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Distribution: Aminux 0.02aPrint

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Pascal 'Phoenixkonsole' Papara announced the availability of the first public release of his brand new distribution called Aminux.

Aminux is an x86 based microknoppix distribution that automatically boots into the amiga-emulator FS-UAE which on its turn runs Aros Vision.

Sounds complicated ? Not really, as it is one of the easiest ways of running Aros 68k inside an amiga-emulator on an x86 computer. Simply write the download image to an usb-pen drive, insert it into your (x86) machine, and Aros/Amiga emulation is just a boot-sequence away.

Aminux already supports ATI, NVidia and Intel GPU's and works very well with ECS and AGA games. Networking should work 'out of the box', and the stylish FS-UAE interface tops it all off.

Aminux requires a minimal pen drive size (partition) of 4GB and needs to be 'written' by using a tool like dd or winimagewriter.

Video: Pascal shows Aminux running.
Download page: Aminux 0.02a for x86 (1.2 GB)

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