Example 2: You want to mount two non-RDB HDF files. You have two bootable 2 GB files called Intro.hdf and Intro2.hdf, and three non-bootable 2 GB files called BetterIntro.hdf, CoolIntro.hdf, and BetterIntro2.hdf created with surfaces=3. Your HDF files are located in the folder with absolute path /emuroms/amiga/hdf2/. Set hardfile as read-write,64,3,1,512,/emuroms/amiga/hdf2/Intro.hdfhardfile=read-write,64,2,3,512,/emuroms/amiga/hdf2/BetterIntro.hdfhardfile=read-write,64,1,3,512,/emuroms/amiga/hdf2/CoolIntro.hdfhardfile=read-write,64,3,3,512,/emuroms/amiga/hdf2/BetterIntro2.hdf
Example 3: You want to mount one RDB and one HDF file. You have an RDB file called LocalBase.rdb in the folder with absolute path /emuroms/amiga/rdb/. You also have one HDF file called LocalBase.hdf in the folder with absolute path /emuroms/amiga/hdf/. Set both hardfile and fname to read-write,64,1,1,512. LocalBase.hdf points to the root HDF file of the system, so this is what will be remounted.
Example 4: You want to mount two RDB and two HDF files. You have two RDB files called Game2.rdb and Game3.rdb, and four HDF files called Game2.hdf, Game3.hdf, BetterGame.hdf, and CoolGame.hdf in the folder with absolute path /emuroms/amiga/rdb2/.
Example 2: You want to mount a sector of an Amiga game. You have one bootable 1000 MB file called System.hdf created with surfaces=1, and one non-bootable 8000 MB file called WHDGameS.hdf created with surfaces=0. Your HDF files are located in the folder with absolute path /emuroms/amiga/hdf/. For that scenario, you should create a.uae text file with the following content:hardfile=read-only,64,1,1,64,/emuroms/amiga/hdf/System.hdfhardfile=read-write,32,1,0,64,/emuroms/amiga/hdf/WHDGameS.hdf d2c66b5586