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When Virtual A5000 was launched, VA claimed to have permission from Pace but ROL made lots of noise about it being unlicensed. Then ROL permitted VRPC. Now Pace's successor are claiming that VRPC is unlicensed and ROL are saying it's fine. So it's gone through almost 180 degrees.

OK, so Castle care more about RO than Pace but it's odd that ROL originally claimed VirtualAcorn was unlicensed and now are saying the exact opposite.

 is a RISC OS Usercaliston2 on 6/7/04 6:35PM
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