Iyonix USB beta tweak releaseBy Chris Williams. Published: 1st Mar 2005, 16:09:12 | Permalink | Printable
Minor updates to test driveCastle have recently sneaked out a few mildly updated RISC OS 5 components for Iyonix users to beta test. The updates include tweaks to USB support software to clear up problems with a keyboard and mass storage support has also been fiddled with to accept more USB based drives.
In addition, punters can test drive two Timekeeper modules, which keep an Iyonix computer's clock in step with accurate Internet based time sources.
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