They also include a free copy of Workbench 1.3.3 as a “bonus” for anyone who wants or needs it as an added bonus.
Workbench 3.1 (40.43)
Bug fixes include:
- Compatible with A4000T
- Installer fixed to use proper assigns to allow installation from other media than 6 floppy disks
- C/SetClock v34.3 by Olaf Barthel, which fixes Y2K issues and also works on newer Kickstart versions. The old SetClock command got renamed and left on disk for reference
- Deactivated "FF" program in Startup-Sequence to prevent problems on 68020/030 processors
Kickstart 3.1 (40.72).
- Updated the copyright information text
- Fixed a small bug in the memory pools code which mirrors the same bug fix in the same code that was used in amiga.lib.
- The Boingball logo replaces the rainbow-coloured checkmark logo. Slightly brighter background colour.
- Rebuilt with SAS/C 6.59 in order to free up more ROM space because the copyright text in the updated exec.library. No other functional changes.
scsi.device 40.21 for A600
- Small bug fix to the IDE task initialization, which now makes it possible to use it on the A600. Older Kickstart ROMs would use scsi.device version 39, because unlike version 40, it did not crash on the A600.
scsi.device 40.21 for A1200
- Same binary as used for the A600
The question is, though, should we expect more updates in the future? And will any vendors sell the licensed EPROMs for those of us on classic hardware?