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Old 25 March 2013, 13:33   #1
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AROS Vision 1.5.9. with full CD-Support and Mplayer

I have just uploaded AROS Vision 1.5.9. One of the main topics is full CD-Support including automounting of CDs, playing Music-CDs (MUI CD Player), Video can be played with ffplay or mplayer (the only missing thing is CD32 emulation). Further additions are FAT95, TwinVNC, Mr. Beanbag, a couple of music player and backup-tools. Amistart-menues are extended.

the download-link:
http://www.natami-news.de/html/distr..._download.html

the manual:
http://www.natami-news.de/html/user_manual.html
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Old 25 March 2013, 13:40   #2
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Excellent. What are the requirements to run on real Amiga hardware?
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Old 25 March 2013, 14:46   #3
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the requirements are hard to tell. aros should boot on plain an amiga with at least 6 meg ram, but it would currently take ages i suppose and be hardly usable. lets say 060 is a good entry beware that aros is still experimental and there is number of things that will not work as expected. if you go for olafs distro go for classic version.
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The classic version runs almost out of free ram when using without rtg.
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Old 25 March 2013, 16:02   #5
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The classic version runs almost out of free ram when using without rtg.
I am just uploading it. Is it working at all on classic hardware (not confirmed yet)?
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Old 25 March 2013, 16:06   #7
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The classic version runs almost out of free ram when using without rtg.
you mean chipram? of course the limitation what concerns that remains the same as always. high res screens with lots of colors will eat your mem. try reducing the color depth in prefs/screenmode
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you mean chipram? of course the limitation what concerns that remains the same as always. high res screens with lots of colors will eat your mem. try reducing the color depth in prefs/screenmode
With a "normal" Os you can use patches like CyberbugFixAga. Isn't there a patch "patched" for it to use "Other memory"?
I think that would be the main thing to fix. I only need 16 colors.

I would love to have it running with an ACA.

Edit: I've got working on my A1200/ACA1231/42 the Classic version, now I've got between 800k-1.300 of ram, don't know what I was doing wrong (surely the screen mode), but it goes as slow as under emulation. Very slow, you can be waiting 2 minutes for the main screen to boot completely.

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i just tried with winuae, but doesn't work.
crash and give me mini dump ( attached)
edited : i know that tony like crash dump lol
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Old 25 May 2013, 03:26   #10
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i just tried with winuae, but doesn't work.
crash and give me mini dump ( attached)
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Tony, no idea ?
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Useless dump, JIT is enabled. JIT nearly always crashes if Amiga program does something very bad.
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Tony, no idea ?
the last version was a little bumpy sometimes (f.e. exec was changed and created some problems). I am preparing a new version based on Magellan and of course updated system files and will publish it as soon the new versions of Magellan are out. In the meantime you could download the newest nightly build and copy all files from "boot", "C", "Libs", "L" and the files in "Prefs" not all subdirectories, and the "startup-sequence" in "S". That should work, there are many errors/incompatibilities removed and it is faster (still not as fast as the old AmigaOS but a noticeable improvement).
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