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Golem - IT News / SOL-Invictus (ANF)

Golem: Developer units of Linux-PDAs of Sharp can be ordered
»More details to the software-packet published
From now on Sharp offers to the developers the opportunity to order the Linux-PDA SL-5000D as a developer device which is planned at the end of the year. Sharp presents a former prototype at the IFA in Berlin.«
(ps) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 07. Nov. 2001, 19:23] [Comments: 0]
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Anton Preinsack (ANF)

First test runs of PowerPC G5 gain 2.4 GHz
According to an unconfirmed report on "The Register" two prototypes of the PowerPC 8500 (G5) of Motorola have gained the level of 2,4 GHz of clock rate. All other processors of this line work with a clock rate of 1, 1.2 and 1.4 GHz. According to this anonymous source up to one thousend G5-systems of Apple are supposed to be sold to important developers.

Because PowerPC-processors of Motorola are supposed to work in "Pegasos" as well as in "AmigaOne" this statement is interesting for future "Pegasos"/AmigaOne"-succession models which might come. (ps) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 07. Nov. 2001, 14:17] [Comments: 0]
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FORE-MATT Home Computing (ANF)

Filesystem: PFS3 UK dealer
FORE-MATT Home Computing has been appointed by GREat Effects Development in the Netherlands to become the new official UK dealer for PFS3.

The latest version of the Professional File System is a replacement hard drive filing system for FFS/AFS which brings much improved speed and stability to your system. PFS3 will be available to buy on the FORE-MATT Home Computing stand at the World of Amiga SE show this Saturday or you can now buy it direct from the 128Bit secure Amiga Online Superstore. (ps) (Translation: rh)

[News message: 02. Nov. 2001, 19:54] [Comments: 0]
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Solar (BAUD) (ANF)

Alan Redhouse corrects some rumours on
Of course there were some confusion after the message of Eyetech and it was discussed here as well as on The opinions ranged from "It is OK" to "Cheat!". I think in this context the clearing statement of Alan Redhouse (Eyetech) in the corresponding thread on is important.

Quintessence: He has absoluely no problem with any decisions of Amiga Inc. and in their place he would have decided in the same way - and there was no reason to evoke a crises if there would be very real progresses made to a solution. (ps) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 31. Oct. 2001, 19:50] [Comments: 0]
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