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MorphZone : : Dr. Morbius Strikes Back!
Posted By: Targhan. on 2005/5/20 16:57:33
One year is passed since the publication of "From Genesi(s) To Revelation", and now Dr.Morbius strikes back! In his new article "The Rise and Fall of Installation Procedures" (that you will find in the Tutorials/Doctor'sOffice area of MorphZone) he makes first a historical review of the development of installation procedures for all computer platforms.

Then he specialises the review concentrating on our preferred environment, and discusses installation procedures like they were (Amiga's legacy), currently are, and should be in MorphOS. In this part of the article there is an entire section exceptionally contributed by another well-known MorphZone personality: Tokai. In section 6.2 of the article you will also find descriptions and links to two ARexx utilities (and their manuals) written to gain the highest possible control on every action done by any installation procedure in your hard disk.
 
  • Butterfly
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    Ah, thank you for this people, will be most handy when my Peg comes in a few days/weeks from now. 8-)
    An ode to Wayne Miller:

    "Oooooh yeahh!"
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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    DoctorMorbius_FP
    Joined: 2004/2/14
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    Thank you for your appreciation, and welcome to our world, Bodie_CI5.

    Are you the "Bodie" who searched for Fortran elsewhere in 2003? In such a case we already know each other...

    Regards,
    Dr.Morbius
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  • Butterfly
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    Hello Doc, thanks for your warm welcome. :-)

    Nah not me. I don't know how to code, unfortunately. My brother is a "Bodie", not sure if he was pursusing anything Fortran related, however.
    An ode to Wayne Miller:

    "Oooooh yeahh!"
  • »2005/5/23 9:27
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