The information and Amiga911 Maker are provided "as is" without warranty
of any kind, either expressed or implied. The entire risk as to the
accuracy of the information herein is assumed by you.
Roger Håseth does not warrant, guarantee, or make any representations
regarding the use of, or the results of the use of, the information or
Amiga911 Maker in terms of correctness, accuracy, reliability,
currentness, or otherwise.
In no event will Roger Håseth be liable for direct, indirect, incidental,
or consequential damages resulting from any defect in the information or
Amiga911 Maker even if he has been advised of the possibility of such
Amiga911 Maker is Freeware, this means that it may be freely distributed
as long as no more than a nominal fee is charged to cover time and copying
costs. Everything in this distribution must be kept together, in original
Amiga911 boot disks.
Since the boot disks you create will contain various AmigaOS system files
that still are under copyright, it might be considered as piracy to spread
these disks to others. On the other hand, if you just want to help another
Amiga user which may have a classic Amiga and needs a bootable disk for
say setting up a working system with a harddisk, one might argue that this
is not piracy since the files in question can be considered to be nothing
more than backups of what the user already is entitled to. The simple fact
is that no classic Amiga was ever sold without the system (Workbench)
I will leave up to your own judgement to decide whether or not it is a
good idea to share the boot disks you create with others.
In case you are interested in using any of the software I have created for
the Amiga911 boot disk in your own projects, please feel free to do so.
There are no restrictions other than it must be non-commercial projects,
and although it's not really required, it will still be appriciated if you
give me credit for my work in your documentation.
The above goes for all my scripts, icons, config files and any other stuff
I have created.
The Amiga911 Maker distribution contains
some third-party software that can/will be included on the boot disks you
make. To make things easier for both myself and the users of Amiga911
Maker, I have compiled all required files into some source archives which
will be used every time a boot disk is created. These archives does only
contain the most essential files from each third-party package, this is
done to make it both much quicker and less complex to extract files from
the source archives.
Each third-party package was earlier included in this distribution since I
belived it was the right thing to do, but in order to reduce the size of
the Amiga 911 Maker distro, I have now decided to exclude most of the
archives. Instead the Readme file in the "Resources" drawer contains links
to where the original full versions of the software can be found. For
information about exactly who made what, check out the
If you are one of the authors behind the included third-party
software, and you don't agree with the way I have done things, please
me so I can
remove your stuff from the Amiga911 package. I will then have to figure
out a workaround instead.