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yoodoo2 
Re: Amiga 1222
Posted on 7-May-2021 9:19:09
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All of this gov money for RPi goes into the NCCE, which is entirely focused on educational purposes, training and upskilling Computer Science teachers (like me), providing resources for students and staff and conducting pedagogical research.

Very little (if any) goes into the hw/sw development for RPi itself, which had already proven itself extremely capable of success before the British Gov got involved. RPi was awarded the NCCE funds with a group of partners because of their previous success and existing educational activities.

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Re: Amiga 1222
Posted on 7-May-2021 10:26:24
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@ppcamiga1

my last "classic system" was A4000 with graphic card and 68EC030 (that is without MMU). Nobody at that time asked for it, at least not as a user. All OS that run on Vampire are amiga based, there is no memory protection anywhere. That makes them more easy to kill of course but as long you are not a developer needing MMU for debugging I wonder why you need MMU that urgently. Any change (patch, fix and so on) lowers compatibility so I wonder how adding components like enforcer affect that. There will be no (or at least not much) new software written (except games) and much of the old software is lost (expecially most of the commercial applications). We have to live with existing software base. Of course you could do a lot of changes to the system to modernize it but that would mean a lot of software no longer works. And then I would ask you why you use Vampire at all and not AOS4 or MorphOS or something from real world.

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ppcamiga1 
Re: Amiga 1222
Posted on 7-May-2021 13:59:53
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@OlafS25

It was 30 years ago. We all were younger, and have more time. It is past.
It is wrong to say use our hardware as it is or get lost.
Natami/Apollo/Vamprie team should just fixed this.
It is easy to do in FPGA.
Choose one location to manage zero page protection.
Write one value will made zero page read only.
After that any write to zero page will trigger irq.
Write other value will made zero page read write.
Easy, simple, just do it.




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OlafS25 
Re: Amiga 1222
Posted on 7-May-2021 14:04:15
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@ppcamiga1

ask it

I cannot judge if it has any side effects but it should be no problem

patch should be possible to integrate in apolloos

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Re: Amiga 1222
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@OlafS25

Quote:
at least not as a user.


Don’t users like to have software they can trust, that works?
developers are dependent on bug reports, and beta testers to find all bugs, they can’t find all the tiny mistakes, always. The only thing developers can do, is minimize the risk of bugs in code, by structuring the code well.

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kolla 
Re: Amiga 1222
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@OlafS25

Poor you… that was a Cost Reduced A4000 primarily targeting “the embedded” market, SCALA customers etc.

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Re: Amiga 1222
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@yoodoo2

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yoodoo2 wrote:
All of this gov money for RPi goes into the NCCE, which is entirely focused on educational purposes, training and upskilling Computer Science teachers (like me), providing resources for students and staff and conducting pedagogical research.

Very little (if any) goes into the hw/sw development for RPi itself, which had already proven itself extremely capable of success before the British Gov got involved. RPi was awarded the NCCE funds with a group of partners because of their previous success and existing educational activities.


https://www.computerworld.com/article/3435277/how-the-raspberry-pi-foundation-is-supporting-education-in-the-uk.html
Along with the British Computing Society and STEM Learning Council, the foundation has obtained the £84 million from the UK government.

The plan for the funding was to support educators in primary and secondary schools deliver education in computer science by providing hardware, training, certifications, and a myriad of resources.



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https://techcrunch.com/2013/01/29/google-giving-grant-worth-525000-to-fund-free-raspberry-pi-for-15000-u-k-schoolkids/
Google Giving Grant Worth $1M To Fund Free Raspberry Pi For 15,000 U.K. Schoolkids.



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