Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 17th Oct 2011 20:59 UTC, submitted by Ola Jensen
Amiga & AROS Version 1.3.2 of the Icaros Desktop is now available. Icaros Desktop is one of the prime AROS distributions, ready to be used on your desktop today - no fancy PowerPC hardware required (like with AmigaOS or MorphOS). If I can get this running, it might be about time we took a closer look at this, don't you think? Thoughts?
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RE[2]: Go for it
by djohnston on Wed 19th Oct 2011 21:38 UTC in reply to "RE: Go for it"
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Thanks for your kind comments, DeadFishMan. Apart from using a C=64 and Amigas at home and UNIX at work, I didn't have any exposure to the "alternate" OSes until I began frequenting OSNews. It was here I first learned about them, back when Eugenia was on the staff. I believe that AtheOS and Bluebottle were the first ones I looked at. Anyway, that search finally led me to Linux, which allowed me to completely do away with MS-DOS/Windows at home. So, I'm very grateful to OSNews for that.

My loyalty lies with PCLinuxOS and their magazine. I've done other articles there on ReactOS, Syllable, Haiku, Menuet, etc. I'm sure that OSNews is free to link to the articles. I can check on whether or not they can be republished here, but I believe they can. However, I haven't heard a peep out of Thom.

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