[A89] Re: DoorsOs & New TI-89 OS - appsub assembly-89 christian.gegourel
[A89] Re: DoorsOs & New TI-89 OS - appsub assembly-89 email@example.com 3E0B87D1:A65.1:nffrzoyl
> No. DoorsOS hasn'r been updated in a _long_ time. You will probably
> more luck running those programs in KernO or Universal OS, or you could
> try to find non-kernel equivalents (so called "NoStub" programs).
Preferably Universal OS, since Kerno does not support DoorsOS type
programs. But the NoStub programs would be good as well.
> It is possible to install an older version of the AMS, yes. The easy
> is to simply ask TI for an older version - even if they don't have them
> for download on the web site, I understand they do provide them via
> if you ask for them.
Before you do this, make sure you are able to receive large e-mail
attachments. The AMS is over a meg in size. In my opinion, however, it
isn't worth it to downgrade to an earlier OS. Finding a more current
version of the desired program would be better, and less time consuming.
>> Remark : I have still TI-89 ROM's dump before and after new install.
>> Virtual TI V5.B5 operate in the same manner as TI-89 itself with new
>It has been a while, but this ROM dump might be useable for flashing. I
>have never tried anything other than upgrading my 92+ to the latest AMS,
>so don't take my word on this. :)
Since the VTI is just a copy of the calc, it should be able to send a
software update. Just treat it like one would normally do so during an
update. I myself have never tried, so I can't promise it will work. But
if anything messes up, just reinstall 2.05 and look for other programs.
Or find someone who has a later version on their calc.
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