Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 1st Sep 2004 19:01 UTC, submitted by Michael Saunders
Syllable, AtheOS The August edition of the Syllable Development Newsletter is now available, nutshellising the OS' progress over the last month. Highlights include a website redesign, driver updates and VMware images. Additionally, LinuxBeta.com has assembled a superb slideshow running through Syllable's new desktop and apps.
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RE: wow
by Vanders on Thu 2nd Sep 2004 07:41 UTC

One question: Does a current version of Perl currently come with Syllable?

Syllable does not include Perl in the basic installation but we do maintain a binary package. You can find it on http://kamidake.other-space.org

I wish to boot from my dual channel Adaptec UW2 SCSI controlled hard drives, and is the old Matrox Millenium 1 supported???

You might be able to use the BIOS drivers to access your SCSI drives, but Syllable does not have any "native" SCSI drivers. Just ask on the Syllable forums and we can help you set up Syllable to do that.

The Millenium I is supported, and I even have one in the machine next to me, but some revisions have display problems (Green vertical strips) which I have not been able to identify. At the moment 2D accellerated rendering is also only available on the Millenium II and up, so scrolling and dragging windows can be slow. If I find some time I'd like to re-write the rendering code so it will work on the Millenium I but I don't know when that might be.