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Recent News Submit News News   SQLite Manager updated News posted by Lazi on 20-Nov-2014 23:35:45 (181 reads)
SQLite Manager updated to V0.2

Download from here!

It is still alpha, so feature requests, bug reports are welcome!

This application based on the SQLite database engine and lets you create, view and modify databases. The database handling can happen via the GUI or there is an SQL command shell to serve any needs. There is a preliminary support for open xml spreadsheet files which can be converted to databases and even to native Amiga spreadsheets.

Main new feature is the ability to create queries by the SQL Select command or by interactively select corresponding items. The queries can transfer to new separate windows in any quantity.

Click READ MORE for screen shots ===>
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Events   Next FCUG meeting - Sunday, Nov. 23
  Events posted by RobertB on 20-Nov-2014 7:26:27 (94 reads)
Happy Thanksgiving, C= and Ami aficionados! The Fresno Commodore User Group has its next meeting from 11 a.m. to 1+ p.m., Sunday, Nov. 23 at --

Bobby Salazar's Mexican Restaurant
2839 North Blackstone Ave. (corner of Blackstone and Michigan)
Fresno, California

This month we have a veritable cornucopia of Commodore! In celebration of its 10th anniversary, we'll be playing the C64 DTV 30-games-in-one joystick, PAL and/or NTSC versions. On the C128 front, we'll try out the CP/M Kit (which includes Chess). For the VIC-20, we'll have the new 2014 games, Panicman, Pulse, Get the Cat, and Bounce. For the Plus/4, we'll examine the Plus/4 Diagnostic Cartridge from Rob C. of Switzerland. For the Amiga 500 (with 8 meg. SupraRAM and SupraTurbo 28 accelerator), we'll look at Silent Service II.

All that plus the promo video, the 8 Bit Generation with Jack Tramiel!

Too much hardware to bring!
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
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hardware Classic   Ray Carlsen's new Amiga power supplies
  hardware Classic posted by RobertB on 19-Nov-2014 6:09:31 (235 reads)
In addition to his power supplies for C64s, C128s, Plus/4s, and VIC-20CRs (see topic ), Ray Carlsen is now producing power supplies for the Amiga 500, Amiga 600, and Amiga 1200 (and will power the CMD hard drive for the above-named Commodores, too). His basic model is $80, not including shipping. See

He has even built a p.s. that will power an Amiga and a sidecar addition, like an A590 hard drive. See

Since these p.s.'s are made one at a time, ask Ray at rcarlsen(at) for their availability.

A more official announcement,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
  5 comments News   AEROS for Raspberry Pi beta 8 with HTML5 support News posted by phoenixkonsole on 18-Nov-2014 20:23:16 (212 reads)
AEROS (the AROS hosted distribution) for Raspberry Pi beta 8 is ready for download for registered users at
Codename this time is "Anti Anti"
- Better compatibility with different SD-cards (8GB or more is reuquired)
- Supports now Raspberry Pi model B+ and A
- changed theme for linux app to one with less hunger for ressource
- Epiphany Webbrowser with HW-accelerated HTML5 (youtube is working, HTML5 games as well)
- Latest debian Wheezy systemfiles
- enabled AROS network stack at boot so games and software requiring this will work now (for example Abuse)
- Removed old unnecessary stuff

Public release follows as usual some days later (missing the feature of executing Linux apps from AROS).
  3 comments News   New video showing Icaros Desktop 2.0.1 and classic software News posted by paolone on 18-Nov-2014 17:54:09 (195 reads)
Incoming update 2.0.1 of AROS distribution Icaros Desktop will include many bug fixes and a better integration of classic Amiga applications. These new features have been announced and shown in a 20 minute HD video, on Icaros Desktop website.

For more informations:
  1 comment News   New PCMCIA Right Angled Adapter News posted by amigakit on 17-Nov-2014 15:12:16 (542 reads)
We are pleased to announce that the new PCMCIA Right Angled Adapter for Amiga 1200 or 600 is now in available in stock.

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Events   Saku 2014: Photo Reports and Highlights!
  Events posted by jPV on 17-Nov-2014 14:06:53 (365 reads)
Finnish Amiga Users Group's Saku 2014
The event was held in Tampere, Finland, on September 20th and the event was crowded out by an estimated 200-300 visitors.

Highlight of the event was Petro Tyschtschenko's (Commodore/Amiga International) and Michael Battilana's (Cloanto) speech, which featured lots of history, details and memories - and some forward-looking thoughts as well. The event also featured other interesting guests, such as the theatre director and writer Jotaarkka Pennanen, who was one of the very first Amiga owners in Finland. He continued utilizing Amigas both personally and professionally all the way up to the Amiga 4000.

Click READ MORE for details ===>
  5 comments | Read more News   indieGO!- Bonusprogram for Developers News posted by phoenixkonsole on 15-Nov-2014 16:25:45 (1076 reads)
Next month we will open the store in terms of "being able to purchase something". For now people can only download freeware or commercial stuff if they have a "voucher-code".

The developer bonus program checks each month for the month's top10 Developers (by downloads) and each of them will get 1/10th of the bonus sum. The amount of the bonus sum will differ month to month based on the financial surplus. As a start, I've thrown in 100€ which equals to 10000amicoins (indiecoins are the same).

  27 comments | Read more (1 , 2) News   New software releases by OnyxSoft News posted by Deniil715 on 14-Nov-2014 17:51:42 (581 reads)
OnyxSoft releases a few updates to MPlayer-GUI, CodeAudio and BackUp.

MPlayer-GUI v1.53 - (OS4) GUI for MPlayer for OS4.

- Added a chooser for dvd/dvdnav since newer MPlayers work better with dvd instead of dvdnav.
- Added the new comp_yuv and comp_yuv2 video outputs for the new RadeonHD v2-enabled mplayer.
- Added webm file type and reordered the file pattern list.
- Reinserted the old cgx_vmem in case someone has a machine where this works best.
- Moved the "Show MPlayer output" setting to the main page for easier access.
- Added "# = Switch language" to the key help page.

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Events   SC3 Arcade Party - this Saturday
  Events posted by RobertB on 12-Nov-2014 6:25:11 (180 reads)
Once again it's time for the SC3 Arcade Party in Claremont (Los Angeles area), California! Join the 150 or so attendees in enjoying games on dozens of classic game consoles, classic computers (like Commodore and Amiga), stand-up electronic arcade games, and even pinball machines. Watch classic gaming videos and commercials on the backyard projection screen. Sell/buy/trade classic gaming items. Try winning the raffle of classic gaming goods. Chow down on the pizza, beverages, and dessert. To cover the food, a low monetary donation is all that is asked.

The excitement starts at 4 p.m. and runs until midnight. Find the RSVP at

and then you'll receive an e-mail for the exact location.

Prepping for the trip to southern California,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
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