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This is one of the problems with emulation.

People forget that the package actually includes an Operating System which needs to be paid for on a per machine basis.

RISC OS isn't yet a free Operating System.

I suppose the confusion comes from the fact you can (illegally of course!) buy a windows OS CD, for instance, and use it accross multiple machines (real or virtual).

 is a RISC OS Userepistaxsis on 21/4/08 11:35AM
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