Linked by Kroc Camen on Tue 22nd Jun 2010 12:46 UTC
Amiga & AROS The fabled Amiga X1000 has been spotted in the wild, in the homeliest of places--Station X, a.k.a Bletchley Park. "The AmigaOne X1000 is a custom dual core PowerPC board with plenty of modern ports and I/O interfaces. It runs AmigaOS 4, and is supported by Hyperion, a partner in the project. The most interesting bit, though, is the use of an 500Mhz XCore co-processor, which the X1000's hardware designer describes as a descendant of the transputer - once the great hope of British silicon." With thanks to Jason McGint, 'Richard' and Pascal Papara for submissions.
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Zifre
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2009-10-04

No, Linux no, please... I don't want that Shi**y Geek-Only Operating System.

It is not friendly at all.

I hope you see the irony in what you are saying...

You must achieve a Computer Science Degree to learn how to full using it, or the alternative is to stay stuck with its basic features without any possibility of digging it and discovering all its power.

That's true of any OS. You can't use all the features of Windows without programming. Same with Mac OS. Same with Linux. I hope you realize that what a normal user could accomplish with Linux is still more than what they could do with Amiga OS/AROS/MorphOS (simply because they are not as popular or well supported; that's not any fault of those OSs).

Linux is not an OS suitable for any people and for anyday use.

Really? I am a person. I use it everyday. And I don't have a computer science degree.

AmigaOS is good. MorphOS is good. AROS is good.

I agree. They are great operating systems. But something is wrong when you advocate Amiga/derivatives as something for everyone yet dismiss Linux as something you need a degree in computer science to use...

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aliquis Member since:
2005-07-23

I agree. They are great operating systems. But something is wrong when you advocate Amiga/derivatives as something for everyone yet dismiss Linux as something you need a degree in computer science to use...
Of course it should be read as:
I know AmigaOS but not Linux, I don't want to have to learn something new, I like my old machine.

Switching systems isn't an easy task if you want to know how to use them. If surfing the web is all you care for then it's fine.

(Though back in the 68k days on the Amiga that wasn't so easy since it neither had a network interface, drivers for it or a built-in tcp/ip-stack ..)

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