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Re: Genesi: Added an AROS link

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So, here's the armhf version of AROS linux hosted:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B4cwc1 ... Iejh2MDA/edit?usp=sharing

I've just tested it on EfikaMX. Have fun.

Posted on: 2013/3/15 14:16
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Re: Genesi: Added an AROS link

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Ooops! sorry!

My fault, the version is missing x11 driver for AROS. I will rebuild :)

PS: If anyone want to test it on rPI, it will not work. The AROSBootstrap requires armv7 compatible cpu.

Posted on: 2013/3/14 13:52
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Re: Genesi: Added an AROS link

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Try this build

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/47091188/AROS-armhf.tar.xz

if it doesn't work, I will have to prepare a build using debian armhf headers...

Posted on: 2013/3/14 5:38
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Re: Genesi: Added an AROS link

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mobydick wrote:
@ michalsc

> Since Genesi was supporting the arm softfp linux initially (Ubuntu) I have set up the softfp ARM nightly builds. It is available for nearly two years already.

Yes, I tried some of first builds. But now I have hardfp linux installed on SSD.

I can not provide a computer, but I'll join to bounty to support you. If such bounty exists...


There is no bounty for armhf linux but, as said, it's just a matter of compiling it or setting up nightly builds. I will try to provide some usable solution very soon :)

Posted on: 2013/3/13 14:02
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Re: Genesi: Added an AROS link

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You're right, there is no *native* AROS for EfikaMX yet. There is AROS for hosted arm though.

Since Genesi was supporting the arm softfp linux initially (Ubuntu) I have set up the softfp ARM nightly builds. It is available for nearly two years already. The hardfp version is in the source tree, it's just a matter of setting up the nightly build and sending it to source forge.

I was using the armhf hosted AROS here on EfikaMX machines with good results.

If someone can provide me a machine to do the builds, I can set up the armhf nightlies within a day or two. The bad news is, all my armhf builds so far failed to work on RaspberryPi - the AROSBootstrap was linked against a version of libc which requires armv7.

Posted on: 2013/3/12 12:52
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Re: Ezrec's presentation at AmiWest

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Great job, thanks!

However, if you replace all occurrences of "branche" with "branch" then it will be even better :)

Posted on: 2012/11/8 2:19
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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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DizzyOfCRN wrote:
Googling a bit lead me to belief it's a gcc bug with 4.5-4.6 versions

Running FILE with one of the build librarys tells me this:

file /home/ubuntu/AROS.raspberrypi-arm/bin/raspberrypi-arm/AROS/Libs/version.library
/home/ubuntu/AROS.raspberrypi-arm/bin/raspberrypi-arm/AROS/Libs/version.library: ELF 32-bit LSB relocatable, ARM, version 1, not stripped


There is no strange bug in gcc 4.6. Look at the nightlies, the arm version is built every night using gcc-4.6.2 crosscompiler (built together with AROS).

Not to mention that I've successfully built armel and armhf linux hosted targets here at home. No problem with that.

Regarding native rpi port - why don't you look at arm linux hosted and start there? Why do you try to create separate crosscompiler at this stage? Use the one AROS builds. Look at the linux-arm entries in configure script, or even at the efika entry which I started to work on. That should be your starting point I think...

BTW: You will need to link against aeabi library too

Posted on: 2012/11/4 12:26
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Re: AROS in the Browser

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I just get a blank page at that site (Firefox on OS X). Does it need Java or something?


Yep! (site message below)

Janus
Amiga Classic Emulator in Javascript
This site does require javascript, obviously :)


Let's repeat it for 10^10^10^10 time: Java != Javascript.

Posted on: 2012/10/28 12:10
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Re: Pearl Theme

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I really like it :) good work!

Posted on: 2012/10/7 10:10
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Re: running hosted on osx lion

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Hey,

Has anyone succeeded in running aros hosted under osx lion, the current osx version?


Someone would need to fix it. Last time I checked (it's long time ago, maybe a year or so) both 32 and 64-bit versions worked well. Of course 64-bit version had no fonts (besides Topaz) since it couldn't allocate any memory below 4GB...


Posted on: 2012/7/26 7:29
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