MorphOS Easy2Install also available in Dutch

The best packagemanager for MorphOS will also be available in Dutch soon…

What is Easy2Install ? ….

This is a new package manager created with Hollywood for MorphOS.

It allows you to download, extract, install, launch and uninstall many archives
from the MorphOS-Storage server. This software loads a dynamic database from the MorphOS-Storage created by Bruno Peloille (BeWorld).

Many features:
– tests if an internet connection is available
– progress bar during downloads, extractions and scans
– sorts for most recent entries and categories
– displays any ReadMe and/or preview (if available)
– compares versions (if available)
– launches its installer script (if available)
– desintation path by category editable
– destination path for a specific software editable
– double-click on an installed entry which will launch the software
– send mail to developers (if available)
– visit official website (if available)
– support via Paypal button (if available)
– watch YouTube video (if available)
– show banners (commercial product, etc.)

Amiga A1222 Plus box …

Is it a render… is it the real deal… time will tell….. (now bring on the boards)

In an exciting collaboration of Amiga technology companies, ACube Systems, AAA Technology and A-EON Technology have come together to announce the production version of the long awaited A1222+ computer. This joint effort brings a new era of collaborative computing for Amiga enthusiasts by leveraging the expertise and resources of the three companies. The A1222+ is custom designed to run AmigaOS 4.x and also supports compatible Linux PowerPC operating systems as well as AmigaOS 3.x under emulation. The motherboard’s compact and robust design is powered by NXP’s QorIQ P1022 dual-core PowerPC processor running at 1.2 GHz. It is supplied with version 2.3 of A-EON’s Enhancer software package which includes advanced video and graphics drivers and a whole host of updated applications, utilities and datatypes. ACube Systems have already successfully produced updated A1222+ v1.3 prototypes and will manage the new motherboard production and testing while AAA Technology will act as the main distributor for the new Amiga machine


Amiga Browser IBrowse 3 Out Now!

Browse is a fast, stable, classic web browser helping you surf the net with your AMIGA®. Features include HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 browsing, OpenSSL 3.1-based TLSv1.3 secure connections, FTP downloads, comprehensive JavaScript 1.6 engine, tabbed browsers (pioneered by IBrowse), a customisable GUI layout, many other customisable features and support for proprietary extensions from other browsers. IBrowse is compatible with AmigaOS® 3.0, 3.1, 3.1.4, 3.2, 3.5, 3.9, 4.1FE and MorphOS.

Source: IBrowse 3 – web browser for Amiga computers / AmigaOS

Amiga webbrowser iBrowse 2.5.9 Released


Browse 2.5.9 + AmiSSL 5.12 Released

IBrowse 2.5.9 is now available for download (OS4 users may use AmiUpdate instead), which is the ninth free update for registered owners of IBrowse 2.5. IBrowse 2.1-2.4 and 1.x owners may upgrade to IBrowse 2.5.9 by registering at discounted rates. Please note: IBrowse 2.5.9 requires AmiSSL 5.12, also released today, so you are advised to download it before updating IBrowse, otherwise you will be left without HTTPS access.

Unfortunately, the disk cache stopped functioning correctly in IBrowse 2.5.7, so this update has been mainly made to address this issue. We would recommend using both the disk cache flush, then the clean up function via the menus, after installing IBrowse 2.5.9, to restore your disk cache to a working state. You may also need to manually delete any remaining “tree” directories in your disk cache directory. Full list of changes:

  • Fixed the disk cache, which became broken in 25.109
  • Now requires AmiSSL 5.12 for secure connections
  • Added workaround for AmigaOS 4.x Installer versions 53.1-53.7 which were unfortunately broken, with 53.2 being on the 4.1FE CD-ROM
  • Copyright year bumped to 2023

Amiga A1222 plus info and Pricing

 A-eon announced the A1222, designed to be a low-cost system based on the P1022 1.2Ghz CPU in a Micro ITX design. Development of the board began in late 2015 however due to the CPU design not featuring FPU instruction set AmigaOS4.1 would require an FPU emulator baked into the OS for it to run on the system.

Pricelist here

Walkero`s script for Browservice and Odyssey

Browservice and Odyssey

You probably are aware that the browser experience for AmigaOS 4 is not that good. The reason is that there is no up-to-date browser available that supports the latest features of website technologies. So there is a need to find different solutions that help solve those issues.

An online application that helps somehow to bring modern websites to older browsers is the Browservice. This requires a separate system in your network that is used to load the websites, convert them to images and feed them into the old browser as a series of images.

If you would like to test it and use it then I would recommend having a look at Skateman’s tutorial video at the head of this article. He explains how to install and use it from AmigaOS 4 with Odyssey. His video is quite useful doing a great job helping other users.

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Browservice Linux Setup and usage with AmigaOne X5000

Browservice: Browser as a Service

A web “proxy” server that enables browsing the modern web on historical browsers. It works by rendering the browser viewport into images, which are then shown by a JavaScript application running on the client browser.


SSH into your linux box (as root) and add a user for the use of Browservice.

sudo adduser browservice

When done SSH into you linux box as the user you just created. In my case it is the user browservice

I create a Browservice directory in the homedir of the browservice user called Browservice

mkdir Browservice


Cd into the Browservice directory

cd Browservice

Download the latest version of Browservice.


chmod +x browservice-v0.9.6.5-x86_64.AppImage


Run browservice using the following command: (use the IP of your own browservice machine in the command.

./browservice-v0.9.6.5-x86_64.AppImage –vice-opt-http-listen-addr=

Let install the Verdana Font as requested

./browservice-v0.9.6.5-x86_64.AppImage –install-verdana

Ready for Action

Now fire up Odessey browser on your Amiga and navigate to http://(ip.of.your.browservice):8080

The first time you navigate to this IP nothing might happen. The second time you will see the Browservice navigation bar appear.

Have Fun!