Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 26th Mar 2009 23:34 UTC
Amiga & AROS Despite the recent emergence of several new ways to actually run AmigaOS 4.0, the supply of machines is still extremely small, and not very future proof. As such, one of the most recurring questions within the Amiga community is why don't they port the darn thing to x86?
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The Clone-AA project seems to have been used to produce the Indivision AGA scandoubler as it seems to replace the functions of one of the AGA chips with a separate board. (Correct me if I'm wrong.)

Since the Clone-A project aims/aimed at replacing all of the original Amiga chips by reverse engineering on a hardware level, no doubt that knowledge was used to create the Indivision AGA. Note however that the Indivision AGA, as far as I can see from the website, is used not to replace the AGA chip, but to snoop the AGA on a hardware level, and output the signal flicker free to a modern monitor.


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