Some users of update 2 for AmigaOS4.1 Final Edition have experienced stability issues after updating. This hotfix addresses these stability issues and fixes a couple of other minor issues found after the release of update 2.
The hot fix is free to registered users of AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition and can be found in the download area at https://www.hyperion-entertainment.com/.It will also be made available via AmiUpdate.
The hotfix should only be applied on top of the original update 2 package released on December 23,2020!
The original update 2 package has also been updated with the components in the hot fix and is now available in a new version (version number 53.14)at https://www.hyperion-entertainment.com/ and via AmiUpdate.
This update is the result of the continuing effort of a dedicated group of AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition developers and beta-testers. Thank you!
ZitaFTP Server Prerelease Coming Soon Posted on 06 Aug 2019 by Hans de Ruiter In News Tags: AmigaOS, Products Here’s a small peak at something I’ve been working on. It’s an FTP(S) server that’s: Fast Secure Supports multiple simultaneous connections And more It’s still a work-in-progress, but is useful enough that – all going well – a pre-release version will be released for AmigaOS 4.x on Tuesday 20 August 2019. Want to be notified when it’s released? Click here to sign up to our mailing list.
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Over the last few years, AmigaDeveloper.com Team member Hans De Ruiter has been working steadfastly on keeping the Enhancer Software in pace with the hardware developments of AMD’s latest Radeon graphics cards.Since the first Enhancer Software release in 2016, there have been fourteen updates to the RadeonHD driver. The driver has been expanded to support the exciting Warp3D Nova system and to be compatible with many more Radeon graphics cards running the Oland chipset.AMD are continually updating the range of cards available and using newer more advanced chipsets. To keep the Enhancer Software in pace of AMD’s advancements, we have had to significantly invest in more development.In retail channels of late, the Southern Islands cards are now no longer available with the exception of Oland based R7 240 variants. Such is the relentless march of technology in the wider computing world that the AmigaDeveloper.com team need to keep afoot of.