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Distribution: AEROS for Raspberry Pi (beta 5)Print


AEROS for PiPascal 'Phoenixkonsole' Papara announced the availability of the fifth beta version of his Aros distribution AEROS for the Raspberry Pi computer.

AEROS is a hybrid mixture between Debian Linux as base and AROS as desktop. It has many features and is based on Broadway. Additional Debian packages can be installed if wanted and Linux  applications can directly run from the AROS desktop by using special commands.

More information about AEROS can be found in the FAQ and a special video showing this r5 release for the Raspberry Pi can be seen here.

This release is based on a newer AROS ARHMfh build, based on Deadwoods stable ARM ABI. Some crashes regarding AHI were fixed and icons are now more streamlined.

On the AROS side it features all applications that are part of the nightly builds (except FryingPan, Doom and Quake) an experimental OWB (not Oddyssey) and the Vice C64/C128 emulator. At the Linux side there is LibreOffice, Audacious, Dillo, Netsurf, Midor, Tuxpaint, Abuse, Prboom, ScumVM (incl. Beneath a steel sky and Flight of the Amazon Queen), Frozen Bubble, the Synaptic package manager and many more software installed.

This is the beta r5 release and currently only available for registered users. Non-registered users can download this version as soon as the public version gets released (usually a couple of days after this private beta release).

Download page: AEROS for Raspberry Pi (latest beta version)

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