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New Atari Configuration for V4 Atari

Olivier Landemarre

Posts 130
23 Sep 2022 22:40


Hello all
You can now download a new configuration for your Atari V4:
download : EXTERNAL LINK  Create a first partition on a SDcard or compact flash of 256MB format in FAT16 format
Copy the content of C folder in the root of your FAT16 partition
It not come with NVDI, you should copy nvdi.prg in nvditool.s to have it working, you can too add in this folder other stuff of NVDI, that's all, it is NVDI 5 need, you can decide to not add NVDI, there is choice to use fVDI too
With this configuration internet will not work, if you want try it or test some unix tool such bash, gcc... you need download : EXTERNAL LINK  Then you need create a new partition in FAT32 (should be ok in ext2 too I think) and put the content of D folder in root of this partition.

Have fun!


Olivier Landemarre

Posts 130
25 Sep 2022 20:06


I have done a small mistake, I forogt to copy one file for emutos : emudesk.inf
You can download it at : EXTERNAL LINK  And put it in root of C drive, now Emutos should work without Mint.

Olivier

Olivier Landemarre wrote:

Hello all
  You can now download a new configuration for your Atari V4:
  download : EXTERNAL LINK  Create a first partition on a SDcard or compact flash of 256MB format in FAT16 format
  Copy the content of C folder in the root of your FAT16 partition
  It not come with NVDI, you should copy nvdi.prg in nvditool.s to have it working, you can too add in this folder other stuff of NVDI, that's all, it is NVDI 5 need, you can decide to not add NVDI, there is choice to use fVDI too
  With this configuration internet will not work, if you want try it or test some unix tool such bash, gcc... you need download : EXTERNAL LINK  Then you need create a new partition in FAT32 (should be ok in ext2 too I think) and put the content of D folder in root of this partition.
 
  Have fun!




Willem Drijver
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 119
26 Sep 2022 19:37


Thank you Olivier for your work on Atari on. Apollo V4!


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