New in version r3.5January 17th, 2013
- Updated Linux kernel from 2.2.39 to 3.2.0 which adds support for many more modern CPU/GPU/NICs and so on.
- Updated the Nvidia driver from v290 to 310 which supports more modern cards.
New in version r3 (July 21st, 2012)
- AEROS has become a 4in1 OS.
- You get AROSx86, AROSm68k(experimental),Linux and with PlayonLInux access to your Windows apps and Games
- Instead of adding a AROS68k nightly you will get AROS Vision (the 68k distro) done by Olaf SchÃ¶nweiÃ (many thanks for allowing me this)
- It comes with tons of software working on AROS68k (the ironic part is that 68k DOSBOX is working)
- K3B has been replaced by Xfburn (lightweight burning tool) added gparted (easy partitioning)
- Changed Installer to a graphical one which calls gparted and allows now also to choose locales before installing
- added gmrun (linux quicklauncher)
- added Transmission (for downloading future releases of AEROS ; ) )
- added Terminator as main Terminal (allows to run multiple terminal sessions in one Window)
- added Hurrican ( use grandr (also newly added) to change resolution to 640x480)
- updated JanusUAE from 1.1 to 1.2
- added 2 games to ScummVM (AROS) Beneath a steel sky and Drascula
- Added ârebootâ and âshutdownâ options to quickstarter (AROS dock) (if it works depends on your mainboard.. in most cases it should)
- Livemode checks for the highest resolution the framebuffer driver allows with your setup (Gpu+Monitor)
- On my AresOne 2010 the lovemode goes into 1280x720@50Hz
- In virtualbox it goes into 800x600, so it depends on HW combinations.
- After installation to HD and installing your GPU-driver (Nividia, AMD, Intel, whatever) you will be able to change resolutions.
- It will automatically choose the largest (ideally) resolution.
- Also added a new AROS device called âremovable_mediaâ. Clicking on it will give you access to any attached removable media like USB-sticks, DVDâs and so on.