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> units all be the full version of RO5 as found in the Iyonix? No. The core stuff would undoubtedly be largely unmodified and most RO5 apps could presumably be used with little or no modification. Since the I/O capabilities would differ from those of the Iyonix, different driver modules would be present and those which aren't required would be omitted, just as they are in the Iyonix RO5 which has no PS2Keyboard, Econet, MIDI or Joystick modules, for example.

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