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Old 31 August 2008, 18:36   #21
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Thanks Magix! Nice service you got there.
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Old 31 August 2008, 20:57   #22
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Great, Magix The more support our beloved Amiga gets, the better
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Old 03 September 2008, 00:15   #23
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Awesome. Thanks for the Symphonic Shades.
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Old 03 September 2008, 00:23   #24
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Awesome. Thanks for the Symphonic Shades.
You are welcome Avanze
How about the CD32 games? Anyone?
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Old 03 September 2008, 00:31   #25
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is there anyway of mounting them so they use the waves? or i`m i thinkin of the iso and mp3 combination ? either wat would perfer them in 1 file rather than the sound split off
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is there anyway of mounting them so they use the waves? or i`m i thinkin of the iso and mp3 combination ? either wat would perfer them in 1 file rather than the sound split off
Mount the included CUE file. This way the waves are used as CDDA I only have these versions. Maybe you can mount them with Daemon Tools and make a one file version, but I never tried that.
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I thought about making one folder 'User' in the root of the FTP and then moving all user folders in there to tidy the FTP a bit. What do you think about it?
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Hi TheCyberDruid.

Alcohol 52 are a free program that handle cue/bin format and mds/mdf format.

I prefer now that combination when it come's to disc's with data/audio combined on the same disc or disc's with Linux/Amiga session part's.

Good idea to make a 'User' part on the FTP-Server.
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Hi TheCyberDruid.

Alcohol 52 are a free program that handle cue/bin format and mds/mdf format.

I prefer now that combination when it come's to disc's with data/audio combined on the same disc or disc's with Linux/Amiga session part's.

Good idea to make a 'User' part on the FTP-Server.
Okay, I will check Alcohol 52 then. Sounds like a good program to make images

I made the 'User' folder. If anyone has an argument against it, let me know
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Old 04 September 2008, 17:48   #30
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Okay, I will check Alcohol 52 then. Sounds like a good program to make images
You could use any of the following:

... Alcohol 120% / Alcohol 52%
... CloneCD
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You could use any of the following:

... Alcohol 120% / Alcohol 52%
... CloneCD
I already use CloneCD, but you know it's not free... I have of course a valid license though
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Okay, I will check Alcohol 52 then. Sounds like a good program to make images

I made the 'User' folder. If anyone has an argument against it, let me know
You can't do CD images with Alcohol 52%.

Edit: Oops, it can do images.

btw: Alcohol can create/burn Clone CD images.

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You can't do CD images with Alcohol 52%.

Edit: Oops, it can do images.

btw: Alcohol can create/burn Clone CD images.
Thanks for the pre-check Retro
If it is free it's really an alternative for CloneCD
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Erm, didn't tried Alcohol 52%, but the description mentioned the possibility of CD imaging. You need of course Alcohol 120% when you want to burn Clone CD images. I use it for years.
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Hello friends,

Here is the details:

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Address  : ftp://eab.whdownload.com
User     : am1ga
Password : JayM1n3r
For browse: ftp://am1ga:JayM1n3r@eab.whdownload.com

Please do not upload Šopyrighted file(s).
Expand this GREAT idea, incorporate The Zone. Just in time too as I've added an FTP client to my a1200. Resources galore!

Can some host my old Amiga Realm website archive too
 
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I already upload all rare thingies from the zone to the FTP
Do you have no backup of your Amiga Realm files Skippy?
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I already upload all rare thingies from the zone to the FTP
Do you have no backup of your Amiga Realm files Skippy?
Yeah, its on DVD. About 400-500MB. I'd host it but for the same reason it went offline is the same reason I can't put it back online - Money :-(

The people that hosted it just kept wanting more and more money as it got bigger and more popular. I started going nuts and archiving everyone else's websites.
 
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I don't know, but Zetr0 is a very nice fella and if you ask him maybe he's willing to host your site I would give it a try
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I have uploaded the soundtrack of an old PC game (Myth from Bungie). Hope you don't mind the fact that it's not Amiga related.
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Hi SkippyAR,

Would you lile a subdomain at whdownload.com? You may redirect your existing DOMAIN there (if you have one). Just let me know.

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