Following the release of MorphOS 3.11, David 'Daff' Brunet is pleased to update its excellent installation guide of MorphOS on its site Obligement.
This guide describes the steps to
install or update the Blue Butterfly Operating System version 3.10 on
Pegasos, Pegasos II (Open Desktop Workstation machine), Efika 5200B
(Efika Open Client machine), Mac mini G4, eMac (models 1.25 and 1.42
GHz), Power Mac G4 (PowerMac3.1 to PowerMac3.6 models), Power Mac G4
Cube (PowerMac5.1 model), Power Mac G5 (PowerMac7.3 models), PowerBook
G4 (PowerBook5, 2 to PowerBook5,9), iBook G4 (PowerBook models6,3 to
6,7), Sam460ex / Sam460cr (AmigaOne 500 machine) and AmigaOne X5000-20.
See this list for more details on managed Macintosh machines.
The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the immediate
availability of MorphOS 3.11. In addition to performance, stability and
security improvements, this new version also features the first more
substantial update of the Odyssey web browser in a while, which improves
the rendering of and general compatibility with modern websites in
several ways, as well as a more refined version of the recently
introduced Flow Studio, our official integrated development environment.
For a more extensive overview of the changes included in MorphOS 3.11,
please read our release notes.
We strongly urge new users to carefully read our installation and troubleshooting
guides before they attempt to install MorphOS for the first time.
Existing users can upgrade via the familiar procedure but are encouraged
to read the guides as well. MorphOS 3.11 is available for download in
our files section.
Zoltan BALATON ha just put online a solution to launch MorphOS 3.10 under QEMU emulator with a virtual Sam460EX. He proposes emulate AmigaOS 68k, AmigaOS 4.x and AROS too. For info, Zoltan do that for the pleasure and on his free time.
The publishing house A2 begins to distribute the second volume of the series in polish dedicated to the MorphOS system. This second part focuses on the presentation of the possibilities of the advanced functions of the system and the means to use useful software in the daily work. We will learn how to manage different file formats and file systems. We will check the features "Hidden ", so examine problematic situations such as system failures or the need for data recovery. The book also deals with the latest version of MorphOS 3.10. Separate chapters are dedicated to the launch of Amiga software, emulation, data exchange and compression, as well as the use of the ARexx and Lua scripting languages. Many functions have been described as part of their integration into the Ambient office. The book has 450 pages and is available in paper and electronic form.
An English translation should be available soon, to follow...
The first volume is available in english on this link.
The MorphOS Development Team would like to
announce the immediate availability of the April 2018 release of the
MorphOS SDK 3.12. The new SDK introduces support for Objective-C MUI
application development, adds a Clang compiler, GCC 6.4.0, updated GCC5
as well as a GIT suite, many updated libraries and components.
Please note that, at this point, the Objective-C support should be
considered a demo - both ABI and API are not yet 100% stable. MorphOS
3.12 may require your applications to be recompiled to work.
The new SDK requires at least 2GB of free disk space to install and is available for download in our files section.
The English language edition of the first volume of our MorphOS manual book will be made available this weekend.
The eBook edition will be downloadable from your customer profile page
(after logging into our web store) or by using a link that will be
provided via email message.