WFM> First, there is a program in the sys:c directory (sys: is any disk youQuote:>>I'm fairly new to Amiga. Just need to know how to create a boot disk on an
WFM> install df0:
All you really need to do now is make a directory called "s" and in that put
an startup-sequence, so type
The contents of this should just load programs, for example if you wanted it
to display a line of text and load a game it should read something like:
echo "Now loading, please wait"
If you get stuck just get hold of some PD disks and see what they have on
them (so long as they boot :))
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from the shell:Quote:>I'm fairly new to Amiga. Just need to know how to create a boot disk on
put in the startup-sequence the commands to be executed at the disk boot.
that's all, hope it helps.
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The system I'm running has 4 Amiga 1200's in it and two of these four
systems have No keyboard NO floppy and use a PC Power Supply and only
have a HD for booting and they DON'T boot on POWERUP with the standard
Seagate Drive, ST9100. You must do a soft reboot to get the HD
to load WB. THIS REALLY SUCKS.
How can I make the Amiga 1200 actually WAIT for a HD response or put in a
very long wait perdiod rather than going too quickly to see if the HD is
there and if not NO HD AVAILABLE.
4. Lost Data
10. Amiga boot disk