Linked by paolone on Fri 4th Jan 2013 20:56 UTC
Amiga & AROS Icaros Desktop, the popular distribution of the AROS Research Operating System, has recently released its version 1.5, a new milestone since it finally allows to run classic Amiga software and games on full screen or perfectly integrating them into the host AROS desktop.
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RE[7]: Comment by lucas_maximus
by Zbigniew on Mon 7th Jan 2013 10:59 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Comment by lucas_maximus"
Zbigniew
Member since:
2008-08-28

Thanks, but it seems, that you didn't read my comment carefully enough.
I wrote, that using third setting my monitor, well, shows the messages, just OS stops boot process at some particular point. And no: removing "@60" didn't help. As I wrote: I tried Icaros also with the other monitor - which hadn't problems with the frenquencies - and Icaros didn't work there neither.

Anyway IMHO the default settings shouldn't be set to such demanding values, that without reading some manuals it's not possible to take a look at what Icaros offers. Quite opposite: it should have settings "easy for everyone" (well, for the most, at least...), and when one needs something more sophisticated, in such case - after the lecture of manuals etc. - he can change some command-line parameters, selecting higher frequency this way (or whatever).

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paolone Member since:
2007-09-24

Sorry, I thought the problem was the video frequency. Unluckily the new kernel is not as tested as the old one (it's much younger), so something may have gone wrong.

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