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In Reply to Simo

So you want RISCOS for free but are prepared to pay for a MiniMac and then put Linux on it?

Why, the mac comes with an excellent OS.

Castle should be congratulated for try some thing new and Shared sourcing the code. This way hopefully both RISCOS camps win as ROL can take bits of the Castle developments and utilise them and Castle get more commercial work outside of our small market.

 is a RISC OS Userbluenose on 14/1/07 1:03PM
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