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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Tag Archives: Hardware
It has been a busy couple of weeks. First I have been working hard to make my new Mac Mini the way I want it by cleaning it up extensively after restoring my backup. But now it’s pretty much done. … Continue reading
Early last week I started to have problems with my G5. While it always had a slight tendency to get stuck in “gray screen” (early open firmware) it now started to get stuck in “black screen” (no HD bootup). First … Continue reading
Yesterday we got confirmation that MorphOS is being ported to the A-Eon X5000 motherboard. This means that MorphOS will soon support not one currently selling motherboard, but two. Some time ago the MorphOS Team also told the community that the … Continue reading
[Edit] Don’t forget to close the lid to make the external monitor work. A Powerbook is quite a good choice for a MorphOS machine. The top of the line have a 1.67 GHz processor, up to 2 GB RAM (1.5 … Continue reading
Today is election day in Sweden. I’m watching the events unfold and it looks like we will have a change of government: from an alliance of conservatives, pseudo-liberals, Christians and farmers party turned Randian capitalists turned back to farmers party … Continue reading
INSTALLING AN SSD ON MY POWERMAC G5 I have been looking for an SSD for my PowerMac G5 for a while now, and I finally got my hands one one. The problem is that the G5 uses SATA 1, and … Continue reading
If you remember my post My MorphOS Systems, then you probably noted the almost Amiga-like keyboard that I have and doesn’t work. Well, as a matter of fact I have found a way to get that keyboard to work. It’s not … Continue reading