alexh wrote:Too much money and no guarantee on compatibility. Let them make a prototype and determine compatibility before getting our money out.
Well I see we have a visionary amoungst us, no wonder the Atari is in the closet after all these years, left there for the want of people with this kind of attitude. Still, you have your oppinion and I respect that very much so! A glass half empty person maybe???
samf wrote:... And being able to watch dvds....that would be sweat. ...
ppera wrote:Actually, it is some advanced blitter-like technology in video cards. In HW made fast graphic raster operations which unload CPU from doing it self.
And it reminds me that MMX is also used in all this. I don't know has Coldfire anything like that...
TTowner wrote:So what if there are software issues
TTowner wrote:Didn't the atari 520 have them when it was first introduced?
nighthawk wrote:Otherwise, if that would take too long, as a preliminary step, an invisible minimum Linux Kernel on which may run ARANYM.
TTowner wrote:So ... What's missing then ar coders. Any new software produced is down to the lack of..
A recruitment drive is needed.
alanh wrote:What's wrong with MiNT ?
It's freely available and has source code. That's why people are still developing for it.
If there's some gaping hole from the other solutions, then let's try and fill it in with MiNT.
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