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 This board is supported by Amix, during install reply 'yes' when it asks if you have a graphics board and select A2410. This board is supported by Amix, during install reply 'yes' when it asks if you have a graphics board and select A2410.
  
-Then use olinit — -tiga -tm 3 for a full color 800x600 screen on the A2410's output.+Following commands are from the "UNIX System V Release 4 Amiga Version 2.0 Addendum" to start OpenLook in A2410 modes:
  
-==== What else is there? ====+For 1024x768 mode: **olinit -- -tiga**
  
-With the use of drivers from the **Gateway UNIX CD**, certain other graphics cards are supported which may be easier to find (see the hardware page or the readme in the archive for a complete list)Among them is the Picasso II/PicassoII+, both of which are relatively easy to find on eBay and the like — especially compared to the A2410. Before Jeff's attempt however, no current installations were known.+For 800x600 mode: **olinit -- -tiga -tm 3** 
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 +The A2410 is also emulated by WinUAE. 
 + 
 +==== What else is there? ====
  
 +With the use of drivers from the [[http://amigaunix.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/downloads:gatewayvol2_cd_amix_files.zip|Gateway UNIX CD]], certain other graphics cards are supported which may be easier to find (see the hardware page or the readme in the archive for a complete list). Among them is the Picasso II/PicassoII+, both of which are relatively easy to find on eBay and the like — especially compared to the A2410. Before Jeff's attempt however, no current installations were known.
  
-Some history ([[http://gopher.muffinlabs.com/telefisk.org/amiga/Amix/Klaus_Burckert_patch/Readme.AMIX|source]]): 
  
-//These archives are a donation from Klaus Burckert.+Some history ([[http://gopher.muffinlabs.com/telefisk.org/amiga/Amix/Klaus_Burckert_patch/Readme.AMIX|source]]): //These archives are a donation from Klaus Burckert.
  
 Klaus currently works at Village Tronic, at was, is and will be responsible for the hardware design of the graphic boards Klaus currently works at Village Tronic, at was, is and will be responsible for the hardware design of the graphic boards
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 3. Run olinit and xinit to make sure they are set up on your machine and working. You should be able to bring up the hideous black and white display. Do this also for other user accounts that you wish to be able to use X later (or copy the config files into that user's home directory later). 3. Run olinit and xinit to make sure they are set up on your machine and working. You should be able to bring up the hideous black and white display. Do this also for other user accounts that you wish to be able to use X later (or copy the config files into that user's home directory later).
  
-4. Download the SVGA Drivers, uncompress them using bzcat AMIX.tar.bz2 tar -xf - and gunzip the file X11R5_bin.tar.gz using gzip -d X11R5_bin.tar.gz to end up with a file named X11R5_bin.tar. Write this file to an empty tape on your A3070, don't forget to retension/zero out if necessary (//see this page for more info on working with tape in AMIX//): dd if=X11R5_bin.tar bs=512 of=/dev/rmt/4h+4. Download the [[http://amigaunix.com/lib/exe/fetch.php/downloads:gatewayvol2_cd_amix_files.zip|Gateway's UNIX CD's Amix files]], gunzip the file X11R5_bin.tar.gz (using gzip -d X11R5_bin.tar.gzto end up with a file named X11R5_bin.tar. Write this file to an empty tape on your A3070, don't forget to retension/zero out if necessary (//see this page for more info on working with tape in AMIX//): dd if=X11R5_bin.tar bs=512 of=/dev/rmt/4h
  
 5. Copy the file install.svga from the drivers archive to the AMIX machine (put it in your home directory or /tmp) and run it: sh install.svga You can use an MS-DOS formatted 720k floppy to copy the file. On AMIX insert the disk and execute the command mcopy A:INSTALL.SVG /destinationdirectory/install.svga 5. Copy the file install.svga from the drivers archive to the AMIX machine (put it in your home directory or /tmp) and run it: sh install.svga You can use an MS-DOS formatted 720k floppy to copy the file. On AMIX insert the disk and execute the command mcopy A:INSTALL.SVG /destinationdirectory/install.svga
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