Rom Kernel Reference Manual WIPAuthors: 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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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.
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.
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.
The book is still a work in progress, but I’ll pass pass it along to the authors. 🙂
Yes there is definitely a need for such information, however we are thinking of another medium for such topics – stay tuned
Any news of this medium and where to find updates of this book?
This is the current version of the book, no newer version is available.
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