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Help / Re: Upgrades
« Last post by magorium on Today at 06:38:38 AM »

Live updater.... hmz... isn't there something written about that in the (Ic)aros User manual that you put together ?
Help / Re: Problem with my computers, which computer to choose?
« Last post by magorium on Today at 06:36:56 AM »
I do not know what to say,
Perhaps you could start with some better description of the problems that you encounter ?

I took another computer to dedicate it to aros,
Meaning... a non core2duo machine ?

It is very difficult to supply help if you keep changing configurations. Every configuration can have its own individual (and specific) issues.

but nothing works,
That is a good example of a description that isn't helpful at all.

In your first message you wrote "stops in the initialization screen" which can mean about anything. I am assuming that you meant the (AROS) grub bootloader there but for all i know you meant the initialization screen of your bios/system.

I've been using this system for years, I have to check with cards from other manufacturers and that they are not intel
Intel or not does not make a difference.

AROS runs on about any system i was able to throw at it over the years, but they all have their own individual workarounds and/or issues.

And yes, that does mean that if you have incompatible sound/network/graphics that not everything works as you would expect. Vesa, no sound, no network, IDE legacy being the bare minimum, but it runs AROS.

The more modern the hardware the more complicated workarounds and the more incompatible (default) hardware becomes as AROS is for sure lacking in some department. UEFI, Secure boot, USB 3.0 etc can make things a bit more tedious or sometimes preventing AROS to boot at all, but in such cases the hardware is usual such modern that you are far better of running AROS hosted or virtualized.
Development (General) / Re: 64 bit Aros Question
« Last post by trekiej on Today at 04:07:53 AM »
What tools do I need to write software for Aros 64 and Aros SMP?
Help / Re: Upgrades
« Last post by paolone on Today at 12:04:37 AM »
Have a look at this video as well

Help / Re: Upgrades
« Last post by paolone on December 13, 2018, 11:59:19 PM »
Even google knows.
"To install them, you must use the LiveUpdater tool in SYS:Tools/LUPD (or on my software > system menu)."
Development (General) / Re: 64 bit Aros Question
« Last post by trekiej on December 13, 2018, 10:40:02 PM »
Great and thanks.
Development (General) / Re: 64 bit Aros Question
« Last post by nikos on December 13, 2018, 10:23:57 PM »
AROS 64-bit is working good. Try the night builds.
Problem is that it is not that easy to port stuff like odyssey web-browser to 64-bit.
Development (General) / Re: Compile Odyssey for ABI_V0
« Last post by ch1ll on December 13, 2018, 09:35:37 PM »
I would be cool to have the fix for posix_memalign, but I guess the issue we are facing with youtube is something else...somebody knows what version of ffmpeg was used by deadwoood?

I would not like to spend much time to debug ffmpeg3.0.1, but I'm working to make it work with ffmpeg 4.0.1...
Development (General) / 64 bit Aros Question
« Last post by trekiej on December 13, 2018, 09:19:56 PM »
Hello again.
How is Aros 64 doing these days?
I guess it is not far along enough for Icaros to have its own 64 distro.
General Chat / Re: ARexx, OORexx, NetRexx & Rebol R3
« Last post by cdimauro on December 13, 2018, 09:18:30 PM »

Ah, ok. Now I got it.

In the bounty which I've written for porting Python to AROS, I'd put a link to an old Python port which includes AREXX support. You can download the sources, and searching REXX you'll find the code.

The only problem is that the Python module has a small part written in 68K assembly, that should be ported to x86/x64/ARM, to make it work on AROS.
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