If at all possible, save yourself a lot of trouble and get Final Edition as soon as it becomes available. Then install that on a fresh partition and copy over anything you might need from the old installation.engine5 wrote:What can I do to upgrade)
Good that you got it workingengine5 wrote:Ah, it was an error in the downloaded update 3 -I've reloaded again, installed new from 4.1.1 and now it works!
But how can I use AmiUpdate for the latest Updates? Can't find it in the folders -as described it should be installed with update 6...
...found it -just rightclick in the WB....
You're welcome .engine5 wrote:Yes, thank you for your help.
That's probably a good idea. Both for having enough space (I'm lying to you here, BTW, nobody ever has enough space ), and to be able to keep some space unpartitioned for future installations. You can use the same Work/data partition (or make more), and just set up new boot partitions as you need them. Then you can select them from the UBoot menu by using the BootDevice mechanism (see Documentation/Kickstart/bootmenu.doc). Oh, BTW, don't format your partitions as JXFS, use SFS. JXFS is being obsoleted with Final Edition and will only work in read mode. SFS\0 for normal use, or SFS\2 if you need big partitions (>127GB, IIRC) or big files (>2GB), and can live without having any repair/recovery tools other than backups taken in time.May I should consider buying a new HD, as it's just a 120GB drive, split into system and data partition.
That is strange - AmiUpdate should only offer updates for modules which apply to your platform. What do you mean by "not applicable"? What does it say?AmiUpdate is working well -just 4 updates are not applicable
Which graphics card and monitor? Which modes are there to choose from in that resolution?Unfortunately Full HD is selectable, but not working via VGA.
Great!But peanuts, the system is working and makes a lot of fun!
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