The AROS Show has an interview with AROS Developer Hogne T. “AROS Native gives me no troubles with compiling anything. I use it for the whole development process. I do not even run Linux Hosted at the moment. AROS Native with SFS has some problems with unix ported apps, and I have to compile in RAM:, but other than that, I use Native without any problems.” Screenshots included.
Interview: Hogne T., AROS Developer
Submitted by Paul J. Beel 2006-04-13 Amiga & AROS 5 Comments
They sure have come a long way since I last tested it. I’m very tempted..
-What’s the state of internet apps? I know a TCP/IP stack was ported..but are there any decent browsers?
-Does AROS have that neat little multiple screen-dragging feature?
Ok, slightly stupid of me. My first question was answered by reading the second half of the interview. Damn you tabbed browsing
AROS is sure comng along well.
I’d love to be able to run it on a dedicated box as an alternate system.
I think that’s not long in coming.
couple of years now.. can’t wait!
Amigans should only be concentrating on AROS instead of the 2 sinking ships knows as AmigaOS4 and MorphOS. AROS could convert back the amigans lost to *NIX in a heartbeat. And bring in some more.
AmigaOS4 is obviously doomed, no matter how many updates Hyperion rolls out. Unless they find someone to make new hardware. I doubt we’ll see new something this year. Or the next.
Genesi, well they’re mostly a Linux shop. Granted MorphOS couldn’t keep them afloat but to the average Amigan, Linux isn’t really what they want. Amigans want a new Amiga to replace their old dying hardware.