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Software News   Software News : Icaros desktop 1.1.4 has been released, with a new format!
   posted by paolone on 28-Aug-2009 17:46:55 (8158 reads)
The popular AROS distribution Icaros Desktop has reached version 1.1.4 and is now available for download. Along with the classic update CD for Icaros users, Icaros Desktop LIGHT is a brand new version that fits is a 700 MB CD-R.

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The new version includes recent MESA and SDL libraries, updated TextEditor Zune class, current SabreMSN 0.58, and fresh AROS libraries and system files.

For more informations and downloads, please visit the Icaros Desktop website.
    

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Re: Icaros desktop 1.1.4 has been released, with a new forma
Posted on 31-Aug-2009 15:04:11
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@Srbin

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Also, if it would have gfx acceleration for even 1 specific card, i would surrelly buy one. Shame that i can't watch movies on 900MHz which i can on XP with less than 20% CPU time.

Since AROS only supports a single CPU core, it triggers Intel Core 2 (mobile)'s auto-overclocking IDA feature i.e. one of the cores overclocks from 2.2Ghz to 2.4Ghz. Anyway, I can watch movies (e.g. flv) on AROS's MPlayer.

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Re: Icaros desktop 1.1.4 has been released, with a new forma
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Yes, but it would be neat to show some friends that 900MHz can cope with DVD movies with low cpu time. It is a shame not to use power of gfx cards, but i see all amiga os'es suffer the same problem.


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Re: Icaros desktop 1.1.4 has been released, with a new forma
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Isn't that a bit too girly to report someone everytime i don't disagree?


It's not for when you're not agreeing, it's for when you find something offensive. Big difference there...


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