lschafroth wrote:Anyone? no suggestions? I want to install the latest offerings as a desktop but dont know what that is.
Dal wrote:I presume you mean an atari desktop? If so, then Thing is still being developed or, if you fancy putting your hand in your pocket, you can still get Jinnee from ASH
wongck wrote:Not sure what you are after but here something for you to think about:
2. MyAES & Mint 1.18 does wall paper in 32 bits colour, which works great with Aranym.
5. Mint 1,18 has gradients, which makes windows looks nice. Adds colours to your windows structures.
Sorry, i use windoze version aranym only.lschafroth wrote:I installed aranym under Debian squeeze by issuing apt-get install aranym
gilles504 wrote:errors with /dev/fb0 are related to framebuffer (ie physical screen access).
try to run as root user or add your user to a specific group to access framebufer...
also maybe avoid fullscreen for first startup.
lschafroth wrote:I tried the instructions at this site:
http://www.st-katharina-apotheke.de/ata ... exte=myaes
the instructions dont match the files. There is no etc/ttytab file to edit to start myaes.
I will search and see if there is a up to date and accurate guide on how to install it.
lschafroth wrote:" First get the MyAES archive and depack it in any place you want. After depacking you get a folder named myaes, there you will find a folder gemsys and two files, 'install.txt' and 'myaes2.tos'. Copy the content of the gemsys folder to C:\GEMSYS and copy the file 'myaes2.tos' to C:\GEMSYS\MYAES. "
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All need files should be put in a folder name "myaes" generaly by default put in "C:\gemsys\"
(for change this look above this text file)
In this folder you can find:
-> "desk" folder
-> masreal.prg (need for realtime winframe (mutitask system only))
-> "libs" folder
-> "log" folder
-> "skins" folder
-> diffrent folder, each folder correspond to widget skin
-> Probably a lot of picture depend of the windframe
-> possible myaes.cnf for redefine some cinfiguration like menu background color
-> myaes.tos (the AES itself can be put anywhere)
-> keytabls.sys (optional)
-> myaes.pal (optional)
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