AspireOS 2.0 is a Open source AmigaOS clone for i386 computers. This is a great and cheap alternative if you want a modern Amiga like system. There are lots of games and software for this OS. In this AspireOS live-cd I have only included software that are well tested and important to get stared. AspireOS 2.0 can be used for most modern tasks. Media player, web-browser, gfx and audio software are included. Legacy Amiga software like DOpus 5.This is a ISO file that you can burn to a CD or DVD. After that is done you have a live-CD that you can boot from any i386 hardware with optical drive.
More news: Generation Amiga magazine Amilator 4.12.3 Released: start any AmigaOS from a USB stick AROS Broadway preview 8 available AROS adding 64bit and SMP support VLC Media Player Odyssey source code New book about Directory Opus 5, with CD and many extras Mount and use Unix filesystems directly under AmigaOS Amiga Nostalgia: Amithlon Simplemail 0.44 Released for AmigaOS and compatibles Use4All2 Released, powerful Amiga emulator for PlayStation Vita Redit v1.16 Released, free Word Processor for Amiga 1000 Ancient Domains Of Mystery 3.0.6 released for AmigaOS AmigaOS far ahead of its contemporaries from 1985 until 1990 Third update of stable Linux kernel 4.15 released for AmigaOne workstations AbiWord: Overlooked open-source word processor for AmigaOS 4.X Video: Meet the Commodore Amiga CD32 Animating with the Commodore Amiga in 2018 AMD RX 500 series, next generation graphics cards for AmigaOne computers Review: Lionheart, one of the best action games on the Amiga 500 The Commodore Amiga, technology that changed gaming forever New version of AmiArcadia released for AmigaOS 4.X Video: Recapping the Amiga A1200 under 60 minutes Using Google Docs and Microsoft Office Online on AmigaOne computers Review: Agony, simply gorgeous and epic Commodore Amiga game Amiga Future magazine celebrates its 20th birthday Linux kernel 4.16 released for AmigaOne X1000 and X5000 Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold 1.1 released for AmigaOS 3.1 ProXima 3 Still in development for Commodore Amiga FlashMandelNG 1.2 released for AmigaOS 4.1 L7z Archiver released for AmigaOS 4.1 Dizzytorrent 1.0 released, Amiga 68k BitTorrent client Blake Stone: Planet Strike 1.1 released for AmigaOS 3.1 Amy-ITX motherboard available for €65 Playable demo released of Reshoot R 11 Interesting facts about Tower 57 FlashFloppy 0.9.8 released New release of Amiberry offers huge speed improvements Review: Gabriel Knight for AmigaOS 4.1 AmiWest 2017: Trevor Dickinson announced upcoming release of Enhancer Software 2.0 Review: Second Samurai, diversified gameplay and impressive length Review: Jungle Strike, War is hell. But this game is heaven… Review: Shadow of the Beast 2, featuring high-quality backdrops and animations Review: Humans, Lemmings with cavemen and dinosaurs Review: Sid Meier’s Pirates!, live the glorious life of a swashbuckler Review: Stunt Car Racer, one of the first racing games using physics Review: Defender of the Crown, a timeless classic for Commodore Amiga The Wicher CD32 is revealed, give your AmigaCD32 a new life Review: Gunship 2000 a great helicopter sim released on Commodore Amiga Review: MACE, Amazing and modern space shoot ’em up for AmigaOS 4.x Review: Speedball 2, Awesome release for Commodore Amiga Early preview of Spencer for AmigaOS 4.1 Review: Fantastic Dizzy, challenging adventure platformer classic Review: The New Zealand Story, addictive and cute platformer Review: Outrun, awesome music but conversion could have been much better