Linked by Fulvio Peruggi on Mon 17th Jul 2006 11:14 UTC
Morphos The latest article in our OSNews OS contest: Learn about MorphOS, the heir to the Amiga legacy. This article chronicles its bumpy history, its still-compelling features, and the current state of MorphOS development.
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popper
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2006-02-24

you are aware that the official UNIX does exist and was licenced and ported for the a2500 and that at the time, that was the most advanced UNIX for that CPU.

UNIX could have taken much of what made the amiga os great and licenced these back into UNIX to the benifit of both, and then your average linux might be a far different beast today.

anyone that says that amiga OS would have become far larger if they had this or that goal in mind , dont know the core OS/HW developers storys very well, the answer is your assumption is wrong, they always say even today, that you should always make your project as efficient and compact as your able to do given your breaf, case in point 'rebol core and view'.

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