> > And about the Amiga-talk, I don't mind.I do have some of my own > > but due to lack of time they just lay quite in a corner. In this way I > > learn something without touching them. > > I can understand you. > I have got an Amiga (the 600) since 1993, but only in the last three years I > learnt how to use it like a real computer and not like a game-only machine. Ready to offer assistance/suggestions. I use only "real world" Amigas, not heavily hot-rodded PowerPC'ed kinky assemblies that are on the road nowadays. Having put a 68020 into a 2000 was quite a big jump to me... :-) yo, RDO - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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