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Andreas Magerl (ANF)

TCP stack: Roadshow update for MorphOS
Press release: Since today there is an update available, so roadshow can also be used on MorphOS. Roadshow is much faster than the internal TCP / IP stack for MorphOS.

Please note, that with MorphOS a manual installation of roadshow is required. The supplied installation script will not run under MorphOS. The user should therefore familiar with the operating system.

The manually installed Roadshow is now directly usable and requires no further intervention to boot. New sample files for the network usage on the Pegasos/Pegasos II, and for Apple hardware are also included.

The update can be downloaded for free on the Support homepage Roadshow.

About Roadshow

Roadshow is an Amiga TCP/IP stack, that allows you to connect to the Internet, to access your e-mail, web pages, chat, etc. It can also be used to access and exchange files within your local home network.

Roadshow is one of the fastest, if not THE fastest Amiga TCP/IP stacks.

Some features include:
  • Amiga-ised configuration utilities rather than the terse and somewhat cryptic Unix legacy tools
  • DHCP configuration for Ethernet devices
  • "TCP:" device support, for use with, for example, ARexx scripts
  • Enhanced & cleaned-up software development kit, that includes the complete source code to all the configuration tools and sample programs
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