First of all, I was not able to get the JIT running, so I lost motivation and started something else.
I always wondered, how the WinUAE gui was built and had a look, how a Windows gui is calculated. Well, every single "object" has fixed coordinates and sizes..!
Now I want to install PFS3, so I have been lazy and downloaded the PFS3 from aminet: http://aminet.net/package/disk/misc/PFS3_53 and unpacked it. (7zip unpacks lha files) and put it in the “T” directory of my rescuepartition.
in WB, first doubleclick on “Rescue”, rightclick to get the menues in the Window menu, Show -> all files” then you can fint T and then click to PFS3 install icons
Many times on different forums I have seen the question:
1. How do I install Workbench on a CF Card to me moved to my Amiga
2. How do I use PFS3
So, I decided to do this step-by-step guide of doing both of this. I will use workbench 3.9 if you want to install 3.1 you are in your own after you mounted the CF etc. But if you use large CF cards I recomend you to use 3.9 with all boingbags.
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Now it is time to fix power, storage and finalize the build.
First, as the BPPC requires more power then the Amiga motherboard can handle. I have to add one extra +5V line. I was thinking on how to fix this. First I was planned to use the “Sheild” cable in the powercable as it was unused, but after some thinking I decided this to be a bad move and IF I should connect that to an non-modified Amiga, bad things would happen. So I decided to have a extra powercable for the separate +5V.
As long as you just want to emulate a basic a500 without a JIT, building uae is quite straight forward.
But for 32-bit, JIT and most other nice features you need to adapt the uae memory model to the host abilities. Enabling JIT still causes green boot screens, but at least ZIII support is coming closer: