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AEROS for Pi beta 2 available on SD-card

Date 18-Jun-2013 20:53:36
Topic: software AROS


After a long time, some news:

Starting from today registered users can download the sd card image of beta 2.

"registered/invited" are all who have ever donated or bought something on http://www.ares-shop.de http://www.aros-broadway.de or http://www.aeros-os.org .

Read more --->

The video shows that something has done in terms of speed. (Start, booting)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ovapju44ABU

Both Linux and AROS side is the potential performance increase of 20-30%. But that is the Maximum of Pi.

I use the 256MB version, 512 of course bring more, because its less swap.

Because of Traffic and free web space and that I want more ARM apps, I offer the following service:

http://www.ebay.de/itm/AEROS-for-Raspberry-PI-beta-on-SD-card-/151061981128?pt=Klassische_Computer&hash=item232bfee7c8

Anyone who has some patience to wait for the stripped down "free version" can do so, or download the latest AROS hosted from http://www.aros.org.

You are not forced to buy this. You can still get a early access account by donating, buying a game or app from www.ares-shop.de. Or you can ask a dealer to write the image for you.

Maybe Stephen can do a better video : )
Everyone who has an account could share it with friends. You can redistribute as always.

If I missed someone who is qualified for early access, please send me a mail.
Due to some law restrictions (private data security) I don't know who bought an AresOne from Vesalia.



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