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Re: Aros 64

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I have tried the 18-04 build on a few machines.

Desktop AMD64 x2 6000
Boots to Workbench
Runs 1st SMP test (sml)
Crashes when running the 2nd one
USB is not owkring correctly

Laptop AMD64 x2 ???
Does not boot, tried some different GRUB options.
Stops at "Setting INTLine from INTA to INTA"

Laptop i7 6700
Boots to the workbench initialisation screen, Reports Trackdisk.task crash, clicking suspend nothing more happens.

Main PC
no CDROM and could not use system A to make a bootbale USB to test. will have to put some more effort into testing this laer.

Posted on: 4/20 22:53

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Re: A week in AROS...

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Awesome progress, very exiting. Cant wait to test it. Is it going to be able to Handle one of those Ryzen processors with 16 logical cores?

Aros64 has been around for a long time now, I remember testing it for mschulz nearly 10 years ago when it first began.

Posted on: 2/27 23:07
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Re: AROS 2016 Survey

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1. Previosuly a couple hours per week.
Currently 0

2. b) AROS Native on real hardware

3. Testing OS and Software Devolpments, Browsing, Dreaming about developing

4. - Hardware support - i stopped using AROS when I could no longer install AROS to previosuly supported hardware.
- Multicore Support - because it would be cool.
- An awesome devolopment environment and community for beginners.

Posted on: 2016/5/30 4:37
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Re: AEROS for Pi - beta release

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Quote:

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The debian 7 branch will be made freely available (for Pi1 and tadaaa: Pi2) as soon the new image is ready for registered users.


I bought AEROS on an SD card once, am I a registered user?

How can i check?

Posted on: 2016/3/2 14:30
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Re: Updated nouveau driver

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Still have the 460. Haven't tried AROS for a few years now. (Think changes to ATA made it not boot for me?) In one the threads you mentioned i did seem to confirm it worked back then. Until i get around to trying Icaros2 thats all i can say.

Besides the product and rev id previously provided not sure what else i can tell you? Its a Gigabyte GTX460SE 1GB DDR5.

and i quite liked this
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It has nothing to do with "people not testing cards properly", and suggesting so is hardly going to encourage people to help you.



Posted on: 2014/11/15 3:55
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Re: AEROS for Pi - beta release

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I really should try this! I have had a pi since they came out but never even turned it on.

Was waiting for native version but not sure where that is upto?

Posted on: 2013/11/24 2:22
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Re: What do you think of my changed site?

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You are missing a relevant domain name, they are very cheap buy one! And the design lacks inspiration.

But a worthwhile idea.

Posted on: 2013/2/11 3:51
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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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@kalamatee

Nice, looks alot better then one on the Dev-ML!

Another Patient Pi-Aros owner waiting here.

Posted on: 2013/2/2 23:23
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Re: Ezrec's presentation at AmiWest

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Thanks for the link/video, and thanks to Jason for presenting.

Posted on: 2012/11/7 3:08
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Re: Ezrec's presentation at AmiWest

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Did he also speak at the show? I wouldn't mind seeing a video of that if he did.

Posted on: 2012/11/4 1:09
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