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Andy Hearn

Posts 36
26 Dec 2017 13:46


I love it, itís a full suite of software to make use of, and shows off the power of these vampire cards.
I canít count the amount of times Iíve had to rebuild a workbench install from scratch because Iíve swapped out a card or accelerator and something now doesnít work. Or needs a specific boing ball patch with a specific version of cybergraphics and or something else blah blah blah.
Itís this mucking about that killed me with ppc (classic cyberstorm/blizzard), I spent so much time nursing the software, and ticking off what versions of what library worked with what else, that I didnít actually manage to do anything fun with it.

Now weíre running m68k - x86 emulation and playing magic carpet; a game I pretty much had as the sole reason for owning a PS1. In emulation! Itís not playable but boggles my mind... maybe the vamp4....

Anyway, my hat is off to whoever spent the time to put this apolloOS together and all the software in it. Iím well aware of the time needed to do something like this; and itís time incertanly donít have myself!!! So thanks again


Thierry Atheist

Posts 612
26 Dec 2017 18:30


Apollo OS assists in defining the Vampire/Amiga as the NEW "lowest common denominator" of the AOS (classic) standard!

Vampire 2 is AMIGA's baseline of computing now!

It's a done deal!!!

There are people with multiple Vampires already. That says it all.


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 741
08 Jan 2018 15:07


Small mounter/demounter tool for SDCard is released, requires ApolloOS
  News came from Pedro, author is not listed
 
  Google drive download
  EXTERNAL LINK 
Also, note that magnet link at website doesnt work (yet).
While we wait for new 44 version (hopefully, released with 2.7 core)copy-paste this magnet link to your browser/torrent app
for last 43P partition fixed version

magnet:?xt=urn:btih:578bc8b511128b4a1faae1f72214db78a69a6794


Andy Hearn

Posts 36
09 Jan 2018 20:39


pulling down and seeding now


Krzysztof Wojteczek

Posts 9
11 Jan 2018 06:55


Maybe this time author of Apollo OS will create repository for app /or what is it called/ to update OS. Without pulling hdd out of amiga.


Chris Dennett

Posts 47
11 Jan 2018 17:19


I would like this, if it was some kind of sync app with individual files to be synced. But I would also like if you could move stuff around and it still updates or whatever (maybe it looks for hidden files on the drive).


Krzysztof Wojteczek

Posts 9
11 Jan 2018 17:51


The update app is built in apollo OS - it is called IPM or something like that. It is something like juens app https://www.ppa.pl/forum/amiga/36295/app-program-do-autopobierania-i-instalacji-softwaru-z-internetu#m560311 use translator or learn polish:). It is really nice done. I strongly advise to play a little bit with app, juens repository is quite large:).


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 741
11 Jan 2018 18:07


Krzysztof Wojteczek wrote:

The update app is built in apollo OS - it is called IPM or something

It seems best AmigaOS software gets to go to ApolloOS :-)

What people hope and expect might be internal OS upgrade via Internet vs dumping the image (again)



Matthew Langtry

Posts 72
12 Jan 2018 18:47


made a new 64gb image of apollo os r43 with tosec adfs removed roadshow demo has was causing problems with igame torrent soon


Rachel Windsor

Posts 6
18 Jan 2018 17:34


I have a few questions about Apollo OS out of curiosity. I hope they're not too redundant! I know they've probably been asked before, but I couldn't really find a solid answer so...

Who is actually making Apollo OS? Apollo Team themselves?

Is it based on AmigaOS 3.9?

If so, how did the developers manage to obtain the code for it?

I've read different threads on Amiga forums where some people claim that Apollo OS is illegal because it infringes on certain copyrights. How true is that?


Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 741
18 Jan 2018 17:43


Rachel Windsor wrote:

  I've read different threads on Amiga forums where some people claim that Apollo OS is illegal because it infringes on certain copyrights. How true is that?

Its a compilation of OS 3.9 + a lot of patches and updates, like you mirrored your AmigaOS image, but this one is best suited for newbie Vampire users.

Its intended for people who already have OS. Its not on sales. Its in IP blackhole, just because AmigaOS, certainly OS 3.9 is, not because of anyones desire to be so.


Roy Gillotti

Posts 99
18 Jan 2018 17:43


Rachel Windsor wrote:
 
  Who is actually making Apollo OS? Apollo Team themselves?

No it's an enthusiast in the community.
Rachel Windsor wrote:
   
  Is it based on AmigaOS 3.9?

Yes

Rachel Windsor wrote:
 
  If so, how did the developers manage to obtain the code for it?
 
  I've read different threads on Amiga forums where some people claim that Apollo OS is illegal because it infringes on certain copyrights. How true is that?

To me this is kind of a grey area as well, I physically own a legit copy of 3.9, so I feel I can use ApolloOS without issues.


Rachel Windsor

Posts 6
18 Jan 2018 21:18


That certainly explains things a bit more. Thanks for clearing it up guys!

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