Thanks for this info. I bought my 3.1.4 roms directly from Hyperion's website and then I burned them with my EPROM burner. They work great but I'd like it to have the roms on the motherboard with the new intuition library included.McTrinsic wrote: ↑Thu Oct 22, 2020 11:47 pmPicasso 96 - now simply P96 - gets regular updates and IMHO is a good choice if you set up new.
Especially for the Picassos, where the software comes from.
Personally, I like to encourage continued development and buy such software.
With regards to 3.1.4, where did you buy it?
When getting directly from Hyperion, there is a Kickrom file in the distribution.
This can be used with tools such as maprom so that you can have only one reboot.
This ROMfile can also be modified with tools such as Remus:
I found the P96 site, created an account and purchased the software. Yes, their site is total crap for finding what you need. Crazy how difficult it was. However the software was about $20USD and well worth it. I can't wait to try it on my Picasso when it returns.McTrinsic wrote: ↑Sat Oct 24, 2020 4:34 amP96 is available from iComp.de .
It’s a bit weird. You purchase it and then under your order history you get a download link.
Regarding the ROM I am not quite sure what you want to achieve. If you have 3.1.4 in ROM - even if it is an EPROM - you have everything available at boot??
Or is it about the 184.108.40.206 modules?
I tried to run Remus but it keeps telling me I need MUI. Not sure which version of MUI to install but any archive I find won't fit on an ADF disk so I can't get it from my Windows PC to my Amiga.McTrinsic wrote: ↑Sun Oct 25, 2020 2:56 amAb, thanks for the clarification.
I would think that indeed Remus does the job. You could replace intuition and other modules.
Please test the new Kick with some sort of maprom or similar before burning to eprom.
Last time I tried Remus it was pretty straightforward.