|[Rant] Thanks to everyone involved.||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 20-Jun-2004 13:11 GMT by MOSlem||137 comments|
With this mail I want to thank everyone (bPlan, Genesi, MorphOS developer team and all the volunteers) involved into the PegasosII and MorphOS for keeping up the good old Amiga spirit and showing us the future for Amiga. Big thanks to all of you who you spent all the years onto the Amiga and finally found a new real path for the Amiga. For me as user PegasosII and MorphOS is everything that I want to see a modern Amiga should be. Quite modern and affordable Hardware, a nice clean and fast Operating System and all the developers and 3rd party people heavily supporting it. Without you the Amiga would still be a dead thing but with all you people we are happy to look forward into a nice future.
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|Thanks to everyone involved. : Comment 124 of 137||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Sammy Nordström on 23-Jun-2004 13:41 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 123 (Framiga):|
AmigaOS does not have a Quark, does not run on the Pegasos, does not share all the features and functionalities of MorphOS, it is per definition a different OS.
The "structure", or similarities with older version of the AmigaOS if you like, is the so-called A/Box, which is running as an integrated part of MorphOS but still not as an OS on it's own. One could even go to the extreme and say that the A/Box is just a runtime environment for AmigaOS3.x software kind of like the AmigaDE is just a runtime environment for AmigaDE software. Windows with AmigaDE installed does not make Windows a re-implementation of the AmigaDE, now does it?
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