What is AROS ? - a portable, improved open source reimplementation of Amiga OS 3.1. Currently available for: i386, x86_64bit, Amiga m68k, ARM (RaspberryPi) and Efika CHRP / SAM440 PPC hardware, running natively, and/or hosted inside Linux (i386, x86_64bit, PPC), Windows (i386), MacOS (i386), Android (ARM). (Nice, eh?)
What is AROS alive ? - a series of videos exploring various aspects of AROS, and this website with articles about AROS related subjects.
If you like coding in Pascal on AROS, or if you want to start doing so, you should visit ALB's blog.
blog hosts the Freepascal compilers for AmigaOS, MorphOS and AROS, some
other applications like Mapparium, GPSTool, and EdiSyn, and now he has
even added an online Pascal compiler for AmigaOS, MorphOS and AROS.
a web interface, you can enter your Pascal code, choose
the destination platform, click "Compile", and download your executable
There are two versions of the online Freepascal
older browsers (IBrowse, etc.) using HTML only.
Here's a video showing the online compiler in action:
Famous developer Kalamatee has given countless hours of his life to AROS and the community. He's worked on many essential parts of AROS and plays a big role within the AROS world. Now it looks as if it's time to give something back, as he seems to have run out of money, even threatening his facilities to keep working on AROS. Send him some money!
Popular AROS distro "Icaros Desktop" version 2.2, after having been pre-released around christmas last year, has now been officially released.
Changes include new feature "HostBridge" (run Linux/Windows applications from AROS when running hosted under Linux/Windows), a completely new look of Icaros Desktop including Magellan toolbars and decoration, placement of some tools, and other enhancements over the christmas pre-release version.