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Drive WinDH:C?

Author Zeraphine
#1 Posted: 15 Dec 2014 21:36 

i have another question (i hope the last ^^).

Let me forget my bad english (its not my first language). I hope you can understand what i now write:

I have installed the windows version, and the linux version, both on one pc (the linux version was a little bit corrupt, but it now works, i have abborted the mistake in the zip archiv).

In the windows version, when AmiKit starts, i have the RAM Disk, and another Drive called "WinDH:C". I love this drive, because i can read my complete windows pc with it. I can copy from my Windows directory anything to the Amiga Ram Disk. Really cool!

Now the question: How can i geht this "Windows Drive WinDH:C" in the Linux version?

greetings, and you make a good job here with old Amiga Freaks

Author AmiKit
#2 Posted: 18 Dec 2014 10:48 
Hi Zeraphine,

check the screenshot on page 4 in this document:

You should be able to configure E-UAE to point to some of your Linux folder and this folder appears as a drive in AmiKit.

Hope it helps!

Author Zeraphine
#3 Posted: 19 Dec 2014 02:17 
I dont use Linux

I use FS-UAE with the Linux version of AmiKit ^^

Hmm, but i could try it with fs-uae and add a drive in settings.

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