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AmigaOS 4.0 - About OS4 - Preferences

UBOOT - OS4 Specific Preferences Editor

The U-Boot Prefs "OS4 Specific" is accessed from the fourth tab and gives access to all of the OS4 Specific related parameters. Other parameters can be accessed by clicking on the other tabs at the top of the display, namely Boot, Hardware, or IDE Ports.

AmigaOS U-Boot Preferences Menu

PS2 Keyboard mapping table
Options available are:
  • Load mapping file from disk - select keyboard mapping file from the standard file requester.
  • Map Help key to PRNSCR/SYSREQ instead of Scroll Lock - equivalent to kbddev_sysreqishelp in UBoot Environment Variables and specifies that the PRNSCR/SYSREQ or PRNSCR/SYSRQ (as shown on many keyboards) key should be mapped as the Help key. Normally unset.
  • Set r.win to the menu key - equivalent to kbddev_norwin in UBoot Environment Variables and specifies that the Right Windows key should be mapped as the Menu key. Normally unset.
Picasso96Monitor
Options available are:
  • Board name
  • Soft Sprite -
  • Use interrupts -
  • Ignore mask -
  • Grant direct access -
  • Fake native modes -
  • Display chain -
  • Disable blitter use -
  • System to screen blits -
Action Buttons
When you make changes you can choose to 'Save' them permanently, 'Revert' to the previously saved values, or you can 'Cancel' and lose all changes. (The Revert option does not appear to be working properly at this time.)

Disclaimer: Amiga Auckland have prepared the above information for the use of its members based on our experiences and as such is subject to revision at any time. Amiga Auckland cannot guarantee any of the information and cannot be held accountable for any issues that may result from using it.


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Revised: February 9, 2006.