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Old 26 March 2021, 10:52   #1
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Blizzard 1260 60060.library better version?

Good morning all.

I used very little the 1260 blizzard board given to me by a friend. I always had a preference for 1230 especially for coding and debugging using the MMU.

So I ask myself a simple question?
What is the best current version of the 60060.library for phase 5 blizzard 1260?

I remember that when my friend bought his pre-assembled infinitiv tower amiga with 1260 card in 1995, the amiga had many random crachs, which I was able to correct by installing the correct version of the 68040.library and 68060.library which had not been installed by the seller ... but it's been a very long time !!!!

do you have an idea?
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Old 26 March 2021, 11:01   #2
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I use the Phase5 ones at the top of the page here:

http://phase5.a1k.org/

Another option is to install ThoR's MMU libs, which contains vendor independent 060 libs.
https://aminet.net/package/util/libs/MMULib
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Old 26 March 2021, 11:08   #3
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Also, if you are running 3.1.4 you no longer need a dummy 68040 library as it knows to load the 68060 library directly.

FWIW I use ThoR's MMU libs and 3.1.4 with my BlizzardPPC, and previously with my Blizzard 1260.
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Old 26 March 2021, 11:46   #4
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thanks for you answer, i will verify which version is installed this week-end (normally last phase5 but to verify) and try yours propositions to compare
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Old 26 March 2021, 12:12   #5
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If you use a 060CPU the MuTools from Thor are the way to go.
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Old 26 March 2021, 23:36   #6
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Also, if you are running 3.1.4 you no longer need a dummy 68040 library as it knows to load the 68060 library directly.

FWIW I use ThoR's MMU libs and 3.1.4 with my BlizzardPPC, and previously with my Blizzard 1260.
I can't seem to get this to work. It seems like no matter what I do, the 060 libs built into the bppc are the ones that are active. How did you set this up? Happy to set up another thread to discuss
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Old 28 March 2021, 23:04   #7
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You need to have BPPCFix right at the top of your Startup-Sequence like this:

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BPPCFix install 040 >NIL:
And yes, the above is correct even if you have an 060
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