- This article explains my way to install Amiga OS using FS-UAE under linux ubuntu.
- How to access you FFS FD flash card under linux
- How to delete the .uaem files written by fs-uae
- How to correct protection flags problems
- 1 History
- 2 Needed
- 3 Formatting the CF card on the Amiga
- 4 Mount the CF card on linux
- 5 Get Classic WB ADVSP
- 6 Installing
- 7 Copying the OS files
- 8 Transferring packages
- 9 Preparing the CF card to return to the real Amiga
- 10 Returning to your real amiga
- 11 Resources
HistoryArrrrgh ! The fast memory (128Mb snif) included on my aca1232 accelerator board seems to be a bit trashy, so Amiga OS 3.9 has problems to load correctly on my real a1200. After many attempts, i decided to downgrade to Amiga OS 3.1. This is a complete success as the OS is stable, fast, and because i don’t need more on my A1200 (making music and watching demos). Fortunately, Linux understand Amiga OS FFS, and now it also understands Amiga partition tables, that helps a lot. I have written and article on
- Workbench 3.1 disks (ADF and REAL, or HFE for HxC) – needed to boot on the amiga OS
- A blank CF card for installing the Amiga OS, and a CF card reader on your linux computer
- An internet connexion for downloading the classic workbench packages
- FS-UAE and Amiga ROMS
Formatting the CF card on the AmigaFirst you need to create the partitions on the Amiga side. Launch HDToolBox. Create the first partition, in FFS (Fast File System). 1Gb is enough. Some tells it’s better to make it littler, but we will stay in FFS, wich implies we will not be able to mount partitions that are upper than 2Gb on the real amiga at the beginning, and we will maybe want to load stuffs (packages, pictures, …) from the linux side, so we will take the place we need. When done, format it. Swith off the Amiga.
Mount the CF card on linux
YOUR TUTORIAL FOLLOWS BELOW. IT IS A HUGE WORK FOR ME TO WRITE THOSE TUTORIALS, SO SHOW ME YOUR SUPPORT IN SUBSCRIBING BELOW :When done, you can boot on your Workbench ADSP installed on your CF card on your real Amiga 1200 (or 500).