Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 10th Oct 2003 03:55 UTC, submitted by Kermit Woodall
Morphos This page is dedicated to providing information on running Linux on the Pegasos. ISO images included. We would love to see a better Yellow Dog Linux support and also Darwin on Pegasos.
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Sure, Linux, or BSD, or Darwin is -at this time- a lot more advanced than the alpha (quiet stable for an alpha OS without memory protection...) MorphOS...

But why AGAIN and AGAIN going the easy way and building a "new" OS over an unix kernel (Darwin may be different than Unix, Linux or BSD, it is still based on UNIX) ?!

I'm happy they have chosen to develop and support MorphOS.
I like MorphOS because it is light, powerfull, fast, EASY, logic, simple... in a word: it isn't UNIX.

I think MorphOS has its place. People start to use Linux in embedded such as cellphones,... because there is nothing else than WinCE and Linux. MorphOS, just like AmigaOS,can be used easier and with less ressources than *any* current available OS. And seeing that almost every "new" OS is based on the same old technology called Unix (in opposition to Multics), it will remain the only one for a long long time...

Now, if you don't like Windows, you will have the CHOICE to use something else than Unix: MorphOS !

Regards,
Leo.