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Distribution: Ambasa-OS v20130924Print

AROS

Ambasa-OSFatman2021 announced the availability of his special version of Ambasa-OS.

Ambasa-OS is a Linux distribution based off Ubuntu and comes with Wine, Virtualbox (OSE), and KVM/Qemu pre-installed. Fatman2021 provides us with a free version of Ambasa-OS, which comes pre-installed with Aros Vision m68k and the latest Icaros Desktop. As such, this distribution is for example very nice for those people who want to test their software with different Aros environments or use it as a development environment.

Fatman2021 has ambitional plans for Ambasa-OS, because future versions of Ambasa-OS are also going to use components from Debian and Trisquel and will target next generation computers and mobile devices.

There are some hardware requirements that needs to be met in order to be able to run Ambasa-OS to its fullest, so please make sure to read the announcement and see if they can be matched.

Please note that this distribution requires a (default) login, Login: main and Password: password and that you can leave your feedback here on this forum or at aros-exec.

Available download locations are currently limited to a daily download limit, so in case a download limit is reached the download will fail. In that case you are encouraged to simply try the download at another moment in time.

Download page 1 (copy): Ambasa-OS (MD5) for X86 machines (2,89 GB).
Download page 2 (dropbox): Ambasa-OS (MD5) for X86 machines (2,89 GB).

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#1 | magorium on November 06 2013 15:59:15
Staf was so kind to put up a torrent as well.

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