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I still fail to see any weight in what comments like nijinsky's hold. You buy a WindowsXP licence for every PC, a MacOS licence for every Mac (although it may seem to be pre-loaded, you're still paying for it). Why would RISC OS be any different? It has never been a free OS. You might as well ask MS or Apple for their OS to do the same (ie. run from a pen drive without activation)!

 is a RISC OS Userarawnsley on 21/4/08 10:32AM
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