Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 29th Dec 2003 17:44 UTC
Morphos reports that bplan GmbH announced, the version of the Open Firmware shipped with the Pegasos II is faulty: after changes made by "setenv" the system does not boot anymore. There is also a small fix for a broken MorphOS 1.4 install script.
Permalink for comment
To read all comments associated with this story, please click here.
Pegasos and AmigaONE..
by Fed on Tue 30th Dec 2003 02:13 UTC

For god sakes people. Pegasos and AmigaONE, MorphOS and AmigaOS 4 are 2 completely different things. Both share compatability of 680x0 AmigaOS applications, but other than that, they arae 2 diffent things.

The way everyone compares them like they are making the choice of an AMD or Intel processor on the x86 side is false. MorphOS and Pegasos is a completely new platform that will eventually making either greater leaps away from the AmigaOS. Its compatability with the old Amigas is just to try and gain some customers. AmigaOS and AmigaONE is the continuation of the cvore AmigaOS and are aimerd towards the old uesers, or towards peoople looking for a lean OS.

They are kinda like Windows and Linux. Windows runs its applications. Linux runs its won applications and some windows ones wtih extra software. But that compatability isnt the sole reason to purchase the system. If someone had the money, it would be best to own both systems, since they are 2 different things, both with weakness and strengths.