Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 12th Jan 2004 05:21 UTC, submitted by Simon Strandgaard
OSNews, Generic OSes When new operating systems gets designed today, great systems such as Amiga, Atari and VMS, seems to get overlooked in regard to their original features not found on other OSes. It might be time to collect and categorize those special unique features under the great/lost ideas wiki, so new OSes don't have to re-invent the wheel and re-innovate.
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by Solar on Tue 13th Jan 2004 09:13 UTC

@ Harky:

If you care to read the text accompaigning the Windows Registry entry, you'll find that that's exactly what's being said there: Good idea, shitty implementation.

@ N.N.:

Short: You're wrong.

Long: The A4000 had it's CPU on a "CPU board", plugged into a special extension slot. The first A4000 did have a 68030 CPU, later models had a 68LC040. Never did Commodore produce 68060 boards, although they were available from third parties.