Any marketing plans about the Minis?
  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    xyphoid
    Posts: 870 from 2008/7/11
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    market a port of itunes 8-)
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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    DiskDoctor
    Posts: 306 from 2009/4/17
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    xyphoid wrote:
    market a port of itunes 8-)


    Well honestly, has anyone tried to launch iTunes over Wine over AmiCygnix?

    8-)
    Was: Mac Mini PPC running MorphOS 2.4
    Now: Amiga Forever 2010 with AmiKit and AmigaSYS
    Not used: Icaros Desktop 1.2 (reason: no wifi)
    Planned soon: an OS4 system
    Shortly then: a MOS notebook (wifi is a must-have)
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    Golem
    Posts: 766 from 2003/2/28
    From: Denmark
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    DiskDoctor wrote:

    Well honestly, has anyone tried to launch iTunes over Wine over AmiCygnix?

    Haven't we all? No?
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  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    CountRaven
    Posts: 557 from 2007/12/11
    From: Greece
    I will make some points about stuff discussed in previous pages of this thread:

    There is still lots of work to be done @ AROS. It still runs on specific hardware and I am not willing -mainly for room issues- to set up a PC based on ten year old hardware just to check out AROS.

    MorphOS on x86? Do not know... maybe. But it has to support modern x86 hardware -including gfx cards etc- and that is very difficult at the moment if not impossible. I would prefer x86 than ARM if you ask my opinion.

    The new Efika has gone ARM and it costs about 800$ -just the board-. Do not know if MorphOS will run on it -do not think so- but I can point that I am tired of spending lots of money for limited hardware and it seems that it has to stop sometime. On the other hand I would spend ANY money for STRONG PPC hardware -a dual core g5 for example- that would run MorphOS, I will do the same for a STRONG x86 system.

    My point is that MorphOS deserves to be hosted on strong and powerful systems, no matter if they are based on PPC or x86 technology. In this case it is worth the money for the software and the hardware,

    Until something new appears I am sitll very satisfied with my silent and fast Peg2 that takes care on almost every daily computer task under mighty MorphOS.







    [ Edited by CountRaven on 2009/6/5 14:37 ]
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  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    CountRaven
    Posts: 557 from 2007/12/11
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    Quote:

    There are official release versions of 3.0, 3.0.1 and 3.1.0 for MacOSX/PPC.


    Where? On the official OpenOffice.org site on the downloads section there is only 2.4.0 available in English for MacOSX PPC.

    http://download.openoffice.org/other.html

    Edit: Found it.

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    OO.o 3.1.0 for PPC Macs is available from good-day
    http://ooopackages.good-day.net/pub/Ope ... _20090424/

    The US-English version is named
    OOo_3.1.0rc2_20090424_MacOSXPowerPC_install.dmg



    [ Edited by CountRaven on 2009/6/5 14:36 ]
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