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Old 12-22-2013, 10:41 PM   #1
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Unhappy RISC OS Software online archive, cant find one, help!


Well, I dont know if this is supposed to be in this Category, and by the way RISC OS is not a Linux, but does look like one. But the main problem is, that I cant find a website dedicated for RISC OS Software! I mean, I found one, but every time I download from that website, either it says: "Error: This file does not exsist on this server". So that website must be outdated for a long time. Im looking for sites like Mac GUI, Mac Garden, like I mentioned, for RISC OS Software.
 
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Look at IBM. They have software for RISC/OS systems. They tend to use AIX on their rs/6000 systems. They produce a number of power pc systems that are quite advanced.

In an odd way, the smallest of computers now are risc based so the rasberry pi project software is reduced instruction set in an ARM processor.
 
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Old 01-01-2014, 08:32 PM   #3
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Look at IBM. They have software for RISC/OS systems. They tend to use AIX on their rs/6000 systems. They produce a number of power pc systems that are quite advanced.
Yes, thats right. Even though, I've never knew, that IBM produced RISC/OS like stuff, but now I know! Umm, okay, I understand this statement you wrote, but I try looking up RISC/OS software, or AIX software on the IBM website. Yes, indeed I found some AIX RISC/OS software, but thats not the software what I wanted
 
  


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