Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th Jul 2006 22:51 UTC, submitted by Raffaele
Amiga & AROS "In a previous item, we described how the AmigaOS4.0 memory system works in terms of managing memory allocations from the top. However, there is more to allocating memory than that. The object caches of course work on memory that has already been mapped into the virtual memory space. But both the virtual address ranges, as well as the physical memory has to come from a source, too."
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RE: Re: great OS without hardware
by ScannerAssy on Wed 19th Jul 2006 19:07 UTC in reply to "Re: great OS without hardware"
ScannerAssy
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2006-07-19

well, you have some valids arguments, 've not said it's easy to do. OS4 certainly have some great value for people like you, but I prefer to support an OS I can try like Haiku.

btw, OS4 is targeting desktop computing, I don't think it is well suited for embedded systems.

Regards,
SA

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