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Jarmo Laakkonen writes: H&P is proud to announce the availability of Boing Bag 2 for AmigaOS 3.9
OS 3.9: Boing Bag 2 available now!

20. March 2002: H&P is proud to announce the availability of Boing Bag 2 for AmigaOS 3.9. Boing Bag 3.9-2 contains many bug fixes, small enhancement and new features in the areas multimedia (AMPlifier, PlayCD, sound datatype), shell, Workbench (Find, AsyncWB, UnArc, XAD v10), ReAction and harddisk support. The Boing Bag is delivered in three parts: The main archive with all the files needed to update AmigaOS 3.9, the translations into different languages and the contributions (CDDB library, OpenURL, ClassAction). We want to thank all people that made it possible.

Please download at least the main archive and the translation(s) for the language(s) you desire. The contributions are optional.

Note: This Update requires AmigaOS 3.9 with Boing Bag 1. AmigaOS XL users can install the Boing Bag 2 directly.

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OS3.9 Boingbag 2 available : Comment 87 of 125ANN.lu
Posted by smithy on 21-Mar-2002 18:23 GMT
In reply to Comment 75 (Christophe Decanini):
>By setting up flamewar you participate in a "spiritual split"
You cannot promote unity by trying to clamp down on debate. In fact, you are much more likely to get a strong consensus by well-reasoned arguments. Let's not drop down to the fanatics' level of discussion which _always_ takes one of the following 'arguments':
"x86 is evil because it is MS"
(Microsoft don't manufacture or design CPUs)
"x86 is evil because of architecture"
(Nobody ever backs this one up with facts)
"Amiga cannot use x86 because it wouldn't be AMIGA"
(Using PPC wasn't planned by Commodore either and
"x86 is not relevant here"
(AROS can run on x86, and the debate about the future hardware (and hence, survival) of AmigaOS is a very relevant one.)
"Look at BeOS/Sun"
(Sun have massively increased their x86 development this year, and BeOS's userbase grew massively on the x86.)
"We can't compete with M$"
(Exactly, so why force a choice between Windows and AmigaOS? That's what PPC hardware will do. With x86 you can run both, until AmigaOS achieves some growth, and therefore new apps. Nobody will choose AmigaOS because there aren't any quality applications. This restricts AmigaOS to a shrinking, fanatical userbase).
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