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wawa 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 11:00:07
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@vox

Quote:
AmigaOS 3.x is dead.

There is a stright followup underway. Namely aros 68k. So it isnt dead at all.

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Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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@All

I'm sorry to everyone, for rousing the morph-trolls. seems that all my comment did.

(brings memories of coming across smelly zork trolls)

be warned before u revile me, as it will just show ur troliness for what it is.
hmm morphos is useable?
and remember...

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Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 11:18:48
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Well, on the 5121e, there's simply too many peripherals at too high speed for it to be possible to snoop and execute at the same time with a 400MHz cache. I don't use USB2 or SATA in our industrial application, so it hasn't been an issue.

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pavlor 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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@wawa

Quote:
There is a stright followup underway.


Not based on AmigaOS source code.

Quote:
Namely aros 68k.


AROS is NOT AmigaOS.

Quote:
So it isnt dead at all.


AmigaOS 3 is dead, long live AROS 68k!

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OlafS25 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 12:17:58
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@pavlor

it is very living

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Mikey_C 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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I shake my head when people claim anything other than AmigaOS.x is AmigaOS - It isn't, but if it makes them happy, then I am pleased for them. However, to me its like claiming Pepsi Cola is the same as Coca-Cola. It isn't, but if people prefer Pepsi to coke, its their choice and its fine with me.


Now having said that, I would like to get this thread back on track, WHERE IS THE GODDAM NETBOOK HYPERION???

(There I feel better now!)

Last edited by Mikey_C on 05-Aug-2012 at 12:38 PM.

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OlafS25 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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@Mikey_C

When you feel better now...

@thread

When it is done in just two more weeks

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sicky 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 12:52:12
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@Mikey_C

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I shake my head when people claim anything other than AmigaOS.x is AmigaOS - It isn't, but if it makes them happy, then I am pleased for them.


I totally (pun) agree with you, Amiga OS4 is the only real Amiga OS (ducks for cover), others are okay but they just aint the real thing no matter what! A bit like a young lad seeing a red sports car and saying to his dad "oh look a Ferrari" and his day saying "It's not a Ferrari son, it's a kit car that looks like one!"

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OlafS25 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 12:59:31
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@sicky

We do not want to start this silly discussion about "who is right" again. I could say then 2-3 things too but it would lead to nothing. Everybody can keep its beliefs.

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sicky 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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@OlafS25

But we are talking about a netbook/laptop that's for OS4 only so don't know why all others even interested?

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OlafS25 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 13:14:15
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@sicky

I am not sure if I understand you right. I only said that this "AmigaOS is the only and true amiga successor (or Amiga at all) because it is based on 68k code" and similar lead to nothing because others have different opinions and discussions only lead to negativity...

Why should others not be interested in a Netbook? Me propably not but there are a lot of people using more than one OS. If the bundle (including the price and the hardware) is ok...

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Mikey_C 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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I also use windows, I can run that on a lot of hardware.

Hmm, this is beside the point, where was we?

Where is the Netbook which runs AmigaOS4???

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OlafS25 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 13:20:43
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@Mikey_C

In the home of one (or both) Frieden brothers I assume

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Shufflepuck 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 13:26:18
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@Mikey_C

I'd like to know it as well. Can someone who is registered there ask this question on the General AmigaOS or Off Topic forum at the Hyperion Entertainment Message Boards?

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vox 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 13:27:29
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@wawa

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There is a stright followup underway. Namely aros 68k. So it isnt dead at all.


As AmigaOS 3.x is. AROS is completely different story, and 68k port is just the latest incarnation. From OS 3.x code successors are OS 4.x as direct port. AROS and MorphOS as rework

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Mikey_C 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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@Shufflepuck

No point, believe you me, I have tried.

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Shufflepuck 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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@Mikey_C

Thanks for trying

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sicky 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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@OlafS25

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In the home of one (or both) Frieden brothers I assume


Oh let's hope so

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OlafS25 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
Posted on 5-Aug-2012 13:35:42
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@vox

Really we should not continue with that... I am the maintainer of a Aros 68k based distribution (working on a update at the moment ) and very involved in the whole project so I could say a lot of things now. But it really leads to nothing. So please stop at that point.

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OlafS25 
Re: OS4 Netbook in 2012?
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@sicky

It must

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