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Tony Still: I do not think there are any OS implications, so I do not think ROL or Castle would need to get involved. If Chris' comment about RISC OS having problems with realtime data streams due to the way multitasking works was correct, then it would be unlikely that this could be changed anyway. Fortunately, I do not think that it is true. For instance, ShareFS happily serves clients in the background even while programs single-task.

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