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AROS hacking wiki

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So I've been keeping a wiki where I write things down while I experiment with AROS source code. Right now it is mostly compiling AROS but I will get down to breaking down some of the source code.

I've been able to compile AROS pc-x86_64 and hosted(linux-x86_65) with the main OS and all the contribs. It needed to have specific combinations of OS and tools to get working. I documented it there.

http://aros.bigbadrobots.com

It's a wiki so people can correct things.


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Thank you very much!

that is a important step I think.

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This is great. Realy like it. Thank you.

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Added the AROS hacking Wiki to my Site:

http://www.aurabin.net/aros.html

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Just wanted to say thanks for this. I've used it as a quick and concise reference a few times over the last week or so.

I also wanted to add that under Ubuntu and probably most distro's that use aptitude, for the older version of flex, before downloading and installing manually, see if there is a package available called 'flex-old' for me on Ubuntu 17.10 and Elementary OS v0.41 there was 'flex-old' and it gave the compatible version without any messing about.

Also, Elementary OS v0.41, being based on Ubuntu 16.10, is a good base "out of the box" to start from. GPerf is also a compatible version, as is GCC.

The only downside with Elementary is that the next version (5.0) is due to land relatively soon I think and then I guess it's back to all bets are off time. Will need to test a fresh install in VMWare before upgrading.

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Actually, I need to just clarify what I said about Elementary OS before it encourages lots of people to go off and install it for running hosted! There is a bit of an issue with it in that it uses some of the same 'Meta' keyboard shortcuts as Aros and I've yet to find a workaround. For example <R-Aros><W> for a new shell doesn't work because gnome has it, even when unassigned. Also makes saving a file difficult from the keyboard.

Need to work out if there is a way to get Gnome to release these shortcuts for a specific application.

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