|In reply to Comment 13 (Hooligan/DCS):
how do you define an Amiga? I define my A1200 as an Amiga
because it runs AmigaOS. If I think about the hardware, then
pratically everything inside is different to my old long gone A500.
eg My Amiga has 060 and PowerPC, it has a Gayle, Alice etc.
no sign of Gary or Agnus.
I will happily define the 'AmigaONE' branded Teron as an Amiga when
AmigaOS 4 runs on it. until then its a PowerPC Linux m/b
likewise, if AmigaOS4 ever runs native on the Pegasos (ie no emulation)
then it, too, is an Amiga
(both systems are as different as eg A3000 v's A4000/030 - but BOTH could
happily run AmigaOS4 and be binary compatible)
..until then, Pegasos is ..well, either a Morphbox or PowerPC Linux box.
PS If you do get the Pegasos please make some kickass demos for it. the demo
scene has got lax. theres no usage of the technology. the top-end PC's are, basically , not doing anything amazing in the demo world! :-(