farvardin wrote:I'm trying to run VanillaMint on the MiST. I've already st_mint which works well, but I wanted another setup, if possible in color.
So, does the ST-core support the 030 now? If not, then forget about VanillaMiNT for now.
farvardin wrote:First, it was not very clear how to get this nvdi.prg. Is it required alone, does it need a nvdi configuration file and other stuff in addition? It's maybe obvious for people using mint for years, but not for newcomers.
NVDI is not MiNT-specific, it's a VDI replacement for all Ataris that offers a lot of additional features. You need this to use MiNT/XaAES on standard Atari hardware.http://www.s212939144.websitehome.co.uk/awarez/
Install NVDI first and get it working, then install MiNT after. But you need
a 030, 040 or 060 for the current VanillaMiNT.
farvardin wrote:"Use the desktop or a directory sorter to make sure that NVDI is located before mint.prg in the auto-folder. "
How can I do that? I've only renamed "nvdi.prg" to "anvdia.prg" so it will be started before mint.prg
Not it won't
Programs are not sorted in any way, they are started in the order you copy them to the folder. So you either need to first
copy nvdi.prg and then
mint.prg to the auto-folder, or use a program like Autosort, XBoot or similar tools to rearrange the running order.