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17.11.07 at 21:51:22
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Can't remember where these are...  Or what games were done  Cry

Was there one for Leavin' Terramis?  If so could someone post up a pre-installed version so I can copy the files over to my HD?

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Re: ULS Downloads
Reply #1 - 18.11.07 at 11:49:18
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Hi the installers are on CD186 which you can get from here:

http://www.dbug-automation.co.uk/181p.htm
  

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Reply #2 - 18.11.07 at 15:52:36
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Thanks CJ.

Now I'm going to be a royal pain in the arse and ask where to find the menu disks these installers work with...sorry...  Embarrassed
  

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Reply #3 - 18.11.07 at 21:48:05
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Just run each installer and it will ask for the menus the files are at.

Now, if you want the menus themselves, then I think that sites like http://atari.st have them hosted for downloading. We're really bad boys for not releasing the official Automation/D-Bug/BBC DVD yet  Cry
  
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Reply #4 - 19.11.07 at 12:30:40
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I will put all the ULS versions up on the web-site very soon Smiley (including all the files etc)

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Reply #5 - 19.11.07 at 15:29:01
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Cheers, that will be really helpful Smiley

Have any other ULS patches been created by other users, or just D-Bug?  I always thought that it was a great system for installing games on HD.

Is ULS dead now or just sleeping?  I suppose the Falcon patches have taken their place...

In the past I've installed some of them onto a virtual HD via steem, and I've now copied the installed files over to my real recently-purchased Atari HD.  It's a bit of a cop out, but it would be nice to have pre-installed versions hosted on the d-bug site in the same way you host the Falcon HD patches...it would save the trouble of having to hunt around for the original menu disks.
  

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Reply #6 - 19.11.07 at 20:04:10
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Ok, I'll try and do it real soon.

re: ULS. It is not dead just hibernating. It still has it's uses though! Smiley Especially for games with load/save (like Harlequin)

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Reply #7 - 19.11.07 at 23:03:46
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ULS had a major revision a few months back but is on hold at present until I get the motivation to make the final push for Falcon compatibility (using the PMMU)

Its a lot of work, and is only really useful for games that save.. plus we've been toying with our universal msa loader, which will obsolete ULS I guess - but thats a long while away yet from a release.
  

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Reply #8 - 20.11.07 at 00:24:07
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Universal MSA loader?  Intriguing...

Sounds like the ST equivalent of Daemon Tools - this could be a genuinely useful util that will guarantee D-Bug a place in the Atari hall of fame! Wink
  

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Reply #9 - 05.08.08 at 09:17:33
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Here is the latest build (I think - it's been a while)

  

ULS20a.ZIP ( 9 KB | Downloads )

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Reply #10 - 30.12.08 at 11:09:49
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This Topic was moved here from ULS Latest Build [move by] CJ.
  

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