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Old 10 September 2019, 15:37   #41
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Thanks. Turns out I didn't wait around long enough to see it boot. Takes about 5 mins using a 68040 uae configuration. Eventually it renders but the screen refresh rate is so poor I wasn't able to do anything. But it does indeed all work.
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Old 10 September 2019, 16:05   #42
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Thanks. Turns out I didn't wait around long enough to see it boot. Takes about 5 mins using a 68040 uae configuration. Eventually it renders but the screen refresh rate is so poor I wasn't able to do anything. But it does indeed all work.
If you are referring to the start-up time of the operating system 5 Minutes is exaggerated, with the old Dual-Core it takes 5 seconds, You used JIT? Why don't you use 060? in AROS One 68k there are libraries and applications that require 060

If the graphics are not perfect, this is due to the fact that the video driver is still not perfect and is in the development phase.

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Old 14 September 2019, 19:58   #43
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AROS 68k is where the Amiga Community's development resources should go toward. The Licensing Hell that is AmigaOS 3.x will never end, AROS 68k is the way out of the licensing mess.

The Atari community has a Open Source OS that is fully compatible with GEM and is updated to this day, while we on Amiga are stuck in licensing limbo.

The Vampire folks also agree AROS 68k is the way forward and are helping to fund development.
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Old 26 September 2019, 10:33   #44
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Now someone could try AROS One 68k on the V4.

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Old 26 September 2019, 19:20   #45
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AROS 68k is where the Amiga Community's development resources should go toward. The Licensing Hell that is AmigaOS 3.x will never end, AROS 68k is the way out of the licensing mess.

The Atari community has a Open Source OS that is fully compatible with GEM and is updated to this day, while we on Amiga are stuck in licensing limbo.

The Vampire folks also agree AROS 68k is the way forward and are helping to fund development.
"But.. But... teh NAME"

[ok am kidding, have a past of AROS advocacy and i know exactly your feelings ^^ ]
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Old 26 September 2019, 22:40   #46
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Also past AROS fan (i think I remember Saimon from the IRC group from ten years ago).
Would really love to see AROS68K getting developed into something.

It just makes too much sense...
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Old 27 September 2019, 00:25   #47
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Also past AROS fan (i think I remember Saimon from the IRC group from ten years ago).
Would really love to see AROS68K getting developed into something.

It just makes too much sense...
Well i still remember Shotofop
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Old 27 September 2019, 01:20   #48
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AROS 68k is where the Amiga Community's development resources should go toward. The Licensing Hell that is AmigaOS 3.x will never end, AROS 68k is the way out of the licensing mess.
So just because an IP troll company vexatiously decided to cause legal hassles, which will be likely defeated in a matter of months, we should just give up on 35 years and millions of dollars worth of AmigaOS development?
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Old 27 September 2019, 02:31   #49
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So just because an IP troll company vexatiously decided to cause legal hassles, which will be likely defeated in a matter of months, we should just give up on 35 years and millions of dollars worth of AmigaOS development?
Honestly, don't you want a plan B (c?) handy in case 5h17 goes down?
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Old 27 September 2019, 03:29   #50
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If the IP troll decides he could even shut down AROS in a minute.

Remember that unfortunately API's are copyrightable (see Oracle vs Google case).

So no one is safe.

This is truly unfortunate for all.
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Well i still remember Shotofop
That was the one project, where I realized that keeping scope is something to consider...

I still have the project files, though... Maybe I will do something else with it..
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Old 26 October 2019, 21:21   #52
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Wow! I just tried this on Amiberry (UAE for ARM) - and this Aros distro looks really, really nice! Good work!
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Old 25 November 2019, 13:42   #53
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Imminent release also for AROS One 68k (a few more weeks), great work, fixed themes like the x86, best configured Zune, added a toolbar in AmiDock style (WBDock).
AROS One 68k has also been updated with the latest Night, now icons no longer create artifacts while moving, improved compatibility with OS3, WHDLoad now works perfectly on AROS One 68k as many other applications previously not supported.
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Looking forward to it, @AMIGASYSTEM !
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Old 26 November 2019, 18:14   #55
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How did you make it work under Amiberry?
I tried it under Amibian and only got black or red screens. Probably something to do with aros rom..
Could you share your config? I suppose they are intrerchangable between Amiberry and Amibian.
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Old 27 November 2019, 15:19   #56
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Nothing special. I set it up as a A1200, with lots of ram.
did you use both of the rom files provided?
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Old 27 November 2019, 15:27   #57
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well the problem is certanly there. I tried that few weeks ago so I don't remember exactly but i think that i couldnt select extended rom cause it was not visible. then i renamed .bin to .rom or was it vice versa and than i think it appeared but still nothing...
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... updated with the latest Night, now icons no longer create artifacts while moving, improved compatibility with OS3, ...
That sounds great. A good reason to check out the latest Aros 68k nightly build soon. Thanks for the hint!
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That sounds great. A good reason to check out the latest Aros 68k nightly build soon. Thanks for the hint!
Hi Peter, wait up the miracle does the option "Use Trasparency when draging icons".
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Old 27 November 2019, 20:10   #60
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Yes, I've just tested it, but this only works with the icon.library 44.4 of Aros when you use Wanderer. The dragging routines seem not to be compatible to Workbench 3.1.4, 3.5 or 3.9. With my lib the dragged icons get completely invisible if transparency is on, with the Aros lib sometimes too (all dragged ColorIcons are disappearing). And icon information is still freezing the system. So, I still prefer to use DOpus5 on Aros 68k.

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