Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 25th Jan 2010 23:21 UTC
Amiga & AROS It seems like only yesterday, but in fact it's already six months ago. July last year, we published our review of AmigaOS 4.1 running on ACube's sam440ep motherboard, and here we are, six months later, and Hyperion has released AmigaOS 4.1 Update 1. This free update brings with it quite a number of new features, and since I still have the sam440ep on my desk, I could test the new features first-hand.
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RE[6]: AmigaOS??
by Dodit on Thu 28th Jan 2010 20:40 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: AmigaOS??"
Dodit
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2009-10-18

Hail TheDax

It's HyperionOS nothing else.

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RE[7]: AmigaOS??
by TheDAX on Thu 28th Jan 2010 20:53 in reply to "RE[6]: AmigaOS??"
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2010-01-05

@Dodit
:D
That was fun ;)

Anyway, we have different opinions that is clear, both stand in our heads and they say heads are whole worlds whithin themselves.

It would be good sometimes to check this opinions against the real-world just to make sure.
Outside, in the cold world Hyperion says they have exclusive rights to Amiga OS past and ownership of its future.
If you think you can prove them wrong, sue them and see if what they say its a fantasy or the truth ;-)

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RE[8]: AmigaOS??
by Dodit on Thu 28th Jan 2010 21:02 in reply to "RE[7]: AmigaOS??"
Dodit Member since:
2009-10-18

@Dodit ;) That was fun ;) Anyway, we have different opinions that is clear, both stand in our heads and they say heads are whole worlds whithin themselves. It would be good sometimes to check this opinions against the real-world just to make sure. Outside, in the cold world Hyperion says they have exclusive rights to Amiga OS past and ownership of its future. If you think you can prove them wrong, sue them and see if what they say its a fantasy or the truth ;-)


Fun.. Yeah i know.

But you compare AmigaInc that bought the rights to AmigaOS with a company that have hold AmigaOS as a hostage for years.
Hyperion haven't bought AmigaOS. In my eyes they have done something really nasty, they have behaved dishonourably and have not keept their word or agreements.

Thats why they could rename it to HyperionOS also.

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