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Magazin: Commodore Free, issue 77
"Commodore Free" is a free, English-language magazine about Commodore and Amiga computers, which is available in different formats - among others as HTML-version and as C64-Diskmag. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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DigiBooster 3: Open Source Portable DigiBooster 3 Replayer released
Press release: After succesfull introduction of DigiBooster 3, APC&TCP releases an open source DigiBooster 3 replayer routine organized as a static library. The code is being released on permissive, two-clause BSD license. The player is written in clean C with minimal dependencies. As such it has been succesfully compiled and tested on numerous platforms: AmigaOS 4 and Morphos, Linux (on x86, x86_64 and aarch64), Windows (XP, Win7, 32 and 64 bit) and MacOS X (x86_64). It also supports the most popular compilers:

GCC, Clang and Visual C++. The package contains source code of two example tools: 'dbminfo' displays information about a module, 'dbm2wav' renders a module into 44.1 kHz 16-bit stereo WAVE file. Of course libraryAPI documentation is provided as well.

Based on this code we plan to release in the near future more ready to use components, like shared libraries for AmigaOS and MorphOS and a few plugins for popular audio players. Release of this code ends difficulties of playing DigiBooster 2/3 modules on non-Amiga(like) systems. The library package is available for downloads on the official DigiBooster 3 webpage. Any questions related to the package may be asked on the official DigiBooster support forum. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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11.Feb.2014 (Forum)

AmigaOS 4: NTFS-support
Based on Leif Salomonsson's MorphOS-implementation of the FUSE-framework, Filesysbox, Fredrik Wikström and Colin Wenzel have made available the file system NTFS to AmigaOS 4. The NTFS-3G-support is available via AmiUpdate. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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Amiga-Emulator: FS-UAE 2.3.99beta3
Frode Solheim's FS-UAE for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and BSD is based on WinUAE and can be completely controlled with a joypad.

Compared with the previous version, the current beta version of the future version 2.4 provides some bug fixes (listed under the title link) and can use 256 kB chip RAM (and also 128 if you really want to). (snx) (Translation: dr)

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