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Old 14 August 2008, 00:32   #1
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EDIT By Graham:

The FTP Server is now closed. If you are looking to download files from, or upload files to, the File Server, then all the information you require can be found in this thread:

http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=43633

Thanks!

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Old 14 August 2008, 00:38   #2
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As I think this is such a good idea this thread should be stickied

But as Magix says - this is basically EAB's FTP to all intents and purposes, so the same file-uploading rules apply here as they do to the Zone and the like so bear that in mind please
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Old 14 August 2008, 00:58   #3
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Great idea to promote this Magix
I think soon the normal 'Look in the zone' will be replaced with 'Look on Magix FTP in...'
Thanks again for letting us use your server
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Thanks Magix, what a cracking idea this is!
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Old 16 August 2008, 21:23   #5
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Old 16 August 2008, 22:45   #6
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Yep same here, thakyou Magix
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Thank You, Magix!
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Old 17 August 2008, 00:33   #8
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Old 17 August 2008, 16:37   #9
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I have just seen that fryguy and some others have uploaded very fine things to the FTP. Just wanted to say thanks for that
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Old 18 August 2008, 14:22   #10
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Mani Pulite, Knuckle Head, Pork a Pork, Techno Ninja are not polish games.
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Old 18 August 2008, 14:24   #11
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Mani Pulite, Knuckle Head, Pork a Pork, Techno Ninja are not polish games.
Okay, I will move them this evening when I'm back home.
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Old 18 August 2008, 14:26   #12
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Thanks for the FTP resource!

What sort of traffic is it experiencing, what can it cope with?
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Old 18 August 2008, 14:30   #13
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I get download speeds up to 170 kbyte/s. Upload speed is also pretty fast (must look later, cause small files are up in almost no time ).
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This is great! Thanks very much.
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Old 30 August 2008, 01:37   #15
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Thanks to all the guys that have uploaded stuff to Magix FTP
I think it has become a real nice source for Amiga stuff already and it is still growing
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The cue file in TCD folder is obsolete.

Here's the fixed one.
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The cue file in TCD folder is obsolete.

Here's the fixed one.
Thanks for the info and fix NoX1911 I updated the file on the FTP (if you haven't done so already )
I think Retro goes nuts when he hears that the old cue is obsolete
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Thanks for the info and fix NoX1911 I updated the file on the FTP (if you haven't done so already )
I think Retro goes nuts when he hears that the old cue is obsolete
Some track names were in the wrong order or even untitled. I noticed this immediately.

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Thank you Magix (and uploaders). It looks to be a very useful source for some things.
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Old 31 August 2008, 12:00   #20
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I thought about starting a CD32 collection on Magix FTP. I have 75 CDs in ISO/WAV format and started to upload them. What do you gusy think about it?
Anyone wants to join in? Heavy Stylus? Retro?

Here is the list of the ones I got :

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Akira (1994)(ICE)
Alfred Chicken (1993)(Mindscape)
Alien Breed - Tower Assault (1993)(Team 17)[inc. Alien Breed II - The Horror Continues]
Alien Breed Special Edition & Qwak (1994)(Team 17)(M5)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 02 (1994-06)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 03 (1994-08)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 04 (1994-09)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 06 (1994-11)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 07 (1994-12)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 14 (1995-07)(Paragon Publishing)
Amiga CD32 Gamer Vol. 21 (1996-02)(Paragon Publishing)
Banshee (1994)(Core Design)(M4)
Battletoads (1994)(Mindscape)
Bubba 'n' Stix (1994)(Core Design)
Bump 'N' Burn (1994)(Grandslam)
CD32 Top 100 Games (1994)(U.S. Dreams)
Chambers of Shaolin (1993)(Unique)
Chaos Engine, The (1993)(Renegade)(M4)[Spectacular Voyage bundle]
Chaos Engine, The (1994)(Renegade)(M4)
Chuck Rock (1994)(Core Design)
D-Generation v1.0 (1993-09-17)(Mindscape)
Dangerous Streets & Wing Commander (1993)(Commodore)(M4)
Dangerous Streets (1993)(Flair Software)(M4)
Darkseed v1.1 (1994)(Cyberdreams)
Deep Core v1.01 (1993)(ICE)
Diggers & Oscar (1993)(Commodore)(M10)
Dragonstone (1995)(Core Design)(M3)
Fields of Glory (1994)(MicroProse)(M3)
Fire Force (1993)(ICE)
Frontier - Elite II (1994)(GameTek)
Global Effect (1994)(Millennium)
Gloom (1995)(Guildhall Leisure)
Grandslam Gamer Gold Collection (1995)(Grandslam)
Guinness Disc of Records, The - Second Edition (1993)
insight Technology (1993)(Commodore)[CDTV compatible]
International Karate + (1994)(System 3)
James Pond 3 - Operation Starfi5h (1994)(Millennium)
John Barnes European Football (1993)(Krisalis)(M5)
Labyrinth of Time, The (1993)(Electronic Arts)
Lamborghini American Challenge (1994-12)(Titus - Paragon Publishing)
Liberation - Captive II (1993)(Mindscape)
Lost Vikings, The (1993)(Interplay)
Manchester United - Premier League Champions (1994)(Krisalis)
Mean Arenas (1993)(ICE)
Microcosm (1994)(Psygnosis)
Morph (1993)(Millenium)
Nick Faldos Championship Golf (1994)(Grandslam)
Nigel Mansell's World Championship (1993)(Gremlin)
Out to Lunch (1994)(Mindscape)
Overkill & Lunar-C (1993)(Mindscape)
PGA European Tour (1994)(Ocean)
Pinball Fantasies (1993)(21st Century Entertainment)
Premiere (1994)(Core Design)
Quik the Thunder Rabbit (1994)(Titus)
Rise of the Robots (1994)(Time Warner)
Roadkill (1995)(Acid Software)
Seek & Destroy (1993)(Mindscape)
Sensible Soccer - European Champions v1.1 (1993)(Sensible Software)(M4)
Sensible Soccer - International Edition v1.2 (1994)(Renegade)(M4)
Simon the Sorcerer (1994)(Adventure Soft)
Skeleton Krew (1995)(Core Design)(M4)
Socrates - Interactive Patient Education (1994)(Network One)
Star Crusader (1994)(Gametek)
Strip Pot (1994)(Pixel Blue)
Subwar 2050 (1993)(MicroProse)(M3)
Super League Manager (1995)(Audiogenic Software)
Super Skidmarks (1995)(Acid Software)
Super Stardust (1994)(Team 17)
Superfrog (1994)(Team 17)(M4)
Total Carnage (1994)(ICE)
Trivial Pursuit - The CD32 Edition v1.0C (1994)(Domark)
Ultimate Body Blows (1994)(Team 17)(M4)
Universe (1994)(Core Design)(M4)
Vital Light (1995-04)(Millenium)
Zool - Ninja of the Nth Dimension (1993)(Gremlin)

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