A new version of AmiKit Real has been released. To install Real AmiKit Real 9 on your computer, you will need to have a clean installation of AmigaOS 3.9, with the two official boingbal packages. If you have completed the first step, you will have to unpack the Real Amikit file compressed package, where you will find the Install file. You can download AmiKit Real 9 from the Real Amikit official page, On the same page you will also find a download package for updating the previous version.
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