Why create the installation from the Windows version of AmiKit? Because that is the version most likely to be well-tested and supported.
C:\AmiKit\AmiKitdirectory to be clean.
AmiKitTransfer.hdffile (RDB mode) and create/format an 1 GB
AmiKitTransfer:volume on in.
C:\AmiKit\AmiKitdirectory as a directory hard drive, and
copy AmiKit: AmiKitTransfer: all quiet clone.
AmiKit(it is important that this is not C:\AmiKit\AmiKit, but a separate empty directory), and also add the
AmiKitTransfer.hdfyou created in step 3. Add the following option to custom configuration:
uaem_write_flags = nhsparwed.
copy AmiKitTransfer: AmiKit: all quiet clone.
The main idea of the above steps is to create a AmiKit directory hard drive with correct metadata for a few files with special metadata and/or filenames.
You can now create a
AmiKit.zip file with the contents of the new
directory you created in step 8 to create an archive of the AmiKit installer.
After you’ve created AmiKit.zip, you can delete the directories and
configurations you’ve created as part of these steps.
FIXME: Should probably add some information about using a zip archiver with unicode support.