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Yes, but he does seem to have done good Linux-related work, and whilst it is inaccurate to claim that RISC OS doesn't have memory protection (and I don't quite understand what the accessing registers has to do with that either), the fact is that most versions of RISC OS lack memory protection in certain important respects.

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