AROS News


Periodic overview of the AROS scene
  • AROS x86 - May 2024

    monthly roundup

    In May, the AROS community, as usual, was not idle. At the beginning of the month, Deadwood released a cumulative set of patches for the base system at 20220318-1. The Update 1 mainly contains the “irritating bugs of the month” fixes introduced over the past few months. [Read More]
  • AROS x86 - April 2024

    monthly roundup

    In April 2024, although there was no new version of AROS for x86, there was still a lot going on. Deadwood continues to work on a prototype x86 emulator for the 64-bit version of the system. We can also expect a cumulative patch package from him for the latest build... [Read More]
  • AROS x86 - March 2024

    monthly roundup

    The most exciting news in March is the start of work on a prototype emulator ABIv0 for the 64-bit version of AROS. Deadwood is not resting on its laurels and is consistently delivering on its earlier announcements. A working emulator would enable a smooth transition to the 64-bit version of... [Read More]
  • AROS x86 - February 2024

    monthly roundup

    February brings good news for the AROS community. After nearly two months of intensive work, we now have a new base version of the AROS x86 system. As promised, this iteration includes a transition to a new C library. While this change may not immediately result in many visible differences... [Read More]
  • AROS x86 - January 2024

    monthly roundup

    January was marked by the implementation of a new C library in AROS x86. This change is intended to make life easier primarily for AROS developers themselves. The 32-bit version will be more compatible with the 64-bit version, so maintaining two development lines will become easier. In the long run,... [Read More]