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> The most interesting thing at the show was an Iyonix on the RISC OS Open stand running a ROM built from the RISC OS 5 shared sources - proving that a free downloadable RISC OS 5 ROM image is now viable.

One thing it is worth noting though there are components for which the source is not yet available (such as FPEmulator and Squash) and you have to use binary blobs to make a working image.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 7/12/08 10:40PM
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