Faucon2001 wrote:Warp12, It's easy.
You need first to install Aranym (aranym.org), then download EasyAraMint, uncompress it, read carefully the install guide readme.pdf, copy the files in the indicated directory which is different from one system to the other, execute a few setup to have internet running et voila. Total 15 min to have the system running and it works on Linux, OSX and Windows. It gives you a system 68040@3,3 ghz (that the relative speed calculated with Chronos for a core i3), video 32 bits, 16 bits sound, Network access, Printing capable, with all the applications necessary.
I am interested in your feed back on the documentation , as I am not a Technical Writer it will be very valuable to improve it.
As this document as been written on Atari Works on EasyAraMint and the original text file is in the distro, you can modify it if you find some unclear part.
lschafroth wrote:Netsurf seems to be a bit unreliable browsing sites.
lschafroth wrote:Troll worked great. Put in my corporate gmail account via IMAP and the SSL connection and it loaded the messages no problem!
I never had the experience of a nice operating system on my Atari back in the day. I never got the chance use Neodesk, teradeck, jinee and etc.
My only experience was a 1040STfm with a modem and TOS 1.4. Lots of time spent dialing BBS and I even called from the USA to germany BBS systems to get software.
It will take me some time to learn this new Mint/Xaeas stuff. Lannie
Faucon2001 wrote:lschafroth wrote:Netsurf seems to be a bit unreliable browsing sites.
Do you mean that it crashes often or that you can't access many web sites? In the second case, Netsurf can't deal with flash, so bye bye music, video and other fancy stuff.
Faucon2001 wrote:Atari StEve did a nice video demo of Aranym with EasyAraMint on his iMac.
Faucon2001 wrote:Thank you guys
Wow, Vincent on Atari Forum : First post ! Welcome bro !
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