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Aminet-Uploads until 06.08.2016 (07. Aug. 2016)
The following packages have been added to the Aminet until August 6th, 2016: impvcfsm.lha comm/mail 1K Import vCard files into Simpl... GoFetch_121.lha comm/net 60K 68k recompiled and optimized with... sntp.lha ...

FPGA: Apollo-Core-Update "Silver9" (04. Aug. 2016)
The Apollo core is a FPGA-reimplementation of Motorolas m68k-series, which also provides a separate graphic output called SAGA. Currently the core is used in the accelerator board "Vampire 600 V2". Changes in version 9: Fix fusing bug Fix MMU w...

FPGA: Apollo-Core-Update "Silver8" (30. Jul. 2016)
The Apollo-Core is a FPGA-reimplementation of Motorolas m68k-series, which also provides a separate graphic output called SAGA. Currently the core is used in the accelerator board "Vampire 600 V2". Changes in version 8: Enabled Vector instructi...

Aminet uploads till 16.07.2016 (17. Jul. 2016)
The following packages have been added to Aminet till July 16, 2016: links-mos.lha comm/www 9.2M MOS Links text-only WWW browser w... CDL_Void-VOD.lha demo/intro 271K 68k 64k intro by Void & Candle Amnesia-08_1992-05-31.....

FPGA: Apollo-Core update "Silver7" (11. Jul. 2016)
The Apollo core is a FPGA-reimplementation of the m68k-series of Motorola which also provides a seperate graphic mode called SAGA. The core currently is used in the accelerator board "Vampire 600 V2". Among others the update "Silver7" provides too...

Jump'n Run: Vampire - Curse of the night (10. Jul. 2016)
"Vampire: Curse of the Night" is a jump'n run game developed with Backbone. It has three levels each with a final enemy. In total 12 different enemies appears, for which some hundreds of animation frames have been drawn - the biggest enemy has 80 frames. ...

FPGA: Apollo-Core-Update "Silver6" (24. May. 2016)
The Apollo core is a FPGA-reimplementation of the m68k series of Motorola which also provides a separate graphic output called SAGA. Currently the accelerator boards "Vampire 600 V2" are using the core. Already last week the latest update "Si...

FPGA: Vampire-600/Apollo update "SILVER5" (07. May. 2016)
The Apollo-Core is a FPGA-reimplementation of the m68k-series of Motorola which also features an emulteg) graphic chip named SAGA. The latest update of the core which currently is used in the Vampire-600 accelerator boards togehter with the included ve...

FPGA: Vampire 600/Apollo-Update "SILVER3" (09. Apr. 2016)
The Apollo-Core is a FPGA-reimplementation of the m68k-series of Motorola, which also provides an (emulated) graphic chip named SAGA. The latest update of the core which currently is used in the Vampire accelerator boards provides the following improvemen...

Podcast: AmiCast 10 interviewed Gunnar von Boehn (Apollo-Core) (28. Feb. 2016)
In its tenth issue, the English-language podcast AmiCast has interviewed the developer Gunnar von Boehn who is working on the Apollo-Core as well as on the accelerator board Vampire II. ...

Review: Accelerator board Vampire II (01. Feb. 2016)
Since the end of the last year, the FPGA-based accelerator board Vampire II can be ordered for the Amiga 600. As one of the first users who received such a board, Renaud 'TuKo' Schweingruber, member of the Swiss user group Amiga Multitask Force,...

Podcast: AmiCast 9 interviewed Tomasz Marcinkowski (PPA) (17. Jan. 2016)
In its ninth issue, the English-language podcast AmiCast has interviewed Tomasz Marcinkowski who is involved in the Polish portal PPA and the "Museum of the history of computers and computing". The podcast also is about the source codes of AmigaOS&nbsp...

Accelerator board: Vampire II for Amiga 600 can be preordered (23. Dec. 2015)
The Vampire is a FPGA-based accelerator board for the Amiga 600 (amiga-news.de reported). Now version II can be preordered. It is probably available from New Year's Eve on and is supposed to be faster as a 68060-processor with 80 MHz. Du...

New articles on Obligement website (01. Sep. 2015)
During the last two months, several new articles have been added to the website of the French AmigaOS and MorphOS magazine Obligement. Translations into other languages are very welcome. If you are interested then please contact David 'Daff' Brunet. ...

Obligement: Interview with Igor Majstorovic (English/French) (16. Aug. 2015)
The French Amiga magazine Obligement has interviewed Igor Majstorovic, who is the developer of the FPGA-based accelerator board Vampire 600. In his opinion all orders should be delivered until the end of the year. Additional to the English-languag...

Printed magazine: aMiGa=PoWeR 54 (in French) (03. Oct. 2014)
Since 1998 the French printed magazine aMiGa=PoWer has been published by the Association Franšaise du Libre Essai (AFLE). Issue 54 contains reviews about the AmigaOne X1000 compared with the AmigaOne XE, about the Vampire 600, the A-FTP-server a...

Apollo-Core: Photograph of Phoenix prototype (Update) (18. Jul. 2014)
Under the title link the developers of the Apollo-Core, which also is tested in the Vampire-600 accelerator board (amiga-news.de reported), have published a photograph of Rev. A of the Apollo-Phoenix-board. Probably in the third quarter of this ye...

68k-Core for FPGA: The "Apollo-Core" in use (13. May. 2014)
The "Apollo-Core" is the reimplementation of a m68k-CPU in a FPGA, which was originally developed for the Natami. Because instead of a CPU the Vampire 600 has a FPGA-unit, it can be used as test environment for the Apollo-Core. Now the developers (gr...

FPGA accelerator board: Vampire 600 can be preordered (07. Aug. 2013)
The Vampire 600 (amiga-news.de reported) now can be preordered for 90 Euro plus delivery costs. It is a FPGA-based accelerator board with 64 MB RAM which can emulate a MC68000, MC68010 or (partly) a MC68020. ...

Accelerator board: Vampire 600 is stable (25. Feb. 2013)
Two years ago Igor Majstorovic announced the FPGA-based accelerator board Vampire 600 for the Amiga 600. According to the developer in the VooDoo-Amiga forum this board is stable and is currently tweaked. He then is going to produce (after the revision) 5...

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