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Re: Smallest / Largest Hard Disk

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Turns out that for the Thinkpad the largest HD that I am able to locate is 320MB. So that should do it.

Posted on: 9/28 16:09
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Smallest / Largest Hard Disk

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So, it appears that my IBM ThinkPad HD is failing and I need to replace it.

I would like to check and see what would be the minimum and maximum size that is supported by AROS, or maybe what would be the optimal size HD.

I thought there was a note somewhere in the instructions - but I cannot find it now.

Thank you.

Posted on: 9/22 8:23
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Re: Vampire hyper threading and aros smp

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Hopefully, if the postal system helps, an Amiga with a Vampire 500 will be in exhibit at CommVEx 2017 in Las Vegas.

Then I'll know for sure about performance and compatibility of the board.

Posted on: 7/6 12:46
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Re: Does anyone use a Thinkpad?

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I am using an IBM Thinkpad A31 with the ATI mobility 7500 chipset, using the internal network card, a 100GB HD and a docking station.

I originally installed Icaros 1.5, which gave me some issues playing movies.

Recently I upgraded to 2.2, and although have not used this version extensively, so far I have no problems.




Posted on: 6/20 8:00
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Re: Help with Amikit needed

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Or maybe the Amikit support forum.

Posted on: 6/16 8:54
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Re: current state of aros 68k..

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Last year at the July SCCAN meeting, I had a chance to use an A1200. I was able to load one of the Aros 68K Nightly build and tinker around with it.

Then at CommVEx, I tested it on an souped-up A2000 (1MB chip ram 2MB fast ram 2 floppys and 2GB scsi drive). Also seemed to work as well. We did not try the installation as there were other things on it and I was not certain how everything would work.

Unfortunately I do not have permanent access to those computers.

It feels like Aros 68K is under appreciated and there is very little maintenance for it. Even the link I had is now broken.

http://aros.sourceforge.net/de/download2.php

Admittedly I have not been keeping up with it since last year, as I am spending a little bit more time with Icaros on the PC.

But I do wish you good luck and good effort and keep us posted.


Posted on: 6/14 13:47
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Re: Icaros Desktop 2.2 released!

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I downloaded the zip file and installed it last night, upgrading from v2.1.3. I did a clean install and so far so good.

But I did have an issue in the installation process which I think is related to burning the ISO on DVD.

As origami indicated, is probable best to use the lowest speed possible. Under W10 I used the PowerDVD burning software @ 16X. The DVD did not work.
Went back and selected 4X to burn a new DVD. Then the AROS installation worked perfectly.

So far everything looks good.

Again thanks to everyone involved.

Posted on: 6/5 8:10
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Re: Reverse-engineering & AROS license

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Hi there,

Nice to see that cdimauro has not lost his argumentative nature. I really missed his kilometric posts and line by line rebuttals.

In any case.

On reverse-engineering. Here is my idea from a real pragmatic approach - less talking more coding - then you can see is someone is bothered by the reverse-engineering. As to say "act now, ask for forgiveness later".

On the 68K - my sense that there are many more users that would love to see development for the classic Amiga, vast majority of which are not in a forum or do not participate in the 'scene'.

On Ross - Nothing wrong in asking, is the reaction to the question that is amusing. But then again I mainly hang out in C64 / C128 forums and only every so often I come here when I need help.

See ya.



Posted on: 5/19 10:20
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Re: Is it a Conspiracy that doesn't want us to have a modern Amiga compatible Computer?

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Personally I am still struggling on the definition of what is a "Modern Amiga Compatible Computer".

Could it be an updated version of the Amiga Mini running AROS?


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Posted on: 4/4 8:17
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Re: Ottimo Computer per Aros a basso costo

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Ciao,

Quale risoluzione grafica hai usato. Io ho provato un paio di volte ad installarlo su un HP dc7800 mi si ferma sempre qui. Vedi foto.


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Posted on: 2016/10/24 8:05
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