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Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/10/9 17:19:23
No, not just the Pegasos-II, but MorphOS is also "IBM Ready." According to Genesi, this is a giant leap forward for our OS, our platform, and our community!

IBM's MorphOS Page
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/10/5 17:43:50
Three more titles have been added to the MorphZone download area:

EggChess: a logical game. (submitted by LouiSe)

LAME 3.93.1: the latest port of the mp3 encoder. (old version still available). (submitted by Tokai)

v2cm.lha: a couple of ARexx scripts to allow Voyager to save bookmarks and launch ContactManager. (submitted by Targhan)
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/10/5 17:25:42
The latest version of wgetgui is avialable from here Just as the name suggests, wgetgui is a user-friendly front end using the classic command line utility "wget."
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/10/3 21:37:16
In the Downloads Section of MorphZone, you'll find several more tools from Nicolas DET.

CDSpeedKiller: A little utility that limits CDRom/DVDRom speed and noise.

SongPlayer: The MorphOS port (with Ogg) of the classic "juke box".

WideSpectrum: WideSpectrum: MorphOS port of the AmigaAmp SDK, compatible with AmigaAmp, Kaya, AmiNetRadio ...
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/9/29 5:03:18

Aqua, a game simular to Myst, will soon be included in the SuperBundle for the MorphOS/Pegasos community. More information is available from this link.
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/9/27 18:34:34
September 26th, 2003 - Antigo, WI - Grasshopper LLC today announced the coming addition of PageStream for MorphOS as the sixth platform in the stable of computers and operating systems that PageStream supports. MorphOS is inspired by the efficiency found in the original Commodore Amiga and its remarkable multitasking OS, bringing a whole new dimension to personal computers.

Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/9/14 23:18:24
Pay a visit to to learn details of a port of PageStream for MorphOS!
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/9/13 17:52:24
Big changes since last version are: added ARexx port and added experimental segmented download support (only in HTTP protocol for now).

Download Here
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/9/12 20:57:27
It seems as if someone else has taken the MPlayer bull by the horns, and has made some advancements to Nicolas DET's MPlayer port.

It can be found HERE

Source: ANN
Posted By: Targhan. on 2003/9/11 15:59:46
MorphOS-News published the following from IOSpirit:

In order to be able to offer you a further improved service and a better structured website, we are soon re-launching our website.

As this goes hand in hand with switching to a new website-system, we want to kindly ask our customers to check for safety copies (on safe media such as CD-R, etc.) of the download versions they bought from us until the 18th of September 2003. If no safety copies exist, these should be created now and - if required - well reactivate expired downloads to support this (also see end of the message).

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