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What sort of OS is this board going to have on it? It can't be full RISC OS as it has no means to drive the host machine over the Tube (unless some really old legacy stuffs been left hidden in the 26bit variant since pre-ArthurOS). I suspect its going to be a small boot loader and Tube API, but then BASIC is mentioned, so possibly just enough SWIs have been emulated to allow VDU input and output using the Beeb.

 is a RISC OS Userdruck on 21/10/05 2:14PM
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