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From what I notice of the Simtec board... looks very much like what Risc Station had as there Evolution(now pci project)... which appears to have completely drifted off into the abyss (site says last update was 02') And anyone who fails to notice the similarity between a RS7500 Motherboard and a Cirrus 7500FE Evaluation Board, needs there eyes tested.

The probability that RISC OS would work on the board from Simtec... very likely, but there's almost certantly a contract between Simtec and RiscStation that would stop Simtec from releasing the board as a RISC OS desktop machine.

If anyone does know (since it completely missed me) Why is RiscStation looking like a ghost ship?

 is a RISC OS UserNoMercy on 13/2/04 9:25AM
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