For space reasons, because the 3.1 floppy disk images contain additional emulation support files, they do not contain a copy of Libs/workbench.library. The file is however included in both the the 3.1 hard disk image and in the preinstalled Workbench 3.X environment.
The floppy disk set can be used alone (to boot and use the system), or to create a new hard disk installation, equivalent to the Amiga Forever Classic Support hard disk image. Enhancements include the installation of workbench.library, Installer 43.3 (on 68000 or 68010 CPUs) or 44.10 (on 68020+ CPUs), and FastFileSystem 45.9.
Note that the classic support image can use 68000 or 68010 workbench.library (which will not work on 68000 CPUs). To create a version of the classic support image that can run on the 68000 or 68010, please refer to the source listing above, which contains a 68010-only version of workbench.library.
Amiga Workbench 3.1 is largely compatible with the older Amiga Workbench 3.0 images. However, the hard disk image from Amiga Workbench 3.1 will have a different structure (as it includes a complete installation of Workbench 3.1), so you will need to resize the Amiga Workbench 3.0 compressed floppy disks images before you can start the upgrade. In order to allow the regular Amiga Workbench 3.0 users to upgrade their Workbench installation soundly, it is possible to copy the files from the Amiga Original Workbench 3.0 image to the new Amiga Workbench 3.1 image, creating a completely new Workbench installation.
FastFileSystem toggles the size of typical device files and filenames if they are too large to fit into the Amiga A1200's 88-100kB-addressable space; all devices files have the same ""sizes" set to 65536. Workbench 3.x emulates the functionality of the FFS specific pio=ROM device flag.
Package includes workbench-installer.library, which is included in Workbench 3.X (if the 68000 or 68020+ CPU CPU variant is chosen at install time). The workbench library must be installed separately. Support for APL-C is not included. d2c66b5586