11 Oct 2017 02:05
|Vojin Vidanovic wrote:|
|Michael R wrote:|
When the archive was unpacked it was over 32GB so it wouldn't fit on an SD card.
Icons are matter of taste, glad you enjoy OS 3.9+ (ApolloOS is quite nice baseline compared to OS 3.9).
Anyway, ApolloOS is 32GB, just the declared cards arent when formatted, or at least not all.
However, hosting a smaller image with less data files might help.
Yes, Apollo OS (OS 3.9+) is nice and easy to use. I still have some customizing to do. I installed AmiKit 1.5 to see what options are available. I was quite impressed with the look of it. I was also impressed with the sleek and fast installation with WinUAE and my OS 3.9 CD. Perhaps using a dedicated installer like that for Apollo OS in the future and a partitioned and formatted Amiga disk would allow a quick installation to a real Amiga + Vampire?
I copied all the system files and programs from Apollo OS to a 2GB compact flash. The rest were multimedia files. The majority of the other files were in Games, Emulators, and ScummVM. Those can be copied to a 32GB micro sd to use in the Vampire micro sd slot once I get that working. All is well. Thanks to Apollo OS I'm enjoying using my A500 + Vampire, looking forward to Core 2.7 and especially Core 3.0!