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I Think that the licence did not include a version number of the Os. So the simple fact that castle 'developed' RO5 doesnt give you a complete new Os.And thus it is under the lincence of ROL. So they have broken their licence. Thats what the whole legal dispute is all about. Castle is trying to cover it up by saying that ROl is out of order by licencing risc os on 'hybrid' computers. As i see it castle is in for a (legal)rough ride.....

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