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Re: Shapeshifter running on Aros powered iMica Pro

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roMancer wrote:
ShapeShifter source code has just been released to AmiNet.

http://aminet.net/package/misc/emu/ShapeShifter_src


(
Oops, I just read it's 100% assembler... lol
Anyway, nice addition, thanks to Christian Bauer for creating, and releasing it!
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Please stop digging up old threads and posting on them.

Create a new thread, and link to the old one in your post if it is related - but don't hijack old threads/resurrect old threads.

Posted on: 4/20 8:16
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Re: Help with "no disk in drive" error

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Hello,

I'm trying to natively install Incaros desktop live 2.2 on my computer but it only seems to want to boot when it feels like it. I was only able to boot it from the dvd 3 times, other times, i literally changed nothing and it wouldn't boot and would get the same error (pic attached) over and ovet again. I tried burning the same iso again twice but it wouldn't work.

Specs

A6 6400k
R7 240
4gb ram
80gb hdd
1tb hdd (although i left this drive unplugged so that i would make sure i wouldn't choose the wrong drive when installing)
Dvd drive


It looks like your dvd drive is connected to the AHCI device - since that behaviour is known for it (I believe mschulz is working on fixing it in abi v1, or has already fixed it).

The easiest thing to confirm it would be to check in your BIOS. if it is set to use AHCI switch it to ATA or legacy (depending on the option it provides) and try to boot.

Posted on: 4/15 8:59
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Re: contrib. software 64-bit

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Just now it isn't really worth doing because there is too much needing fixed in contrib for 64bit/smp still.

Posted on: 4/6 9:45
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Re: Aros 64

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Here is my machine. It paused then booted after the last Kernel message.


Those ACPI messages are not very good - you may want to look for a BIOS update for your machine. If not we would really need serial debug from that machine (with sysdebug=all enabled)

Posted on: 4/6 9:44
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Re: Aros 64

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Tested SMP Build 03.06.2017 and booted up on Core i5. Network Prefs seem to work but AHI Prefs crash!


Posting bugs from old builds that we have already fixed is not very helpful.

Posted on: 4/6 9:42
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Re: Aros 64

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For the Celeron, it's an immediate crash back to the machine's startup screen.


This is likely due to the bug I fixed yesterday - please try again with "tonight's" nightly build if it succeeds, and let me know if it is any better.

Posted on: 4/4 11:24
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Re: Aros 64

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So shutdown from the menu powers off correctly? but pressing the button doesn't? Could you look in SysExplorer and tell me what ACPI devices it lists (should be near the bottom)

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Hmm. Does it just reboot? or display a msg?


The power off menu option does not power down the machine - it seems to put it into a dormant state (no display, no response).


Ok - thanks.

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Sorry, as AROS is not normally able to power down a machine I wasn't expecting that to actually happen. I'll have a look at the ACPI devices a little later and report.

For the Celeron, it's an immediate crash back to the machine's startup screen.

Cheers,
Nigel.

Edit: The ACPI devices are power button device, sleep button device and lid device. On this machine with ABI0 if you shut the lid the display is blanked and stays blank when reopened; this behaviour is unchanged with ABI1-smp.


Interesting. Thanks for letting me know that. So we probably need to wake up the display after the lid button event(s).

Posted on: 4/4 11:23
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Re: Aros 64

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@ All

I have fixed a very silly bug that is probably why most of the machines crashing early, do.

I'm not sure if the fix will make it into tonight's nightly, but it should definitely be in tomorrow nights.

Posted on: 4/3 18:04
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Re: Aros 64

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@kalamatee

It seems a good list to me. I will try if it boots on my systems and post the results for system info and power button.

Btw, i had been very happy to see shutdown actually closing vmware player. It's something I always missed on abiv0.


Ok, I answer to myself. I made a bootable USB pendrive with AROS 64 SMP bootable build of Avr/01/2017, and tried it on

- my main X99+Corei7-920 based desktop PC, and it does not boot (screen shot of video output attached). I tried many different GRUB options including slow ATA and adding ATA=nodma,32bit but nothing helped.

- my main Corei5 HP ProBook notebook, it just shows the 2-lines message "AROS 64 bit SMP experimental" on the top-left corner of the screen, but nothing more. Also in this case, I tried several GRUB options with no success.

- my Intel NUC Core i5 based A1200 mod, that seemed to go further than the other two, but reset the system when entering graphic mode.


Ouch ;D

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In no case I arived seeing the mouse pointer on the screen.

The same ISO works correctly under vmware. I suspect using a pendrive instead of a CD-ROM might also help crashing. I will repeat testing when I'll get a spare CD-RW to use.



Great.

Posted on: 4/3 14:35
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Re: Aros 64

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SysExplorer should hopefully show the correct information for devices, SysMon should hopefully show the correct task info and cpu load. Some virtual machines will result in some info not working (e.g. the CPU frequency in SysMon).

Also make sure the machine restarts correctly using the menu options, and if you have it running Native please check if the power button shuts down the machine when you briefly press it (as opposed to having to hold it for 10secs).

You may also want to see if USB is working if it didn't before, though I have experienced issues so far on the SMP build when writing to USB or copying files (so don't use something with files you don't want to lose ... better safe than sorry)


I've just tried the 1.4.17 build on my Core 2 duo laptop. SysMon etc. seem fine.


Great.

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The machine will reset via the Shut Down menu option but Restart AROS takes the machine back to grub. The power button still takes a long press to work.


So shutdown from the menu powers off correctly? but pressing the button doesn't? Could you look in SysExplorer and tell me what ACPI devices it lists (should be near the bottom)

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USB seems fine for mass storage devices (USB is fine for this machine too on ABI0). Trident sees the USB network dongle but when I hit 'use' after setting the network details the machine undergoes a hard crash.


Ok.

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Edit: Just tried on the Celeron machine - still crashing out at 'leaving 32 bit environment'.


Hmm. Does it just reboot? or display a msg?

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