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Guide

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CS-Lab official website
Warp Quick Start Guide — Read it before you ask any technical questions, please!
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Warp Audio Card specification:
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How to connect the Amiga 500 sound with:

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Re: Guide

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Questions & Answers
Warp card has a battery. What is it for?
This battery is not an RTC as we know it from other turbo cards. This battery holds up the memory of the selected kickstart (if the J2 jumper is on, Warp redirects Amiga access from the on-board kick ROM to the one programmed on Warp. It is not loaded into the Fast memory, Amiga accesses it directly from a special memory located on Warp. But this memory is fast and acts as if it was a maprom. However, it's strongly recommended to use MMULibs with MuFastROM enabled which gives almost three times faster access).

Jumper 2 location:

WARP 560
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WARP 1260
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How can I keep my computer's date actual?
You have to configure your WiFiSSID and WiFiPass using warptool. For example, if my network is called HomeNet with password @mig@rulez! then the command line will be as follows (in some cases setpatch might be needed to execute before):

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warptool wifissid=HomeNet wifipass=@mig@rulez!


Keep in mind that at first boot the Warp's WiFi may not be quick enough to log into the network and update your Amiga date and time. In that case, do a soft reboot (Ctrl+Amiga+Amiga) and your time should be updated.
How do I configure TimeShift?
TimeShift allows the WiFi clock to synchronize correctly to your local time. If I live in time zone Berlin (GMT+2) then for each hour I'll multiply by 3600 (that's how many seconds are in one hour):

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warptool timeshift=7200


You can always see the status by typing: warptool diag

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