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Rom Kernel Reference Manual WIP

Authors: Camilla Boemann, Jason Stead
Years of publishing: 2021
Notes: The RKRM (for OS3.2) on this page is a WIP project. Saving versioning, and making the manual available during work.

ROM Kernel Reference Manual
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8 thoughts on “Rom Kernel Reference Manual OS32 WIP

  1. Thanks for the continuing work on the Amiga operating systems. In addition to still using ARP 1.3 in one system, I am also using OS 3.2, as well as OS 3.9. I still use the Amiga regularly, and am impressed at how reliable OS was from the beginning.
    In the early Amiga days, I switched to the Amiga Replacement Program 1.3 OS, which was written in machine code and was available on the Fred Fish Disks.
    What a great computer, even today.

  2. yes, many thanks. now i have more time near retirement i want to get back to the first compute ri ever owned, and this will help greatly. now if i could find a replacement copy of Delphi Noetics F-Basic V5.0 – i lost that and really want that back.

  3. This is fantastic. However some guides on build environments might be useful. For example SAS/C 6.58 required me copying over the include_h and lib files from the 3.2 NDK before the first example would compile.

  4. Hi Camilla and co great work on everything – but it would be great to have a OS3.2 SDK similar to the OS4 one, one that installs everything you need, and more importantly installs them in a standardised location, so that when people are collaborating on projects, it’s an easy process to be sure everyone has the same toolchain, same versions of compilers, same configurations

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