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AmigaOne X5000 platform specific issues related to Linux only.

Re: Repository

Postby acefnq » Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:59 am

Skateman wrote:That just looks great!! I am looking forward to the moment my Videocard will be supported in linux as well. (R7 250)

For now its just a bummer having to choose... AmigaOS support or Linux Support... but not both :-(

Anyway! Keep up the good work!



Check ou Spectre660's forum topic on Dual Video Cards. Julian has managed to get dual cards working on X5000 so you can use both systems. I am awaiting delivery of the same hardware (very cheap) and will give it a go and report back.

Happy New Year

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Re: Repository

Postby caseycullen » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:12 am

I recently compiled and packaged Project::OSiRiON, and made it available on my ppcutopia repo. Osirion is a 3D space combat and trading game (screenshot below). It works very well on my X5000, but unfortunately there is a bit of sound distortion I could not fully resolve.
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apt-get install osirion

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Re: Repository

Postby caseycullen » Sat Feb 24, 2018 7:35 am

I recently added RetroBlazer to my ppcutopia repo. RetroBlazer is a retro-inspired fps with nice, very colorful graphics and catchy music.
To try RetroBlazer, add the ppcutopia repo and:
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sudo apt-get install retroblazer

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Re: Repository

Postby xeno74 » Sat Feb 24, 2018 12:36 pm

caseycullen wrote:I recently added RetroBlazer to my ppcutopia repo. RetroBlazer is a retro-inspired fps with nice, very colorful graphics and catchy music.
To try RetroBlazer, add the ppcutopia repo and:
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sudo apt-get install retroblazer



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Re: Repository

Postby acefnq » Mon Feb 26, 2018 10:08 am

caseycullen wrote:I recently added RetroBlazer to my ppcutopia repo. RetroBlazer is a retro-inspired fps with nice, very colorful graphics and catchy music.
To try RetroBlazer, add the ppcutopia repo and:
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sudo apt-get install retroblazer

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Re: Repository

Postby caseycullen » Sun Mar 11, 2018 9:59 am

I recently added OAML and Wyrmsun to the ppcutopia repository. OAML is Open Adaptive Music Library, and it allows games such as Wyrmsun to implement interactive or dynamic music. Wyrmsun is an RTS in the style of the classic Starcraft and Warcraft games, along with some features of more modern RTS, such as persistent heroes.
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apt get install oaml wyrmsun

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Re: Repository

Postby xeno74 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:31 pm

caseycullen wrote:I recently added OAML and Wyrmsun to the ppcutopia repository.


Hi Casey,

Many thanks for adding OAML and Wyrmsun to your repository. Wyrmsun works on my AmigaOne X1000. (see screenshot)

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Re: Repository

Postby caseycullen » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:47 pm

xeno74 wrote:Hi Casey,

Many thanks for adding OAML and Wyrmsun to your repository. Wyrmsun works on my AmigaOne X1000. (see screenshot)


Excellent! Thanks for checking it out!
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Re: Repository

Postby caseycullen » Sun Apr 01, 2018 11:24 am

I recently added a Quake enhancement package that includes the no-charge shareware version. You can copy your retail game data to play the full version with the same enhancements. This package *does not* try to keep the original look/feel/gameplay; instead it completely modernizes Quake and takes full advantage of everything the Darkplaces engine can do, and the result is pretty impressive.
-High def, normal mapped, gloss mapped, glow mapped, and luma mapped textures
-High def, normal mapped model skins with shaders
-Weather effects like rain, snow, fog, mist
-High poly weapon models with high def, normal mapped, bump mapped, gloss mapped, skins
-Particle effects for fire, blood, magic, special effects, etc.
-Transparency shaders for water, slime and special effects
-High def moving skies
-Real time world illumination, real time shadows, and colored light sourcing
-High quality sound effects and new music soundtrack
-Gameplay enhancements: new HUD, press f for flash light, mouse2 for melee attack, start enemies on fire or gib them for health boosts, enemies can poison you or ignite you (read /usr/share/doc/Readme-PPCUtopia-Quake for full explanation)
-Several new enemies

Before installing this, update RetroBlazer if you have it installed to avoid config conflicts. I configured this package to give acceptable fps on my X5000, running a Radeon HD6870. If you experience poor performance disable the real time world illumination "RT World" in the Options>Lighting menu.

apt-get install quake-enhance-pkg


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