Back in 2007 I I purchased a NOS (new old stock) Amiga 4000T from Software Hut. Up until recently they were still available. I have since sold this Amiga 4000T, but I do have another NOS machine in my basement 🙂
Contact Software Hut by e-mailing them directly to inquire about availability of NOS Amiga 4000T’s.
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Just a small reminder, AmigaKit has AmigaOS 4.1 Classic in stock!
AmigaKit is also stocking compatible Radeon 9250 PCI graphic cards and RTL8029 based networking cards for AmigaOS 4.1 Classic.
AmigaKit has announced that it will begin stocking Radeon 9250 PCI cards with 128MB memory for AmigaOS 4.1 Classic. Pre-order is available immediately. These cards are 100% working with AmigaOS 4.1 Classic. A Medaitor PCI bus-board is required. Users with Prometheus or Firestorm PCI bus-boards will get Radeon support in the next update if technically possible. Follow the links above for further info!
Radeon 9250 128MB PCI
The Radeon 9250 is the recommended graphics card for AmigaOS 4.1 Classic. It gives the best 3D performance and allows for hardware desktop compositing which enables the possibility to turn on nice Workbench transparency effects.
In addition, AmigaKit announced it has stock of compatible PCI Network cards based on the Realtek 8029 chipset.
Late in 2010 I received a “New” GVP Spectrum Zorro II/III graphics card from the announced production run from Software Hut. Full hardware specs here: http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/egs28
Below are some unboxing photos!
Setup Debugging in AmigaOS 4.1 Classic
1) Modify your Sys:Kickstart/kicklayout-xxxx file (where xxxx is your model number). Change the kernel to kernel.debug. Save the file.
2) Modify your startup sequence so the C:Bootloader line reads:
C:Bootloader COMMANDLINE=”SERIAL DEBUGLEVEL=5 BAUDRATE=57600″
Save the file.
3) Power off your Amiga.
4) Connect a serial cable to your Amiga’s serial port, and connect the other end to another computer with a serial port.
5) Start the second computer where the cable is attached and start a Terminal program. Set it to a Baud Rate of 57600 8-N-1. Set that Terminal Program to capture the buffer to a file.
6) Turn on your Amiga. After the Kickstart loads and the machine resets, you should start to see serial output on the second computer. Save this output.