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BootMan - Boot Manager
AmigaGuide documentation: Ray Kulberda
Allows multiple startup-sequences with selection at boot-up.
A boot manager program that allows you to select a startup-
sequence at boot time using the mouse or keyboard. Also
allows password protection and a timer to load a default
startup if none is selected. Includes a preference editor
for easy modification and startup.
BootMan is useful for users who wish to have different machine
configurations, such as a shell-only startup, a ray-trace startup,
a BBS startup, a full blown startup with cache software, and a
memory conserving startup.
BootMan requires an Amiga running KickStart 2.0 or higher.
- display startup-sequences by file names or text description
- default startup-sequence with optional user setable timer
- no messy scripts - GUI driven
- (most) everything can be controlled by mouse OR keyboard
- password, hot key & CloseWorkBench options
- preference editor for easy configuration
- documentation in AmigaGuide format
v1.0 - November 1993 - Initial Release
v1.1 - November 1993 - bugs fixed:
subdirectories no longer cause problems
preference manager blocks parent window clicks
- features added:
mouse buttons held down at startup boots default
audio filter/LED control at boot up
hot key option for each startup
close WorkBench option via timer for each startup
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BootMan is (c) Copyright 1993 by Daniel Bachmann.