Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 12th Mar 2012 22:21 UTC, submitted by deadwood
Amiga & AROS Sure, we have AmigaOS and MorphOS, but those cost money and require special hardware. For those of us more interested in running an Amiga-like operating system on regular, x86 hardware, there's AROS. Two AROS distributions, Icaros Desktop and AspireOS both saw new releases recently.
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RE: vmware video drivers
by paolone on Tue 13th Mar 2012 15:10 UTC in reply to "vmware video drivers"
paolone
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Does the VMWare video driver support sane resolutions yet? Last time I tried AROS, running it in qemu or kvm with -vga vmware resulted in it using 2560x1600 as the minimum resolution. This was somewhat problematic on a laptop.


That's because you haven't properly configured video settings for your virtual machine. There's a option in VMware to specify max resolution of the screen: there you can put whatever resolution you need. For instance, I myself use 1366x768 this way, and VMware stopped opening AROS aT 2560x1600.

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