Posts: 498 from 2003/2/17
From: Hannover / Ger...
Should be much easier to collect those who didn't...
Obviously almost everyone here bought it for MorphOS. For Linux, x86 would be the best choice in most cases, I think. For a niche system, a niche OS does make the most sense, IMHO.
But I don't consider Genesi's statement that bad. It's no "MorphOS is dead"! If they are really going to resume support for "external" MorphOS desktop development remains to be seen, of course, but it's no definite 'good-bye' to MorphOS either. And trying to get the money in first, to spend later on long-term investitions like MorphOS, by focussing on profitable markets now, simply sounds healthy, if we like it or not.
Anyway, my config, as requested by you:
Pegasos II G4/1000, 512 MB RAM, Radeon 7500, Catweasel, Dawicontrol 2975U SCSI, VIA USB 2.0 card; Maxtor IDE 160 GB, Seagate IDE 3 GB, LG 4040 DVD writer, LiteOn DVD drive 16x/48x; Epson Stylus Color 640, Microtek Scanmaker II, LAM 200R Router/DSL-Modem; Tower Chieftec ATX Silver-TX, 19" Medion monitor
Pegasos I/April2 G3/600, 512 MB RAM, Radeon 9200; Maxtor IDE 120 GB, LiteOn CDRW 40/12/48 Smartburn; Epson Stylus C64, Medion USB scanner; PA-270 Mini-Tower/Desktop, 17" Daewoo monitor