Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 29th Dec 2003 17:44 UTC
Morphos Amiga.org 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.
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Re: Cowardly,
by unit on Wed 31st Dec 2003 10:03 UTC

First, apologies for the typos and grammatical errors of my previous post, not the sentiment.

@Cowardly. I don't entirely disagree with you, but I was reflecting on where MorphOS is potentially going once it breaks free of all associationns with the Amiga, rather than where it stands today. I entirely respect anyone's choice to use AmigaOS as implemented by Hyperion so long as that choice isn't founded on idiotic evangelism. That goes for any system, which is im part, why I've steered clear of Macs

I've used BEOs for a time, and hope to return to it once the Peg port is completed. Also I've been pondering the switch to Linux for some time, and it may turn out that if MorphOS goes nowhere (if I'd said AmigaOS goes nowhere I'd be accused of trolling) then at least I have an interesting and relatively affordable PPC system, which runs these OS's. and if Pshop is ported to Linux, which is a real possibility in the long run, given it's traction, I'd be a happy chappy. If the Amiga taught me anyone, it's to be patient. I can indeed wait....