Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 5th Sep 2006 20:40 UTC, submitted by John
Amiga & AROS The Amitlon Kernel Project has released new versions of its software. Amithlon is an emulation-based system allowing users to run AmigaOS 3.9 on regular x86 PC systems, without the overhead of having to load an underlying operating system, unlike WinUAE, UAE, Fellow, or AmigaXL.
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What is Amithlon anyway?
by fithisux on Wed 6th Sep 2006 11:35 UTC
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Is it a customized linux kernel?

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RE: What is Amithlon anyway?
by alex on Wed 6th Sep 2006 20:46 in reply to "What is Amithlon anyway?"
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I've never used it myself, however I believe the special thing about Amithlon is that it allows AmigaOS, though emulated, to have direct access to the graphics, sound etc hardware of the host PC. I think there's also a way to compile programs to run directly for x86 (eg for CPU intensive plugins). All this makes it the next-best-thing to a native x86 port of AmigaOS.

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