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On PC card software released under GPL:

Ooh, that's interesting.

Is the Elvis card the one like I've got on eBay (oh yes, subtle...) , item 8230031632 that no-one's bid on yet, or is the Elvis specifically the other podule type that has the 486SLC, IDE and a SIMM socket?

 is a RISC OS Userwm on 3/11/05 2:08PM
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On Unique StrongARM NC in auction:

The 'PC ARM Application card' (which I believe to be the Springboard hardware) is indeed an ARM1 (VL2333-QC). And the Springboard manual does list the entire ARM instruction set, which as you say, has no MUL).

 is a RISC OS Userwm on 29/10/05 2:53PM
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