Amiboot dies when I start it with VMM running

(written by Martin Apel)

What happens is that amiboot gets loaded into virtual memory and shoots itself out of accessible memory when disabling the MMU. But fortunately there's an easy way to solve this:

Enter amiboot into the task list of VMM with code and data set to "No VM". Then amiboot (version 3.0 or higher) should work correctly.