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Seen it as a product? It's one thing to demonstrate a proof-of-concept prototype, it's quite another to have it as an actual working selling product. Which RISC OS 6 hasn't managed yet, has it?

And the Dual Head A9Home was running with /parts/ of RISC OS 6. The parts that actually worked. Closer examination of the construction of its ROM image was quite revealing.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 22/5/09 3:56PM
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