Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 5th Aug 2007 11:33 UTC, submitted by Meng
Amiga & AROS "Minimig [homepage] stands for Mini Amiga. Minimig is an FPGA-based re-implementation of the original Amiga 500 hardware. In it's current form, Minimig is a single PCB measuring only 12*12cm which makes it the smallest 'Amiga' ever made and the first new 'Amiga' in almost 14 years! Minimig is available for download as an open-source/open-hardware design under the GNU public license. This page describes the architecture and the inner working of the Minimig. All design files can be downloaded from the download section."
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RE[5]: So close!
by Pixie on Tue 7th Aug 2007 12:46 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: So close!"
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Copyright violation as where one uses what one had payed for?

It's digital, I do have the right to backup. MY Original vanilla 1200 got broken, though sh*t, well perhaps not because I can just use the backup rom and revive it in another shell.

I know, it would probably be a lot cooler for the corporation just having me buying another computer from them, but hey Commodore just went bust, news flash! There's no news A1200s...

Copywrite violation == illegal.

Which Copywrite violation would that be btw?

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