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Me too.

But there are several ways it can be avoided.

1. sell the machine as is and have RISC OS 5 as a supported OS, with an easy installer.

2. It looks like a thin client hardware to me, I wonder how close to the RISC OS definition it is.

3. Perhaps ROL could provide (for a per unit fee) some of its commponents and along with that an agreement that all units sold with it are not in dispute.

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 2/9/09 10:04AM
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