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OlafS25 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 16-Nov-2020 18:44:54
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@bison

In my view best supporting virtual environments and hosted versions would have been best chance for Aros (or general exotic operating systems) because it is difficult to support the countless different hardware options. That is valid for X86/AMD64. On ARM there would be RPi as a nice and relative stable and well documented hardware.

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Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 16-Nov-2020 20:46:54
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I can't see any reason why it wouldn't work, as the current PPC version already runs in QEMU. The issue is that you probably won't be able register it, because registration keys are tied to the hardware. This is what I meant by lack of official support. Unless they do away for the current registration scheme, you will be limited to 30 minute sessions in the VM.

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OneTimer1 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 16-Nov-2020 22:15:29
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@retro

Yes, the Mophos Team is relative silent and doesn't post release dates.

But there are some videos online showing early demo last year (18.10.2019):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAUZivdbn-Q

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Re: Morphos x64
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@kolla

Quote:

kolla wrote:
It shouldn’t be rocket science to port the linux kernel to run ontop of Quark ...


AFAIK there will be a new kernel and I don't believe if it is based on Quark:

Quote:

This is based on a new kernel written by Mark Olsen, which is running on the presented system completely AMD64-nativ in 64-Bit mode, but also on PPC32 and PPC64 processors.

Source: http://www.amiga-news.de/en/news/AN-2019-10-00028-EN.html


IMR the Quark kernel was hidden deeply somewhere under the ABox that should only have been a sandbox interface for backward compatibility ... but that's history.

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OneTimer1 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 16-Nov-2020 23:01:35
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@sTix

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Anyone knows the origins of Quark? Is it based on something proven like L4*?


No, I don't know. But I can use Google:
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The Quark microkernel borrows concepts from the L4 microkernel family but is not an L4 implementation itself. For example the clan (group of tasks), ID concept and recursive address mapping comes from L4. Quark also has an asynchronous/synchronous message interface similar to Amiga's Exec kernel but adapted to the memory protected environment.


For the name I can only guess:
What's smaller than an atom? A quark

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sTix 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 17-Nov-2020 11:30:58
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@OneTimer1

Thanks, I assumed this to be ungoogleable (probably not a valid word, but you get what I mean), my bad.

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bison 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 17-Nov-2020 17:26:51
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@sTix

It seems that unGoogleable is a word.

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sTix 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 17-Nov-2020 19:18:22
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@bison

Nice. It's a high quality word. Now that it's mainstream, I think I'll start using unaltavistable instead. Or perhaps unwebcrawlable. They are both ungoogleable.

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Hypex 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 18-Nov-2020 15:34:10
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@sTix

What about unbingable? Or unyahooable? Unstartpageable.

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bison 
Re: Morphos x64
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What about unbingable? Or unyahooable? Unstartpageable.

Or unduckable.

DuckDuckGo is an unfortunate name on more than one level. It's still my favorite search engine, even though they have trouble actually finding anything.

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sTix 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 18-Nov-2020 20:48:05
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Unstartpageable is brilliant. It's not even worth looking for it, you won't be able to see it anyway, even if you find it (which you won't of course). In way it reminds me of the expression 'you're not even wrong'.

Sorry for derailing the thread. Let's hope MorphOS x64 isn't to far away. And that they find a good balance between clean cuts and something that attracts the retro minded.

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sTix 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 18-Nov-2020 20:57:06
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@bison

It's a bit surprising that there's no positive (non-negated) word using 404 for this. I can't find any at least (but then again, it's ungoogleable). I have no clue how that would look though, that's something you native speakers need to figure out

Maybe something with an Amiga twist would work as well, Taboric? Is that a word?

Edit - Oh, taboric really is a word. I guess it could be used to refer to something that cannot be found

Last edited by sTix on 18-Nov-2020 at 09:02 PM.

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Hypex 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 19-Nov-2020 15:45:29
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@sTix

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Unstartpageable is brilliant. It's not even worth looking for it, you won't be able to see it anyway, even if you find it (which you won't of course). In way it reminds me of the expression 'you're not even wrong'.


I tend to use it. Just as a default. Then I don't get the results I stalk it up to Google. And get annoyed because Google doesn't open a new tab like Startpage does. It's the little things.

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Edit - Oh, taboric really is a word. I guess it could be used to refer to something that cannot be found


Ha. Just go towards the light. And find the golden treasure of Tabor.

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retro 
Re: Morphos x64
Posted on 19-Nov-2020 20:06:02
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I Hope IT Will be a furture proof concept and not a retro projekt

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