Amiga Community Websites

The Amiga community is vast and diverse. More and more websites are coming up that deal with different aspects of the Commodore Amiga world.

This is an attempt at collecting some of the most interesting sites.


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My Commodore Amigas

Last updated: 2019-06-24

Amiga 500

Serial No.  
CPU Motorola 68000 7.09 MHz
Chipset OCS



ChipMem  512 KB 
SlowMem 512 KB



Trapdoor Memory expansion with 512 KB SlowMem

Amitech Autokick

3-way Automatic Kickstart Rom switcher

Roms labeled 1.2, 1.3 & 2.0

Boot selector Switches the internal disk drive (normally df0:) and first external disk drive (normally df1:) around
External floppy

Slimline case repurposed with a Gotek drive



Serial No. N/A - Emulator 
Mainboard  N/A
CPU Motorola 68000/68010/68020/68030/68040/68060
ChipMem  256-2048 KB 
SlowMem 0-2048 KB
FastMem 0-128 MB 




My Commodore history - part two: Commodore Amiga

As you may have read in part one, my computer story started with a Commodore 64. Through a friend, who had an Amiga 1000 I was introduced to the Amiga world. As I remember, he later got both an Amiga 500 and Amiga 2000. He actually had an Atari ST as well.

Read more: My Commodore history - part two: Commodore Amiga

My Commodore history - part three: Back to the Amiga

I finally got back into the Commodore Amiga in late May 2019 by purchasing a used Amiga 500. I have yet to set it up permanently but it has run a few times. I am planning how to set it up physically as well as how my setup with regard to software and hardware, etc.

I also have a few projects related to this Amiga 500, some of which I already have the parts for, others I need to prepare parts - I have the ingredients so to speak, and yet others I need to find the parts - and the funds for those parts...

Read more: My Commodore history - part three: Back to the Amiga

My Commodore history - part one: Commodore 64

My history with having computers started with the Commodore 64.

In the early 1980's when I was a child, me and my friends frequented partly the game arcade and the retail shops in town that had computers. Back then the different shops used to have computers on display that you could try, only from time to time you would get told to move on. 

Read more: My Commodore history - part one: Commodore 64



Articles about the Commodore Amiga line of computers, both (historic) information about this line of computers as well as articles on both legacy and new hardware as well as software and games, old and new. We will be looking at the AmigaOS, AmigaDOS, Workbench, ARexx and the CLI (Command Line Interface). 

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