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    takemehomegrandma
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    And why don't you provide the URL, or at least a name so one could at least google for it?

    :-?
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    That's defenitely cool!
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    takemehomegrandma
    Posts: 2698 from 2003/2/24
    Quote:


    Velcro_SP wrote:
    Bah, he might pull it down now.


    What, do you think he published it in a public space just to be pissed if someone looked at it? ;-)
    MorphOS is Amiga done right! :-)
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    serge
    Posts: 725 from 2003/2/20
    oh my god !
    It's running ! Ambient loads flawlessly !

    @ bigfoot :

    What is the situation about hardware drivers?
    Is TinyGL working fine?
    Is it sound supported at this time?
    And ethernet ?

    oulala ! realy nice news!

    So when MOS 2.0 will be here, I'll buy 1 for my PEG II, 1 for my

    EFIKA and another one for my Macmini.

    MOS will invade my home and my office ;-)
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    jcmarcos
    Posts: 1178 from 2003/3/13
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    Quote:

    serge wrote:
    oh my god ! It's running !


    Indeed... Notice the complete absence of Genesi's SmartFirmware? The fact that graphics in this computer are Radeon based made things easier, I guess... Don't know about sound, but as for network, well, ethernet chips are very similar and well known.

    Have in mind that this is actually the most powerful MorphOS computer: It has a 7447 (G4) like the Pegasos II, but at hicher speed.

    What's Genesi's opinion on this? I've seen the starting post being moderated... Can this be something bad for them?

    And, most of all... are PowerPC MacMinis still available? My company (PC City) ran out of them three months ago.
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    Everblue
    Posts: 165 from 2004/1/6
    Is MOS2 on Mac hardware official development though, or its just a hack?

    I got a G4 iBook - would be great to install MOS2 on it.
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    takemehomegrandma
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    Quote:

    What's Genesi's opinion on this?


    AFAIK this is something that Genesi has wanted for a very long time (many years). I'm sure the quotes are out there... ;-)

    Quote:

    Can this be something bad for them?


    How could it?

    As far as I can see, this can *only* be a good thing.
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    Posts: 416 from 2003/8/18
    :) I guess you shouldn't hold your breath.. as usual this has just been posted in reponse to the recent Moana video... Nothing to do with you simple users ;)
    Nothing hurts a project more than developers not taking the time to let their community know what is going on.
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    Quote:


    serge wrote:
    oh my god !
    It's running ! Ambient loads flawlessly !

    @ bigfoot :

    What is the situation about hardware drivers?
    Is TinyGL working fine?
    Is it sound supported at this time?
    And ethernet ?



    http://www.amiga.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=42756&forum=8&viewmode=flat&order=ASC&start=13

    "The port is real and 'official'.

    However, it is unlikely that any mac version would make it to the first MOS 2.0 batch: Pegasos I, Pegasos II and Efika come first.

    This Mac port is not ready either, so hold your horses. Don't go out spend your last savings on Mac Mini assuming you can grab MorphOS for it tomorrow. These things take time. Any potential release can only happen once the port is finished."
    MorphOS is Amiga done right! :-)
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    Sir_Lucas
    Posts: 112 from 2006/4/23
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    Fantastic news assuming that it will be ever released. I don't expect that it will be released along with Peg and Efika but it's great that it works.

    Let's hope that it won't share the fate of Mos 1.5 on A4000. The only tangible thing that left from it is a video available on youtube...

    Anyway, that's a very good piece of news. Mos boots really quickly on Mac Mini.
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    Posts: 2513 from 2003/3/5
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    Let's hope that it won't share the fate of Mos 1.5 on A4000


    Was there anything like that at all?
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    Sir_Lucas
    Posts: 112 from 2006/4/23
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    http://media.putfile.com/MorphOS-15-aka-20-on-A4000-with-CSPPC-604e-233MHz

    It seems that I was wrong if it comes to youtube.
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    SoundSquare
    Posts: 1209 from 2004/12/1
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    interesting, but i'd like to see MorphOS running on modern hardware instead of refurbished computers.
    Too much speculation for the second hand market.
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    Charvel
    Posts: 97 from 2007/2/15
    Nice work!! :)
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    VooDoo
    Posts: 189 from 2005/8/24
    Very nice... 8-)
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    Posts: 1946 from 2003/2/23
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    Quote:


    Leo wrote:
    :) I guess you shouldn't hold your breath.. as usual this has just been posted in reponse to the recent Moana video... Nothing to do with you simple users ;)


    Not to mention about moving from dead platform to another dead platform :-)
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    maurensen
    Posts: 356 from 2003/10/3
    From: Padova - Italy
    Very nice news!
    I've sold my Peg more than a year ago but now I'm like a toxic without his drug. I'm using Uae on an old pc but it's not like "teh rehal thinghz".
    So, I'm looking forward to buy a copy of Mos2.0 on whathever machine it will run.
    Amen.
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    Crumb
    Posts: 727 from 2003/2/24
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    @SoundSquare

    A PS3 port could be interesting even if it's not a computer. A 3Ghz class PPC with vector units... yum yum! I wouldn't care about it not having 3D acceleration active.
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    Posts: 571 from 2003/2/10
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    SoundSquare wrote:
    interesting, but i'd like to see MorphOS running on modern hardware instead of refurbished computers.
    Too much speculation for the second hand market.



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    Posts: 543 from 2007/8/6
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    Very interesting... I hope something comes of this.

    Of course it'd be so much better if Apple were still with PPC but as long as PPC Macs are so readily available this is still a good move for MorphOS.

    Just out of curiousily, do G5 Macs also have OpenFirmware? What about the Intel Macs? (btw I know that having OpenFirmware does not mean that hacked version of MOS can run on them).
    PPC assembly ain't so bad... ;)
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    Posts: 37 from 2008/1/4
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    Not to mention about moving from dead platform to another dead platform.


    Unfortunately no one is really making PPC systems anymore. Apple was the biggest player in ppc & now they've gone over to x86.

    Genesi is too small & not as popular to make much of a difference in the ppc market. I'm looking forward to see what impact THTF will have with their LimePC products by entering the ppc market. Maybe they can revive this hardware platform once again.

    Getting support for Mac Minis would be a welcome plus. Since they'd be the most powerful systems out there to run MorphOS on - compared to what people are using today.
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