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I suspect the days of pre-built computers and OSes being sold as complete packages as in the days of Acorn or Castle are now long gone, and we'll have to get used to the idea of being hobbyists. We perhaps should have got the hint with the A9 Home and its OS. That said, I'd hope the open nature of ROOL's offering would mean driver development will be more visible than it was on the A9.

 is a RISC OS Userninja on 28/7/09 10:43AM
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