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Yes, but the point is to be clear what the question is that is being asked, even if it's for fun. The question of what hardware you'd like to use versus what you really do use is quite different. If it isn't clear, then it can't have the usefulness you ask for. As for "RiscOS", that refers to something is quite distinct from the OS originally developed by Acorn.

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