Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 27th Dec 2012 12:06 UTC
Morphos "So the status now is that the G5 boots to MorphOS and seems to run stable, however only USB and the on-board IDE interfaces are support by MorphOS drivers right now. The next things I will focus on is getting the on-board NIC and fan control working. Hopefully neither of those two will be particularly difficult, so that will likely be done some time this week." MorphOS keeps getting wider hardware support, which is good. Often, it is EOL hardware, which is bad.
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Often?
by ferrels on Sat 29th Dec 2012 00:05 UTC
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2006-08-15

Please replace the word "Often" in the last sentence with "Always."

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RE: Often?
by Andre Siegel on Sat 29th Dec 2012 09:53 UTC in reply to "Often?"
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2005-08-12

Actually, MorphOS is being ported to Acube's SAM mainboard.

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RE[2]: Often?
by ferrels on Sat 29th Dec 2012 15:32 UTC in reply to "RE: Often?"
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2006-08-15

Yes, and it's another EOL product using a PPC processor.

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Old World
by henderson101 on Mon 31st Dec 2012 10:09 UTC
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2006-05-30

I'm guessing MorphOS desn't support Old World Mac hardware? I have a beige G3 desktop in my loft space that is hanging around, waiting for some practical use. I hate throwing out potentially good hardware.

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