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Old 18 March 2013, 23:18   #1
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Post An oldie but not a newbie

Hi

I have been using Amiga's since I got my first A500 in 1988.

I now have a small collection comprising of:
Working:
A1200 - Bought second hand around 1995 for around 120.
A4000 - Bought on ebay some six years ago.

Not Working:
A500+ - bought on ebay, but was not working so was refunded. There is some battery acid damage to the board, and I am not sure if it is salvageable.
A1500/2000 - bought new in 1991. Power supply has failed, but apart from that the motherboard looks okay. Looking to get this going again.

To buy:
Minimig - Have a Raspberry Pi, but the minimig looks really cool.

Work in IT, and am fairly clued up on UNIX/Linux, and program a little in C, Java, Python and SQL. Really want to learn M68000 and ARM Assembler.
 
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Old 19 March 2013, 22:57   #2
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Old 19 March 2013, 23:22   #3
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Old 20 March 2013, 04:28   #4
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Welcome Jon.

Since you mention you wanna get into Amiga coding... Here's something I came across recently, an Amiga devkit for Windows with everything needed included, even an example showing how to use ASM and C together: http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=58703

With a background similar to yours I had my first hello world compiled and running in the included emulator within 5 minutes after downloading!

Just thought you might find it useful of course there's plenty of other options too.
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Old 20 March 2013, 09:37   #5
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Thanks, will take a look at the devkit. I have AMOS Professional as well but have yet to write something useful in it.

Forgot to mention I also own Amiga Forever/Explorer which is a great program.
 
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