Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 16th Aug 2012 16:41 UTC
Amiga & AROS AmigaOS 4.1 update 5 has been released. It's a bug-fix release, but does contain new features as well. For instance, Amiga 68K emulation has been improved, and a full Workbench 3.1 installation is now included, as well as several authentic Amiga ROMs and Workbench files. Available for free for eligible platforms, including SAM devices.
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RE: By the way...
by Thom_Holwerda on Thu 16th Aug 2012 21:40 UTC in reply to "By the way..."
Thom_Holwerda
Member since:
2005-06-29

I think Amiga Forever is the way to go, it's by Cloanto.

http://www.amigaforever.com/

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RE[2]: By the way...
by mpxlbs on Thu 16th Aug 2012 21:49 in reply to "RE: By the way..."
mpxlbs Member since:
2009-01-25

Hey Thom, thanks for replying.

I found the feedback form and will ask them there if they sell the disks seperately, already on DD's.

Edited 2012-08-16 21:51 UTC

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RE[3]: By the way...
by raddude9 on Fri 17th Aug 2012 17:53 in reply to "RE[2]: By the way..."
raddude9 Member since:
2009-07-15

You get .adf images of the disks on the Amaga Forever CD, with a pc you can copy them to your compact flash card and then burn them on the Amiga.

Or if you're looking to buy the Real original disks, try looking through Amibay, it's eBay for retro computers:
http://www.amibay.com/

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RE[2]: By the way...
by bassbeast on Fri 17th Aug 2012 04:51 in reply to "RE: By the way..."
bassbeast Member since:
2007-11-11

But is that legal? I thought the whole problem was Amiga is in this legal limbo, with half a dozen claiming ownership. I know someone ended up with the Commodore logo but last I heard Amiga was still in legal purgatory, has that changed?

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RE[3]: By the way...
by kurkosdr on Fri 17th Aug 2012 20:36 in reply to "RE[2]: By the way..."
kurkosdr Member since:
2011-04-11

Wikipefia has documented the AmigaOS legal limbo rather nicely. It was between Amiga Inc (owner) and Hyperion Entertainment (contractor). Haage wasn't involved, they were just another contractor.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_AmigaOS_4_dispute#sec...

The end result was that Hyperion reached an agreement with Amiga Inc to develop Amiga OS, but nobody knows what Amiga Inc got as an exchange).

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