacks on the Amiga.

Edit: mrodfr....yes, the software is in its early stages and we can't expect support for every USB card available. I imagine that the author will have to make it shareware sooner or later if long-term development is to occur, though.

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Old 11 May 2007, 20:00   #6
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Hello,

just talk with the author on a french forum. subway next planned on A600.

just understand that's It's his first big project and that take time.

he allready receive 2 mails for his work. please support him by s ending thanks by mail or help him for testing if you have the hardware.

the french forum :-)

http://www.amigaimpact.org/modules/n...p?storyid=1975
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Old 11 May 2007, 20:19   #7
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ok then, how do you say thank you in french ? merci boque ?
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merci boque ?
Correct

Not sure about the spelling though, could be right
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Old 11 May 2007, 20:33   #9
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I am pretty sure it is "merci beaucoup" or some strange thing like that

edit: yep. I am correct! all these French Language classes in highschool finally pay up!
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Old 31 May 2007, 05:44   #10
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I know someboyd might "kill me" for this...but anyway..here it goes..
I ha ve a completely brand new-never before used Elbox Spider II i bought from eBay more than a year ago

I dont know why, my head was God knows where, i got no usb stack.
Later i realized about Chris fight against Elbox, so suddenly i had no way of using my Spider II.
I can promise its never been used, and is sitting here, next to me, laughing of my bad luck

do you guys think that this stack would be good for my Spider II?

In case anyone is interested and has a copy of the Poseidon stack (which i dont, becasue i was away of the Amiga scene for a while), im willing to sell/trade the card, so another Amiga user can give the use it deserves, and that i couldnt ever give


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Old 19 November 2010, 12:46   #11
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Sorry to bump up this old thread, but if you see some guru or issues using ANAIIS when started under cli, you should increase the stack size like the following

stack 8000
run sys:system/usbstart >NIL:

under workbench there is no problem. The bugs disappear one by one.
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Old 13 January 2011, 10:48   #12
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Anaiis USB stack updated to 0.99

taken from aminet readme:
"At minimum, you need:
- Amiga 68000 at 7.14MHz
- a Highway or a Subway card
- some RAM (70 Ko for a mouse and a keyboard)
- should operate from WB1.1 to AmigaOS4.0 (680x0 cpu required).

V0.99 09-Jan-2011 Fix speed issue (keyboard wont SetAddress).
17-Nov-2010 Stack issue (CLI only, set stack 8000 before launching).
02-Nov-2010 Cosmetics in GUI.
14-May-2010 GUI now works with WB1.1.
11-Apr-2010 Mighty crash when closing fixed.
23-Mar-2010 GUI improvement (fusion of usbstat + anaiis)
07-Mar-2010 Remove all demo code (all is in demo.usbhcd now)
27-Feb-2010 DoIO for usbhcd interface.
21-Feb-2010 Reduce code, Anaiis gui goes from usbstat now
18-Feb-2010 Can load external drivers (#?.hcd or #?.usbhcd)
04-Feb-2010 Bump rev"
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Old 13 January 2011, 14:39   #13
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This is awesome news, I'm going to install it on my A600 straight away!

Anaiis is an awesome USB stack, it's such a shame more people don't know they can have USB support on their A600 and A2000. But as long as Vesalia and AmigaKit continue to falsely advertise the Subway as requiring a 68030 or higher, this USB stack will barely get used by anyone.
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Old 13 January 2011, 23:27   #14
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Yes, ANAIIS deserve far better spotlight.

Poseidon is, without any doubt, covering far more USB devices, but that's something usual for software being developed over a prolongued time frame. I have both stacks installed in A500; my expectations from Poseidon are almost exausted, particulary after last version finally solved a terrible performance issue when used with USB-Ethernet bridge. If ANAIIS starts supporting that kind of USB class, I'll reconsider phasing out Poseidon since it is a resource hog (eats FastRAM as hell, perhaps that might be less important if Jens finalize ACA530, but for less expanded A500 that's unacceptable).

Anyway, congrats for Gillo and all other testers.
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Thanks for the feedback- to recognise Anaiis software, we have now changed our product description on the Subway USB product page

Any other suggestions, please let us know.
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Old 09 February 2011, 12:38   #16
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bump it!!!
0.99 got massive inside now.
You can use usb sticks (but not all of them)
Enjoy file copy with usb, on vintage Amiga 8D
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Old 09 February 2011, 12:46   #17
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Awesome work Giloo mate!!!

Thanks for this update \o/
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Old 19 February 2011, 02:37   #18
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Very good news. Thanks.
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Old 09 March 2011, 21:34   #19
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bump it!!!
0.99 got massive inside now.
You can use usb sticks (but not all of them)
Enjoy file copy with usb, on vintage Amiga 8D
Port 4 detection plug/removal fixed (last port in fact).
Grap of hubs removal fixed.
Massive can now mount/unmount disk (< 512Mo )
Massive can also write on disks.
Unmount command added (work also on wb1.3)

If you see some bugs, don't hesitate to tell it.
The road is long...
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