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I know too many of those people........I must be old.

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LOL @ Joe Pillow. I wonder if they'd be able to get that past the TSA these days.

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hyperion you're too cool, oh my blob i can't belieive os4 is so niiice



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I'll have some of what you've just had...

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I'll pass if it makes me look like a blubbering idiot.

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Debian Linux for AmigaOne X1000

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@number6

Downloaded my X1000 Debian Squeeze Linux PPC kernel and installation guide from the Hyperion download area on their website. I hope to find some time tomorrow, Sunday, to install it and try Debian Squeeze on my X1000 to see how well it runs and what software is available for it to run. I guess I should download the Debian install DVD .iso file and either burn it to a DVD, or transfer it to my X1000 and mount it. I am sure it is going to be needed during the installation process. Either that, or the several Debian CD images.

I will start a thread and give my impressions of how Debian Squeeze Linux runs on the X1000 some time over the next few days, or a week from now, after I have had time to use it long enough to get a very good idea on how it runs. I am not very experienced in running Linux, though I have used Ubuntu PPC before. I could perhaps compare Debian Squeeze on the X1000 against Ubuntu PPC on my dual 1.42GHz G4 PowerMac MDD, or my dual 2.7GHz G5 PowerMac, but I would imagine that it should run somewhere between those two systems if benchmarks are compared.

If the dual 1.8GHz PA6T comes close, or beats the benchmarks of the dual 2.7GHz G5 PowerMac in any areas, it will be pretty impressive, as that G5 PowerMac is one seriously fast PPC system. Maybe the memory reading & writing benchmarks of the X1000 will beat the G5 PowerMac, since it is a much newer memory controller design and it has already shown that it can post some fantastically fast memory read/write speeds?

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I have installed it .It runs really good on my X1000.

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@amigadve, tommysammy and all with x1000 + linux on it

Can you make the same kind of tests (blender, mplayer, lame, etc) on the debian now, so we can compare for first differences in speed beetwen linux and amigaos, and we can compare differences beetwen linux / amigaos on the x1000 and powermacs (so, we can avoid any "amigaos is beta" and will see the real speed of x1000 ).

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anyway, to avoid unnecessary (and boring) controversy, if I were you I would only do benchmarks with:

- PowerMacs G4 and G5
- using the same Linux distro
- using the exact same version of testing software (be it Lame or Blender or whatever...)

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AmigaOne X1000 AmigaOS Update

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Introducing the AmigaOS Documentation Wiki

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Very nice I suppose that bloggers from os4coding.net might be interested by the new wiki.
Thanks
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I suppose that bloggers from os4coding.net might be interested by the new wiki.

They are, and most of them are already members of the wiki editors team.

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Nice to read, how about a Paypal donation button in there?

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AmigaOS 4.1 Update 5 Released

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