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Re: You know what I can deduce right now

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It is very possible to run AROS hosted or in a virtual mashine. Personaly I'm not very found of it but to develop and test it is great. At least there it should not be problem with drivers.
We have this statement platform in ACER aspire one 110, 150.
It is quite old and I would very much like to see a more mothern laptop fully supported by AROS. I would prefer if it could be bought new and even with AROS logo etc. on it.
History has shown that writing drivers are not a very easy task and with all the hardware on offer it is almost impossible to support everything.

The history also shown that AROS is not controlled by anyone and devs do in most cases what they like unless they take a bounty or commit to a payed project.

Maybe we could put up this project to raise money for a new AROS hardware (laptop).
Could multiboot with AROS and Linux option.
Linux would have AROS hosted ready installed for development.

We find a design to put some AROS stickers on it and use some genetic Intel or AMD laptop hardware. There are lot to choose from.

https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail ... 2017115.45.5cdd9e4cBicZH0

Posted on: 6/20 2:45
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Re: You know what I can deduce right now

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Are U funny. They will program driver for AROS. No way. Why should a company like that use resources on AROS. You don't understand much about our situation.

Posted on: 6/18 7:43
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Re: Goodbye and thanks for the support

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Lets just put it this way. We are sensitive and some are more sensitive that others. Myself included. Kal does not like all the questioning. He never asked anything back from AROS and as he is in a difficult situation i'm sure he does not feel very good about many things right now.
Many try to convince him about other more cheap options but this is not what he want.
I see no point in trying to convince people about something they do not want.
It is better to say nothing.
On top of all this most of the people that question are not realy AROS supporters.

Posted on: 6/18 4:23
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Re: ffmpeg

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wawa: You are probably right. I talked to Deadwood about it but it seamed in his enviroment running hosted it worked ok. There was not a good way to trace it or reproduce the bug. From my point of view it could be something with synch video and sound. How is AHI used here? How does Odyssey open AHI and in what requency?
Is there a way to try ffmpeg outside odyssey to test it?
Try to play some video stuff and see how it works?

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Re: ffmpeg

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wawa: I don't think Deadwood gave up on it. I don't think he bothered much to do anything about it.

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Re: Goodbye and thanks for the support

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Neil is working on AROS and does many things among others. Yes, we need more devs but to say it is dead cause Kal is gone is wrong!

I still think we will be back. Kal can never stay out of this project for long :)

Realy good to see many new people recently showing interest in the project. More interest now that in looong time. With more interest there will for sure be life in the project.

Just see what wawa managed with Odyssey web-browser as nikolas
managed to update our SSL version.



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Re: Anyway thank you kalamatee for all you have done!

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I understand Kal does not feel well about all the questioning about his demand for hardware. At the same time he should understand it will come. Let's calm down. We just procceed as before. Ok Kal?
Let's just forget about this argue or unpleasant discussion.

Posted on: 6/17 3:46
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Re: ffmpeg

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Not that old version from what I can see. 2016?

Posted on: 6/16 5:16
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Re: ffmpeg

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wawa: that would be fantastic!!!

It is at least worth a try if not to much trouble :)

What is the version we are using now?

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From what I understood we could need an update to our ffmpeg version.

https://ffmpeg.org/

Is that a difficult task?

It might solve our problem with video playback in odyssey web-browser.

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