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bluenose: "Still we can dream of another white knight riding in to produce ARM hardware"

There's a ton of ARM hardware being produced right now - the only thing in the way is RISC OS and its portability, although I note that someone has tried to do something about that. Shame the RISC OS "Open" licensing doesn't really help in the matter.

Of course, all this new hardware runs Linux well enough...

 is a RISC OS Userguestx on 28/9/08 12:12AM
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