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I thought ROL did not use a HAL for their versions of RISC OS, like Castle did for RO5/Iyonix.

Don't they still have to make their OS work directly with the hardware, like before the Iyonix came out.

Isn't this why they do not have an OS version that will work on current and all the older computer models?

 is a RISC OS Userajb on 14/5/09 6:23PM
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