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17 Aug 2017 17:08
|Register your Vampire online from today and get following benefits for free :|
- Be informed of next product releases
- Be informed of next core releases
- Download next core releases when they come out
(Apollo Team Member)
17 Aug 2017 17:15
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17 Aug 2017 18:51
|It would be nice to see a total number of vampires out there from this data|
17 Aug 2017 18:54
Hey, this is fun!!! Please unregister me so i can go again!!!!
17 Aug 2017 21:07
|maybe be later ...my vampire is dead at the mo|
18 Aug 2017 09:30
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18 Aug 2017 10:26
|Please note that registration will be needed for users to get access to new cores. This is completely free.|
18 Aug 2017 10:48
|My Amiga600 is broken at the moment, but I have a V600 (I bought another a600 from Ebay, but will arrive in a later moment). Can I register now using an Amiga1200 (without vampire card) or is mandatory to launch the .exe from a Vampirized Amiga? Or the serial requested can be found somewhere in the PCB of the V600?|
18 Aug 2017 12:16
|You need to run the tool from your Vampire system to get his serial number.|
18 Aug 2017 13:49
18 Aug 2017 14:55
|Is there supposed to be any confirmation email once completed? I think it worked, but iBrowse took a long time, so I'm a little concerned it may have not processed properly. |
18 Aug 2017 14:57
|i got one|
18 Aug 2017 15:07
|Aksel Andersen wrote:|
i got one
Damn, not seeing anything in my inbox or spam folder.
18 Aug 2017 15:21
|Not that I'm planning on selling my Vampire any time soon, but if I did, would the new owner need to re-register it? How would that work?|
18 Aug 2017 16:30
|Presumably the new owner puts their details in there, and it treats it as a new registration and overwrites the previous entry. Obviously, this means you must treat your serial number with secrecy to stop trolling by people who have noticed it anywhere.|
Personally, I would like some logic that generates some UUID for each unique owner that is generated internally by the tools and which can be validated against the serial number, that the registration would bond against. When the Vampire is passed on, the UUID is regenerated.
An alternative would be for the current owner to login, then relinquish their ownership on sending. Not everyone will do this - maybe the Vampire people can help with the aforementioned method to prove ownership of the Vampire, by including current date also in the generation of the UUID. Then you would just flash a current firmware to prove ownership using internal functions in the Vampire, then send the UUID to the registration site to fix the owner.
18 Aug 2017 16:35
|What's with this serial number Mark of the Beast BS?|
I don't want to use other systems because of this type of stuff. You know, the codes in the pentiums, etc.
If you expect us to register, I'd like to know how many systems are out there, for instance as a trade off.
Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
18 Aug 2017 17:56
|Thierry Atheist wrote:|
I'd like to know how many systems are out there
Yes, understanding how many systems in which countries are used is also one goal of us.
Also this will help us to identify which native install manuals we should work on.
18 Aug 2017 18:22
|Is it possible to update your record?|
I registered my V2+ as a V2 and tried resubmitting it with the right selection, but it says record already exist. Not sure if V2 vs. V2+ selection is important though..