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ARAnyM

ARAnyM

ARAnyM is an acronym: Atari Running on Any Machine. It is a 32-bit Atari computer clone.

Specifically, it is a virtual machine software for running the Atari ST/TT/Falcon operating systems (TOS, FreeMiNT, MagiC and others) and TOS/GEM applications.

The reason for writing ARAnyM is to provide Atari power users with faster and better machines. The ultimate goal is to create a new platform where TOS/GEM applications could continue to live forever.

ARAnyM provides both ST-RAM and FastRAM (sometimes also called TT-RAM). ST-RAM size is always 14MB. FastRAM size is adjustable from 0 up to 4GB.

 ARAnyM 0.9.16

Price
Free to download

Size
1.7MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Milan Jurik, Stanislav Opichalm, Petr Stehlik, Johan Klockars, Didier Mequignon, Patrice Mandin, Xavier Joubert, and others

Website
aranym.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
SDL 1.2.10 or higher

Support Sites:
Wiki, Standa Opichal's fan page, HOWTO install

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • MC68040 compatible CPU (including optional MMU!)
  • MC68881 compatible FPU
  • JIT Compiler for CPU and FPU (speeds up CPU+FPU up to 10x!)
  • ST-RAM 14 MB
  • Fast-RAM configurable 0-3824 MB
  • Host accelerated fVDI graphics (large highcolor/truecolor resolutions)
  • Access to Host OS filesystems using BetaDOS or MiNT native XFS driver
  • Ethernet networking via host using MiNT-Net XIF driver
  • TOS 4.x XBIOS compatible with Atari Falcon DMA Sound (16-bit 48 kHz stereo sound)
  • Parallel port (bidirectional)
  • MFP, IKBD, ACIA, VIDEL, BLITTER, FDC, IDE, DSP MC56001
  • Atari floppy DD/HD for connecting floppy image or real floppy drive
  • Two IDE channels for connecting disk images, harddrives or CD-ROMs
  • Extended keyboard and mouse support (including mouse wheel)
  • Native CD-ROM access

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