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= Welcome to the AmigaOS Documentation Wiki =
 
= Welcome to the AmigaOS Documentation Wiki =
  
This is the AmigaOS Documentation Wiki. Here we collect all information for users and developers of AmigaOS 4.x and beyond.
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This is the AmigaOS Documentation Wiki. Here we collect all information for users and developers of AmigaOS version 4.0 and beyond.
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== For Users ==
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The [[UserDoc:Main|User Documentation Section]] is meant as a starting point for users. It begins by explaining the concepts of AmigaOS, the AmigaDOS commands and the Workbench environment. It shows how to use Menus, the Keyboard Shortcuts available, and later how to configure the Workbench and AmigaOS from the look and feel of the desktop (e.g. changing the background image) to more comprehensive tasks such as setting up a network, configuring Sound Cards and similar information.
  
 
== For Developers ==
 
== For Developers ==
 
Documentation is organized into multiple sections. The [[DeveloperDoc:Main|Developer Section]] contains documentation that is useful for developing applications, device drivers, games and other programming projects on AmigaOS. The [[Tutorials:Main|Tutorial Section]] contains a couple of hands-on tutorials that are intended to allow beginning developers to get into programming with step-by-step examples. Finally, the [[Autodocs:Main|Autodocs section]] contains the well-known ''autodocs'', function-by-function documentation of libraries and devices in the AmigaOS system.
 
Documentation is organized into multiple sections. The [[DeveloperDoc:Main|Developer Section]] contains documentation that is useful for developing applications, device drivers, games and other programming projects on AmigaOS. The [[Tutorials:Main|Tutorial Section]] contains a couple of hands-on tutorials that are intended to allow beginning developers to get into programming with step-by-step examples. Finally, the [[Autodocs:Main|Autodocs section]] contains the well-known ''autodocs'', function-by-function documentation of libraries and devices in the AmigaOS system.
 
== For Users ==
 
The [[UserDoc:Main|User Documentation Section]] is meant as a reference point for endusers. It starts by explaining the concepts of the Workbench environment, how to use Menus, Keyboard Shortcuts  available, and how to configure the Workbench and AmigaOS from everything, including the look and feel of the desktop (changing the background image) to setting up a network, working with Sound Cards and similar information.
 
  
 
== For Wiki Editors ==
 
== For Wiki Editors ==
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== Credits ==
 
== Credits ==
  
The [[Wiki Author Credits]] sections contains a list of contributors to the material found on this wiki.
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Thank you to our [[Wiki Author Credits|contributors]] that helped with the material found on this wiki.

Latest revision as of 21:20, 21 May 2015

Welcome to the AmigaOS Documentation Wiki

This is the AmigaOS Documentation Wiki. Here we collect all information for users and developers of AmigaOS version 4.0 and beyond.

For Users

The User Documentation Section is meant as a starting point for users. It begins by explaining the concepts of AmigaOS, the AmigaDOS commands and the Workbench environment. It shows how to use Menus, the Keyboard Shortcuts available, and later how to configure the Workbench and AmigaOS from the look and feel of the desktop (e.g. changing the background image) to more comprehensive tasks such as setting up a network, configuring Sound Cards and similar information.

For Developers

Documentation is organized into multiple sections. The Developer Section contains documentation that is useful for developing applications, device drivers, games and other programming projects on AmigaOS. The Tutorial Section contains a couple of hands-on tutorials that are intended to allow beginning developers to get into programming with step-by-step examples. Finally, the Autodocs section contains the well-known autodocs, function-by-function documentation of libraries and devices in the AmigaOS system.

For Wiki Editors

The Editor Documentation Section is meant for editors to communicate with each other on the do's and don'ts of editing this wiki.

Credits

Thank you to our contributors that helped with the material found on this wiki.