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.

Sunday, July 21, 2019

"AROS One" v1.1 released

UPDATE 2019-07-30:
Ops, sorry! I've just received message from the author of this new distro - it's not Andreas Magerl, but "Spadoni Carlo" / AMIGASYSTEM! Thanks for the info!

It's been only a couple of days since we reported about new AROS distro "AROS One" v1.0, and it's already got an update.


Very nice, AROS One has been released in version 1.1. Even nicer: this time a m68k version has been added!

Note that the m68k version is currently aimed at emulators and hasn't been tested on real hardware so far. Also it's supplied in form of a hardfile, which can't be used directly on a real Amiga.

Tutorial videos and are provided, along with ROMs and WinUAE config file for the m68k version.

Little is known about this distro so far, so maybe it's best you give it a try yourself!

Go to English Amiga Board's "AROS One" v1.1 forum pages for more information, video links, and file downloads:

AROS-One x86 v1.1

AROS-One 68k v1.1


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