WinArosLight is a preinstalled AROS on a HD image, that runs under Windows using QEmu. WinAros Light targets developers, using AmiDevCpp to develop AROS programs. WinArosLight in combination with a program like ultraiso is a nice test environment for those programs. WinArosLight uses the latest AROS snapshot. Other than all that, it’s just a really easy way of testing AROS. Download it from this page, ‘WinArosLight.exe’.
WinAros Light Released
Submitted by John Holmes 2006-03-28 Amiga & AROS 5 Comments
The idea of cross-developing across all flavours of Amiga OS’s sounds great. Found a reason use windows !
Just tried it, works nicely! I’m happy that Alternative OSes are becoming more and more usable; AROS team job is awesome.
It image works in Linux too under qemu, if anyones interested.
Use wine or 7zip to run the exe and extract it’s contents, enter the directory and run:
qemu -L ./bios -m 48 -boot d -cdrom aros.iso -hda harddisk.img