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I disagree. If I had the choice between a version of RISC OS, that ran on standard PC hardware (through a combination of Linux-kernel-as-HAL, emulation and native binary execution), and a full Linux distribution that only looks like RISC OS and may run a few RISC OS applications that have been converted to it, I would choose the former. If I wanted a full Linux distribution, I would go with a standard Kubuntu.

 is a RISC OS UserJGZimmerle on 31/03/06 1:57PM
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