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I hope you are kidding. Such a prospect would cost a fortune, and tying future RISC OS machines to yet more obscure hardware would be a disaster. And in any case, we already have an excellent faster processor for running RISC OS on - the IOP321. Found, oddly enough, in the Iyonix. We really don't need to perpetuate the 26-bit support.

-- Peter, drobe.co.uk

 is a RISC OS Usermrchocky on 25/6/03 6:32AM
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