RiscStation Select completedBy Chris Williams. Published: 7th Oct 2002, 12:25:34 | Permalink | Printable
Roll on RISC OS 4.32As first reported on fellow RISC OS portal mylinux, drobe.co.uk has some good news for RiscStation computer users, unless of course you happen to be waiting on their mysterious portable. Up and till now, RiscStation users have been unable to softload the latest desktop versions of RISC OS, released via the Select scheme. However, as declared on the Select website, RiscStation users will be able to use the next release of RISC OS, namely 4.32.
"The RiscStation R7500 is now fully supported by Select. The forthcoming RISC OS 4.32 Release of Select will for the first time support all three current RISC OS platforms", enthuses the Select news column. The next release of Select is expected this month, more details on this can be found in our previous article from last month.
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