MorphOS is an operating system, made to look and feel like AmigaOS 3.1 that ceased development in 1994.
This blog is for beginners and intermediate users who want some tricks and tips on how to make the most out of this great OS.
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I’m taking an official break from my blogging. The reason is that my son is now a year old and is taking up a lot of my time. I simply don’t have time anymore for all the work that goes … Continue reading
[Edit 20160224] Thanks to jPV I was able to correct some errors. You can read the manual with “more” and you shouldn’t use NOSOFT when copying system files. If you remember my last post I wrote about some viruses I … Continue reading
[Edit 151206] Added the authors homepage and some less important information. Thanks jPV! One of the downsides of MorphOS’s compatibility with the classic Amiga is that a lot of it’s viruses are also compatible. The other day I got reminded … Continue reading
File: Smart SMBFS [Edit 151117] jPV was nice and gave me a new, better script. See bottom. One of the few things I never bothered to learn anything about is how networks work. Mostly because it used to be such … Continue reading
Download demo (MorphOS). Preorder game (download links for AmigaOS 4 and AROS x86. As you may have read 2 blog posts ago Daniel Müßener was working on a port of Wings Remastered. Well, now a demo version has been released, and … Continue reading
[Edit 151030] Corrected some facts about memory card saving and digital/analog switch button. Added FPSE homepage at the bottom. Files: FPSE, joypad plugin [Edit] You can read a Spanish translation of the blog post here. As I’ve written earlier, even … Continue reading
[Edit 151029] Changed some factual errors about the reason Wings Battlefield got made. Added the names of the MorphOS Team members. [Edit] You can now read a French translation of this blog post here (with some additional information). I have … Continue reading