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This was an interesting read, though I've never really delved into 68k assembler, even when I was playing with the Amiga.

In the early 1990s I purchased an Amiga 2000, then a couple of years later an Amiga 1200. A few years after that, Commodore "died" and I moved to a 486 and Windows (though I had used a DOS-base laptop prior to that). A few years later I move to Linux.

I still have my Amigas, and my 1080S - but I have no idea if any of it still works; they haven't been booted in over 20 years (though I have kept them stored well). I've thought about getting them running again; maybe someday (I've got more actual retro hardware than I have time and space for, honestly).




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