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Freespace - The Great War for AmigaOS 4.0

Leuven, Belgium - December 6th, 2004

As a special treat for registered users of Freespace - The Great War and AmigaOS 4.0, Hyperion Entertainment now offers an AmigaOS 4 binary update for Freespace - The Great War, in our download section.

Please note:

  • You must have registered both Freespace and AmigaOS 4.0.
  • This version only contains the software renderer.
  • Make sure to read the README file, as it contains important information.

 

 

Updated AmigaOS 4.0 Software Development Kit available

Leuven, Belgium - October 20th, 2004

Hot on the heels of the Pre-Release update, Hyperion Entertainment is proud to announce the availability of the updated Software Development Kit (SDK) for AmigaOS 4.0.

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First AmigaOS 4.0 Pre-Release update available

Leuven, Belgium - October 10th, 2004

It is with considerable satisfaction that Hyperion Entertainment can now announce the immediate availability for download of the first Amiga OS 4.0 Developer Pre-release update for registered Amiga OS 4.0 users.

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U-Boot update available

Leuwen, Belgium - October 6th 2004.

In preparation for the upcoming update of Amiga OS 4.0, Hyperion Entertainment is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the much improved U-Boot 1.x.x for AmigaOne SE and XE motherboards.

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New AmigaOne firmware available

Leuven, Belgium - October 6th 2004.

In preparation for the upcoming update of Amiga OS 4.0, Hyperion Entertainment is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the much improved U-Boot 1.1.1 for AmigaOne SE and XE motherboards.

New features include:

  • Support for multiple graphics cards. At this time the last graphics card (usually the AGP card) is used for primary display. Later versions will include an option to choose.
  • Support for booting off a Silicon Image 0680 IDE controller. This feature has to be selected manually at the moment, by entering setenv ide sii from the U-Boot shell.
  • New CPU support: IBM PowerPC 750GX is now fully supported.
  • A problem has been fixed that made the U-Boot environment settings unavailable when rebooting from Linux.
  • Support for LBA48 IDE Drives, i.e. you can now boot off drives that are bigger than 160 GB.
  • Support for the new Second-Level Bootloader (that can boot Linux besides AmigaOS), to be distributed with the upcoming AmigaOS 4 update.
  • Numerous bug fixes and improvements.

The new U-Boot will be required for the upcoming update of Amiga OS 4.0, to be released shortly to registered AmigaOS 4.0 pre-Release owners.

The download is available in our Downloads section.

Notice: U-Boot is licensed under the GNU General Public License. You can find a copy of the GPL here

 


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