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Re: AspireOS 2.0

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You can install AROS, IcarOS and AspireOS on a PenDrive, SD Memory Card or HD External USB even from a Virtual Machine as VMware Workstation Player, see my videos

Install AROS USB External Hard Disk

Install IcarOS (AspireOS equal) on Pendrive

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Re: AspireOS 2.0

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If you run qemu with administrator privileges, you can actually mount your internal drive as virtual drive then you can install aros straight to hard drive.
Its kinda crazy (biting your own tail) and not secure but it works.

sudo qemu -hda /dev/sda -cdrom aros.iso

I used this method in past with usb pendrive to deceive aros into thinking its harddrive install not usb.

(hda /dev/sdb)

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Re: AspireOS 2.0

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I noticed up AspireOS that OWB it does not start while Dopus4 it crashes

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I have to use hard compression to fit into the archives and only latest RAR version supports that.


I wonder if it would be possible to have the archive limit raised a little for distros.

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Re: AspireOS 2.0

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If OWB does not start it is because you are not online.
Regarding DOpus 4 it is not included as DOpus 5 is what should be used but I registered from the night build I use that DOpus4 did not start. This is not AspireOS related but for abi i386 v.0 night builds in general. Maybe someone could look into it.

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Re: AspireOS 2.0

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Ok nikolaos, I was testing AspireOS on Virtual Machine where I usually do not configure anything, i did a little video on the test :)

https://youtu.be/FcKrfTCpGJ8

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Re: AspireOS 2.0

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amiga: Thx :) nice to see.

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Re: AspireOS 2.0

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Finally got some time to play with this one.
So, to clarify installtion procedure:

1) create some kind of virtual machine (vmware, vbox etc)
2) install AspireOS from ISO
3) start virtual machine
4) plug in USB stick and install from virtual machine to USB, make it bootable
5) boot from usb on the real machine and install it to harddrive

Maybe a shortcut would be to just use dd iso -> usb?

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elwis: You should also install AROS on the usb-stick from the virtual mashine. From the installer you need to format the usb drive first. USB storage device will be named DU1 from the installer format tool. Reboot and you should see a drive on WB. Run installer and install to that drive and you can now plug the USB drive into whatever hardware you like and boot from it. Be sure to select native GFX for your ACER aspire one. VESA is for hardware with no compatible accellerated GFX card hardware.

This should work good but more easy way is to use Optical disk drive and boot AROS CD, DVD directly to the hardware and install from there. Sure would need USB optical disk drive as ACER aspire one has no integrated optical disk hardware.

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So, to clarify installation procedure:

1) create some kind of virtual machine with usb support enabled.
2) boot AspireOS from ISO
3) plug in USB stick and install from virtual machine to USB, make it bootable
4) boot from usb on the real machine and install it to harddrive

Aros iso image is not compatible with dd or unetbootin or any iso>usb writer.

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