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Re: Vice 3.0

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Just a quick update to mention Vice3.1 is available.
All AROS architectures are supported although as yet binaries for 68k and ARM aren't released (although 68k AnigaOS is, which should work on 68k AROS).

The 3.x series of Vice is impressively thorough, supporting most c64 expansions from supercpu to mp3 player carts, ide64 and a whole lot more.

http://vice-emu.sourceforge.net/amigaos.html

Posted on: 5/1 4:51
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Re: Oh Boy, This Is "Special"

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@wawa

Its not about peoples preferences. People are free to invest their time and money however they like.
Its about the twisting and contorting of peoples words just so an argument can take place. Even when trying to clarify some people seem to want to argue and antagonize about things that weren't even said. Offer an opinion, or even information in a neutral way and some will get defensive to a point of attack.
The original, actual points aren't even in play anymore. This is what's irritating.
Additionally, despite the Amiga heritage many AROS users, even developers don't come from an Amiga background. Many are enthusiasts of alternative systems and discover AROS that way.

Posted on: 5/1 4:36
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Re: Yannick's work

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Great stuff as always. :)
Thanks for your continued efforts, they're very much appreciated.

Posted on: 5/1 2:57
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Re: Oh Boy, This Is "Special"

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@Nikolaos

That's generally a pretty good analogy.
What I found particularly frustrating though was the fact arguments were being based around things that weren't even said. You try to steer things back to "normal" and they just keep arguing and antagonizing about things they've taken creative license with.
In the end I'm not exactly proud to say I gave up and started playing things their way, which is probably what they wanted in the 1st place.

Posted on: 5/1 2:54
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Re: Oh Boy, This Is "Special"

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Thankfully the AROS community is usually quite sane. Its usually only when other "NG" fans get antagonistic and start talking nonsense that AROS fans might hark up a little, and typically its not as over the top as can happen elsewhere.
Not to say we're all perfect. I know I should hold my tongue at times, but being someone who follows all Amiga-oids I can honestly say we have the most diplomatic community.
The "classic" scene is quite good too usually.

This is all a generalization of course, but if it wasn't for AROS I'd most likely have moved on by now.

Posted on: 5/1 2:47
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Re: Oh Boy, This Is "Special"

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OK, that got a bit frustrating.
People twisting and contorting things and then running with the warped version is more than a little irritating. :)

Posted on: 5/1 1:48
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Oh Boy, This Is "Special"

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Not sure this is thread worthy, but I found it hilariously delusional so I thought I'd share.

I know people like to try to justify their choices and opinions in all sorts of ways, but this one is extra "special". :)

http://www.amiga.org/forums/showpost.php?p=825177&postcount=23


Yep, that's right. AROS only works on new, expensive Intel hardware. Many of us have simply imagined using it on atom netbooks, amd systems, core2 based systems and affordable i3/i5/i7 hardware. Other architectures that AROS supports are also figments of our imagination.

You learn something new everyday.
Thankfully there's some truly "special" people out there who are able to set us straight. :P

Posted on: 5/1 0:44
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Re: Many Emulator and Joystick configuration Problems. Icaros Desktop Easter Egg

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Strange. I've not had a single problem you've mentioned. Not one.
Hatari has menus for configuration, Vice works at over %10000 speed (when set to warp mode), Mame works out of the box with joypads.
RTFMs. :)

Posted on: 4/30 3:12
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Re: AROS Playground - carry on

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Give me a few days to get myself sorted and I'll get back to you. Thus far its not an offer, but rather a declaration of interest.
With close to 100hrs of work and study obligations per week, plus 2 terminally ill parents though my plate is quite full.
Thank God my own health is better than its been in years at least. Makes life so much easier to tackle, especially when it throws heavy challenges at you. :)

Posted on: 4/28 7:33
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Re: Aros 64

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@Paolone

Perhaps *YOU* take more notice/care with your wording.
You've missed the point completely.
"AMD 12 core Ryzen 1600 based virtual machine" can suggest the host system has 12 cores, rather than the VM.

Perhaps apply a bit of thought and care in what you write before you respond like a smart ass?

Just a thought.

Posted on: 4/16 6:25
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