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Announcement   Announcement : MorphOS 2.3 is released!
   posted by $adddam on 6-Aug-2009 13:54:44 (14656 reads)
The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the public release of MorphOS 2.3, a free update for users of MorphOS 2.2, 2.1 and 2.0. In addition to numerous bug fixes, MorphOS 2.3 includes additional optimizations and new features such as configuration options for the MorphOS display engine, useful utilities for the screen bar and read-only support for HFS+ formatted volumes. For an overview of the included changes, please read our release notes.

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A description of the hardware requirements and installation procedures can be found here. MorphOS 2.3 is available for download in our files section.
    

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Re: MorphOS 2.3 is released!
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@pavlor

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I would like to have OS that supoorts partitions larger than 128 GB...


MorphOS can use partitions bigger than 128GB. You can read and write ext2 or fat32 partitions without corrupting the filesystem, try that with other OSes...


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Re: MorphOS 2.3 is released!
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@crumb:
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MorphOS can use partitions bigger than 128GB. You can read and write ext2 or fat32 partitions without corrupting the filesystem, try that with other OSes...

Care to elaborate? I didn't quite understood...


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Re: MorphOS 2.3 is released!
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I don't see anything in your links about *performance* or *external fragmentation* of TFLS vs Slab. It is unsurprising to see that Slab uses more memory than TFLS, since that is how it is designed (and why it should have lower external fragmentation).


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Re: MorphOS 2.3 is released!
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@ChrisH

The only one I found gathers results in a way too much downscaled 3D graph, which makes it unreadable. The linked book would certainly give exhaustive comparisons, but it's not freely accessible, unfortunately.

So, the only way to prove it is to write a benchmark, it seems. :)

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