Downloads

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BOSS-X

bossx1035de.zip Deutsche Version 10.35 (Datum 21.10.2011)
bossx1035en.zip Englische Version 10.35 (Datum 21.10.2011)
preinstalled.zip Vorinstallierte Version 10.35 auf einem 16 MB-Disketten-Image (Datum 19.09.2015)

handbuch.zip Deutsches Handbuch zu BOSS-X Version 10.33 (Datum 19.08.2004)
mehr zu BOSS-X erfahrt Ihr hier

HTML-Viewer 3.1

browser.zip HTML-Viewer 3.1 installed on a minimal BOSS-X-System with some exsample pages
mehr über den HTML-Viewer erfahrt Ihr hier

BOSS-XE Ausgabe 2000

boss81se.zip mehr zu BOSS-XE erfahrt Ihr hier

BOSS-XL Ausgabe 2000

bossxl2k.zip mehr zu BOSS-XL erfahrt Ihr hier

Tools

mydos_turbo-basic.zip ... ein leeres MyDOS-ATR mit Turbo-BASIC XL 1.5

ATOS

die neue Oberfläche von Tom Hunt
16_atos.zip
Mehr über diese Benutzeroberfläche erfahrt Ihr bei CloserToHome

RespeQt

RespeQt is a SIO-Emulator for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It actually is an experimental fork of AspeQt, so I wont copy&paste the hints and tricks I already gave in the AspeQt section below.
You can download the sources from the following location at GitHub: https://github.com/jzatarski/RespeQt. The program is published under the terms of the GPL (you might want to download the GPL there, because my .tar.gz-files don't contain it).

R3

Linux 64 Bit: RespeQt_R3_debian_8.2_x86_64.tar.xz RespeQt R3 for debian 64 Bit ... not tested yet ...

Linux 32 Bit: RespeQt_R3_debian_8.2_x86.tar.xz is the 32 bit build of RespeQt R3 ... not tested yet ...

Debian Wheezy 32 Bit (static): RespeQt_R3_QT5static_debian7_x86.tar.gz for use with Linux distributions which do not provide QT5 in their repositories, e.g. Debian Wheezy.
As I do not use any 64 Bit Wheezy installation at the moment, there wont be any 64-Bit build of this in the near future.

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 Bit (static): RespeQt_R3_QT5static_Ubuntu1204LTS_x86_64.tar.gz for use with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (a.k.a. Xubuntu 12.04 LTS)

Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 Bit (static): RespeQt_R3_QT5static_Ubunt_14.04LTS_x84_64.tar.gz for use with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (a.k.a. Ubuntu MATE 14.04 LTS)

R2 notes

RespeQt R2 is a so called Release. Other than my previous build, R2 has been built from officially released source-code, rather than from a random GIT-snapshot. Read more about R2 here: https://github.com/jzatarski/RespeQt/releases/tag/r2.
For legal reasons, my binary archives do not contain any boot images of copyrighted software/abadonware by Atari, such as DOS2. You can get these Boot-images from the original source, which can be found in the source-archive under the README in the link above.
Experimental *.deb-packages may be following later.

Linux 64 Bit: RespeQt_R2_debian_8.2_x86_64.tar.xz RespeQt R2 for debian 64 Bit ... nothing tested yet, but build on the same machine and environtment as the following ...

Linux 32 Bit: RespeQt_R2_debian_8.2_x86.tar.xz is the 32 bit build of the very same project files ... still nothing tested, except if it runs at all ...

To install this in debian or Ubuntu, simply enter the following command to a terminal:
Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install libqt5network5 libqt5core5a libqt5widgets5 libqt5printsupport5
debian: su -c "apt-get install libqt5network5 libqt5core5a libqt5widgets5 libqt5printsupport5" (with quotes)
and don't forget to add yourself to the group of dialout-users, to make RespeQt able to access the serial port:
Ubuntu: sudo usermod -aG dialout $USER.
Debian: su -c "usermod -aG dialout {username}" (with qoutes, replace {username} with your username).

Debian Wheezy 32 Bit (static): RespeQt_R2_QT5static_debian7_x86.tar.gz for use with Linux distributions which do not provide QT5 in their repositories, e.g. Debian Wheezy (successfully tested).
As I do not use any 64 Bit Wheezy installation at the moment, there wont be any 64-Bit build of this in the near future.

Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 Bit (static): RespeQt_R2_QT5static_Ubuntu1204LTS_x86_64.tar.gz for use with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (a.k.a. elementaroy OS Luna 0.2)

Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 Bit (static): RespeQt_R2_QT5static_Ubuntu1404LTS_x86_64.tar.gz for use with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (a.k.a. elementaroy OS freya 0.3.2)

I didn't test for any additional packages necessary as I don't have setup a fresh and clean OS for testing things like that.
As RespeQt depends on the newer QT5 toolkit, it is like impossible for me to build RespeQt for Wheezy. This may change in the future as the developers are going to port it back to QT4.8.

If you like to LOL, you can use my handmade, Lintian-violating packages. I'm sorry, but the only so-so valid packages I've ever made yet were done using debian-provided source-packages, but never homebrew projects like RespeQt or AspeQt.
At least it cares for the necessary QT5-libs to be installed automaticly, and it places an icon in the accessories' menu.
Download these debs here:
RespeQt_20150913_i386.deb
RespeQt_20150913_amd64.deb

To-Do-List

This is the todo list for my build of RespeQt:

AspeQt

AspeQt is a SIO-Emulator for Windows, Linux und Mac OS X.
You can download the sources from one of the following locations: atari8warez.com and SourceFource.net. The program is published under the terms of the GPL (see source packages for details!!).

Althrough, most versions say, SIO is not tested, it should work. Actually, I tested, if the program runs (the GUI starts, the serial port has been accessed), and there is no reason why SIO shouldn't work at all.

Recommented build: AspeQt_0.8.8_debian_7_Wheezy_x86.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.8 for Linux ... built with debian 7 RC, SIO tested ... not tested for the packages really neccessary to run the program (see text below)

Recommented for 64 bit Linux: AspeQt_0.8.8_debian_7_Wheezy_x86_64.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.8 for Linux 64 Bit ... built with debian 7 RC, 64 Bit, SIO tested

These builds made in debian are also supposed to work in other distributions like Fedora (tested) and (hopefully) all others too. This will requiere some QT-packages (see the text below), but it should run on any x86 and x86_64 based Linux-Distribution.

On a newly installed debian 6.0.5 system, install the following packages to run the program: libqtgui4, libqtcore4, libaudio2. Choosing libqtgui4 (e.g. with aptitude) also selects some other packages, which all can be unselected until these three packages are left marked for installing. AspeQt 0.8.8 (and further) additionally needs libqt4-network.
All depencies should be met then.

Sometimes it happens, that AspeQt reports an error "Cannot open serial port '/dev/ttyS0': No Permissions." (or similar). In this case, you have to add yourself to the dialout-group (sudo usermod -aG dialout $USER in Ubuntu or as root using the command usermod -aG dialout {username} in debian). Then logout and log back in.

Older downloads

Latest build for use with debian 6/Ubuntu 10.04 LTS: AspeQt_0.8.7_debian_32Bit.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.7 for Linux ... built with debian 6.0.6, SIO tested ... not tested for the packages really neccessary to run the program (see text below)

Latest build for use with debian 6/Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64 Bit: AspeQt_0.8.7_debian_64bit.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.7 for Linux 64 Bit ... built with debian 6.0.6, 64 Bit, SIO tested

AspeQt_0.8.6_debian_32Bit.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.6 for Linux ... built with debian 6.0.6, SIO tested ... not tested for the packages really neccessary to run the program (see text below)

AspeQt_0.8.6_debian_64bit.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.6 for Linux 64 Bit ... built with debian 6.0.6, 64 Bit, SIO tested

AspeQt 0.8.3 debian 6 x86.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.3 for Linux ... built with debian 6.0.5, SIO untested ... not tested for the packages really neccessary to run the program

AspeQt 0.8.3 debian 6 x86_64.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.3 for Linux 64 Bit ... built with debian 6 64 Bit, SIO untested yet

AspeQt 0.8.3 debian 7 x86_64.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.3 for Linux 64 Bit ... built with debian 7 Testing 64 Bit, SIO tested (works with Fedora 17 64 Bit)

AspeQt 0.8.3 Ubuntu 10.10 x86.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.3 for Linux ... built with Ubuntu 10.10, SIO tested (works in Ubuntu 10.10 and Fedora 17 32 Bit) ... not tested for the packages really neccessary to run the program

AspeQt 0.8.3 Ubuntu 10.10 Intel Atom.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.3 for Linux ... built with Ubuntu 10.10 using an Intel Atom 32 Bit, SIO untested (yet) ... not tested for the packages really neccessary to run the program

AspeQt 0.8.3 Ubuntu 10.10 i486.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.3 for Linux ... built with Ubuntu 10.10 and -march=i486 -mtune=i486 compiler arguments, SIO untested ... not tested for the packages really neccessary to run the program, not tested if the program runs on actual 486 or 586 hardware

aspeqt 0.8.1 Mac OS X Lion.zip AspeQt 0.8.1 for Mac OS X ... built with Mac OS X Lion, SIO untested

AspeQt 0.8.2 wineskin.zip AspeQt 0.8.2 for Windows wrapped into Wineskin for Mac OS X ... SIO untested

AspeQt 0.8.2 Ubuntu 12.04 x86.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.2 for Linux ... built with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, SIO tested ... not tested for the packages really neccessary to run the program

AspeQt 0.8.2 debian 6.0.5 x86.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.2 for Linux ... built with debian 6.0.5, SIO tested (works in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS)

AspeQt 0.8.2 debian 7 x86_64.tar.gz AspeQt 0.8.2 for Linux 64 Bit ... built with debian 7 Testing 64 Bit, SIO not tested