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AROS One x86 Work In Progress

Last updated on 2 days ago
kantraakantraaNewbie
Posted 15 days ago

ntromans wrote:

@ntromans -

kantraa wrote:

@kantraa - Hi Amigasystem,

Thanks for replying. Unfortunately I can't try your solution as I can't even get to GRUB. The second I select the option to boot from the install medium in the boot menu I get to by pressing F12 after I turn on my laptop I get kicked straight back to my host OS.

Thanks,
kantraa


Hi Kantraa,
Not getting to grub is not an issue with AROS - no element of AROS will have started before the grub command line is executed. I had a similar problem with a HP Elitebook, and it took a lot of experimenting with BIOS options until I persuaded it to boot. Have ou tried altering the bios options?

Cheers,
Nigel.


Hello Nigel.

I have not tried altering the UEFI options simply because I do not know what to alter that would be relevant. What settings did you change? Even if it doesn't work I can maybe still use it as a starting point.

Thanks,
~ kantraa
kantraakantraaNewbie
Posted 14 days ago

amigamia wrote:

@amigamia - @kantraa

Out of curiosity, can you please try Rufus version 3.20 to burn the VHD image? It's Windows only and you can find the downloads here

https://rufus.ie/...


Hello.
I have tried this.
Same issue.

Thanks,
~ kantraa
AMIGASYSTEMAMIGASYSTEMDistro Maintainer
Posted 13 days ago
Excellent and very long video review made by "Amiten TV" on AROS One, I would say quite detailed where all the functions and qualities of AROS One are shown, some small inaccuracies on the Apps and some problems in closing the Shell of "Sashimi" the equivalent of the Old SnoopDos, which like him closes with the CTR-C.

"Amiten TV" uses a fully supported PC, 3D Video Card, Sound Card, Network Card

https://youtu.be/...
TemplarioTemplarioJunior Member
Posted 13 days ago
Don't trust this guy, he's not going to do anything for AROS if there's no money, he made the video for his own ego because of his stupid competition with Amigawave, both want to be the kings of the Amiga scene in Spain. But really support the Amiga.
Edited by Templario on 11-07-2024 05:20, 13 days ago
AMIGASYSTEMAMIGASYSTEMDistro Maintainer
Posted 13 days ago
Juan I appreciated the dissemination of this video which gave AROS One a chance to be known by many other users.
TemplarioTemplarioJunior Member
Posted 12 days ago
He doesn't have many followers, he treats people quite badly because he doesn't accept criticism, on AROS' Facebook, he insulted me seriously and we know each other and we never had problems, but he didn't like my opinion about that video, because in reality he makes videos because of the enmity that he and the Amiwave have, I got a prize that day. Only you take care with him.
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ntromansJunior Member
Posted 8 days ago

kantraa wrote:



Hello Nigel.

I have not tried altering the UEFI options simply because I do not know what to alter that would be relevant. What settings did you change? Even if it doesn't work I can maybe still use it as a starting point.

Thanks,
~ kantraa


Hi Kantraa,
Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. The settings which seem to make a difference are:

Boot mode - UEFI Hybrid (with CSM)
CD-Rom boot active (I installed from the live DVD)
USB kegacy support not enabled
SATA devive mode AHCI

Hope this is of some help,
Nigel.
AMIGASYSTEMAMIGASYSTEMDistro Maintainer
Posted 7 days ago
Updated the Opus 4 Directory config which, thanks to its versatility and the new Datatypes Descriptors created by me, can now display all popular formats such as: BMP, GIF, ILBM, JPG, PCX, PNG, PPM, SVG, TGA, TIFF, WEBP, XBM, XPM, images will be recognised automatically even if they are without extension.

The default viewer of Dopus4 is Multiview but you can also view images with other Tools available on the Tabs.

The only format not supported by Dopus4 and Multiview at the moment is "TIFF" this is due to the lack of the "TIFF.Datatype" on AROS, datatypes that are in the works and will soon be available for AROS.

Of course on AROS not all viewers need datatypes to display TIFFs, there are some viewers that have internal codecs that allow them to handle TIFF images.
AMIGASYSTEMAMIGASYSTEMDistro Maintainer
Posted 4 days ago
Thanks to the Datatypes Descriptors, Wanderer will also recognise the graphic formats BMP, GIF, ILBM, JPG, PCX, PNG, PPM, SVG, TGA, TIFF, WEBP, XBM, XPM even if they have no extension.

Please note that if an image has a wrong extension, Wanderer will assign the correct icon and tool according to the type of image, the wrong extension will be ignored.
AMIGASYSTEMAMIGASYSTEMDistro Maintainer
Posted 2 days ago
New version of 'Crono', a programme for creating Monthly or Yearly Calendars styled as Grids or as Lists.

Crono allows you to add backgrounds in the most common graphic formats, choose the colour of the Calendar background, supports 26 languages, multiple print formats, mark particular days as holidays with the colour of your choice, and save the Calendar as a PDF.

You will find the new "Chrono" on AROS One v2.5 Upadate 1


www.arosworld.org/infusions/forum/attachments/crono.jpg
Edited by AMIGASYSTEM on 22-07-2024 04:45, 2 days ago
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