The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the immediate availability of MorphOS 3.6. Delivering one of the most requested features, this new version can now utilize the built-in Wi-Fi hardware in all Apple systems that feature Broadcom´s BCM43 chipset. In addition, MorphOS further extends its support of graphics chipsets to include AMD´s R400 series by adding compatibility with Radeon X800 PRO and FireGL X3 cards. Moreover, the latest version of MorphOS now enables laptop owners to define custom screen modes and provides default modes for increasingly common high resolution displays.
Improving interoperability and overall convenience, MorphOS 3.6 adds a new SMBFS filesystem handler with 64-bit I/O support for easy file sharing via network storage devices, a new VNC server to control your MorphOS systems remotely or even without a display, and a Synergy client for sharing a nearby mouse and keyboard with any Linux, MacOS or Windows machine that is part of your local network and acts as a Synergy server.
As usual, MorphOS 3.6 includes many more improvements and bug fixes. For a more complete list of all changes, please read our MorphOS 3.6 release notes (http://www.morphos-team.net/
We strongly urge new users to carefully read our installation (http://www.morphos-team.net/
All began in 1999. Now, more than 10 years of development. MorphOS have reached version 3.6 – MorphOS is a light-weighted operating system which you can run on the latest Apple PowerPC machines before Apple went over to x86. MorphOS runs AmigaOS 68k, WarpUP, PowerUP and its own programs. It is one of the AmigaOS’es that gets frequently updates also. Including Apple PowerPC hardware, MorphOS also runs on Pegasos I, Pegasos II and Efika hardware. The most important thing to remember, is that only ATI Radeon cards is supported! Nvidia cards cannot be used with MorphOS at all.
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