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Giving each process its own copy of RISC OS; I've suggested this before. It's likely to work, but it has its own problems. (Working out shared memory, module sharing, etc etct)

Using a module to provide access to additional CPUs: This has already been done with the Simtec Hydra and the threading module it came with. Nobody seemed interested.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 25/5/09 9:50AM
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