Zamuel_a wrote:From what I read this was supposed to be easy but I couldn't get anywere, even after several hours or trying. I can't imagine this was the stuff Atari wanted people to use for the Falcon.
Zamuel_a wrote:It booted up and I got several error texts. For example "can't open u:/a/mint/1-18-0/mint.cnf
Zamuel_a wrote:I couldn't find anything called "68000" but tried some others. I found one freemint version and when it booted it complained about missing stuff and just got a "system halted" message.
There are no installation files. Just AUTO and some other folders. Can't understand why it has to be so difficult?
point xaaes.cnf to your desktop (bottom of the file) and give it a go.
Zamuel_a wrote:I read the info next to the download files it says stuff like "all you need, no installation, just click and start and so on..."
Arne wrote:Tried VanillaMint today on a 14MB F030 and got problems, too. Will have a look tomorrow again.
Arne wrote:BTW: which NVDI should be used on a F030 with standard Videl graphics? I tried 3.31 and got a distorted desktop with VanillaMint and an error code (think it was -134 but I'm not sure.). NVDI 3.31 works fine with TOS 4.04.
Zamuel_a wrote:I tried it under Hatari (maybe I need a real Falcon for it to work?)
Zamuel_a wrote:I set it up to be 16Mhz 68030 with 14Mb RAM. Put VanillaMint on a HD floppy image and used an empty folder as HD.
Zamuel_a wrote:I started the install program on the floppy image...
did you use STzip? Better use zip.ttp for unziping stuff on Atari.
calimero wrote:.. STzip is old and sometimes is source of problems...
Arne wrote:But I HATE TTPs. Hey, we got mouse support from the beginning in '85. Why fall back to ancient command lines...
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