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In reply to flibble:

Yep, I use an Iyonix and VARPC and I think both are great (although it'd be nice of some of the more obvious VARPC issues got fixed, see Peter Naulls' blog for more info) - I much prefer taking a VARPC laptop to a show or talk than an Iyonix for obvious ergonomic reasons!

Back on topic, I personally wouldn't want to see any terms in the license which stopped people from using the shared source software on either of those platforms.

 is a RISC OS User7thsoftware on 28/11/06 3:18PM
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