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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : AspireOS Codename: Xenon is here
   posted by nikosidis on 5-Jul-2013 10:44:20 (2262 reads)
I'm glad to inform you that AspireOS codename: Xenon is now ready for you to download for free. As you might know AspireOS is a AmigaOS 3.1 clone, but much more Advanced. Included are Media player, Advanced web-browser (Odyssey) GFX programs, Audio software and much more. (Please click read more.)

It is almost 2 years now since AspireOS first Version. We have come a long way since that and this Version is by far the most stable and Complete Version yet.

I hope you will give it a try and I wish you a Nice summer.

All the best
Nikos

For information and download go here:

www.aspireos.com
    

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Re: AspireOS Codename: Xenon is here
Posted on 5-Jul-2013 23:02:57
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Good work!

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Thanks Nikos !!!

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If you have a supported netbook check out AspireOS because its lighting fast and Amiga on the go


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Thx guys :) Glad you like it. I can see that the link to AspireOS web-page failed.

Try this one:

AspireOS

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Great work, congratulations on another release.

I notice you list "Odyssey" rather than "OWB" - what version is that?

(NB - looks like you still have to update your mx redirect - the URL in the address bar shows google sites once the page has loaded)


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Please make a version for Ouya. Thanx!


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It is Odyssey 1.16.2 date: 07.04.12

Yes, It is google sites. Nothing wrong with the link I provided.

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Great work Nikos, too bad that my current netbook although it's an Acer AspireOne, it's D270 model. Is it fully supported? If not, what isn't supported, do you know? It's really pity that AROS -still- doesn't support newer netbooks.

PS: I think that you have to update your site.


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@ nikosidis

still a problem on the homepage download for Xenon Nikos ??


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After installation and reboot, I get an error about not finding version 43 or higher of the oop.library.

Click on ok a few times and then the screen goes black and the mouse pointer doesnt move.

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