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Announcement   Announcement : ART Episode 28 - Mighty Morphin' OS
   posted by MobbyG on 24-Aug-2008 3:00:28 (4033 reads)
Hosts: Rich Lawrence, Sean Fitzgerald, Bill Panagolueas, Mike Blackburn, Eddie Cejvan

An entire episode Dedicated to Morph OS 2.0 and Amiga OS 4.1!
Plus a few little things here and there. And remeber to let us know what you think about the episodes. Your feedback helps us to make the show better.

'nuff said...





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Re: ART Episode 28 - Mighty Morphin' OS
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Re: ART Episode 28 - Mighty Morphin' OS
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Nice talking in this episode.

I have to comment two things about this episode.

Both MOS and AOS 4 run at discontinued hardware. Also, they run in different hardware, so I don't believe that these are not against each other.

I have a mAmigaOne and a Peg 2, and also I'm using both AOS4.0 and MOS 2. I can see the adnantages and disadvantages of both OSes. I believe that the MOS 2 was released in a harry, because it has a lot of problems.

I can make whole pages describing both OSes, but I believe that is silly to say that OS4 tries to gain buyers against MOS, or vice versa.

Keep up the good ork guys. It is always fun to listen those podcasts


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Re: ART Episode 28 - Mighty Morphin' OS
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I love ART! I hope you can keep doing new episodes!

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Re: ART Episode 28 - Mighty Morphin' OS
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Efikas are still readily available. If your point was that there is no continued production then that is fair enough. As far as hardware supported by MorphOS is concerned, the emphasis is now on future models.

However, these are most certainly for sale -


http://ausppc.blogspot.com

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Another great show!



Both MorphOS 2.0 & Amiga OS 4.1 are great operating systems, AROS is awesome too. Better to run these OSes instead of just Windows.The future is about platform diversity, open standards and connected web apps.


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I’m not sure I want to buy an Efika. I’d like Morphos 2 to run on a PPC Mac Mini, which can be picked up from eBay for ~A$400.00

Same goes for OS 4.1

Until then, I might give AROS a go.

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That's true - and there have been numerous hints about MorphOS on PPC mac hardware. But if you want to use it right now then get an Efika while they're still available.


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