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: Just ask Amiga Inc.
by trezzer on Thu 20th Jul 2006 11:39 UTC in reply to "Just ask Amiga Inc."
trezzer
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Personally I have no problem reaching Amiga Inc.

I know others who have actual business with them also have had no trouble contacting them. I do, however, also know that there are some people they don't respond to, and if your writing in this thread is anything to go by, I'm not surprised if they haven't responded to you, really.

But yes, they don't exactly seem to spend a great deal of energy on their single important asset besides the name: the Amiga operating system.

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