Roadshow is an Amiga TCP/IP stack allows you to connect to the Internet, access your e-mail, web pages, chat, etc. It can also help you access and exchange files within your local home network.
Roadshow is one of the fastest, if not the fastest Amiga TCP/IP stack. In sustained data transmission tests, Roadshow was able to receive 997 KBytes/s (tested on an Amiga 3000T, using 40 MHz 68040 WarpEngine CPU card and an Ariadne Ethernet card).
Roadshow is compatible with the vast majority of Amiga networking programs which use the AmiTCP program interface, such as OWB, IBrowse, AWeb-II, YAM, SabreMSN, ATC and others.
Roadshow comes with comprehensive documentation, in the form of AmigaGuide files and a printable PDF reference document (more than 100 pages). The reference document covers everything from installation, to configuration files, the shell commands which make up Roadshow, to the individual command and configuration file parameters.
Roadshow includes not only the TCP/IP stack software, but also a firewall. A full set of shell commands to control both is included, as well diagnostic and file transfer commands.
Drivers for PPP networking are included as well, which allow you to connect your Amiga via ADSL modems and serial lines (modem, ISDN, etc.).
For more information about Roadshow, please visit this products the dedicated webpage.
Darren Coles has just released a new version of Ami-Express, a rewrite in Amiga E language of the BBS (electronic newsletter system) management software of the same name originally created by Lightspeed Technologies in the 1990s.
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Krzysztof Donat has just released a new version of GoADF!.
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OffseT has just released a new version of NetFS, an AREXX network file and port sharing system for MorphOS or for Amiga.
It handles all the specifics of MorphOS & Amiga filesystems such as comments and protection bits.
It enables security management with password protection, encryption of data exchanged, and benefits from an asynchronous mechanism for managing the connection in order to avoid freezes and annoying waiting times. It also supports IECLASS events and DOS notifications. Sharing AREXX ports is also possible.
This new version integrates MUI graphical interfaces for preferences, network exploration and pop-up management. All the tools supplied with NetFS are translated into French, English, German and Spanish.
Ján Zahurančík has just released Amikit XE, a complete preconfigured package avaible now for Amiga with Vampire card and Vampire standalone. AmiKit XE is also available on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Peter Keunecke has just released a new version of icon.library. This library has been written completely in optimized ASM code with IconBeFast 2 already built in. It works much faster
now and is also a lot smaller than the original icon.library.
Steffen Gutmann has just released version 4.2 of its famous MUIBase software.
MUIbase is a fast and flexible database system for MorphOS, Linux, Windows and Amiga. It is targeted for advanced desktop users who want to manage data in a comfortable and powerful way. MUIbase is able to manage any kind of data, e.g. addresses, CD series, movies, photo collections, your family tree, your income and expense, and much more. The power of MUIbase lies in its clear and powerful graphical user interface and its programming capabilities. Programming MUIbase allows you to process data in various ways, e.g. automatic calculations upon user input, generation of reports, import and export of data, etc. For example MUIbase can be used for calculating the total amount of income, or the total amount of recorded time on a CD, or to automatically create and print serial letters to your customers.