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[News] MorphOS support on EfikaLink
Posted on 30-Nov-2006 23:53 GMT by Andrea Maniero4 comments (2k)
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The MorphOS Team and Genesi are pleased to announce that the next public release of MorphOS will support the Efika. MorphOS is a lightweight and flexible operating system and Efika is a low-power and silent miniature mainboard based on the Freescale MPC5200B Power Architecture SoC.

The Efika 5200B is available on the store. The retail price is 199$ - please contact the sales team for reseller and bulk discounts.

 MorphOS support on Efika : Comment 1 of 4
Posted by kriz (Registered user) on 01-Dec-2006 06:32:38
Some new information here ? Or just the same news posted twice ?

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 MorphOS support on Efika : Comment 2 of 4
Posted by piru (Registered user) on 01-Dec-2006 16:38:12
In Reply to Comment 1 (kriz):

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Posted by kriz (Registered user) on 01-Dec-2006 21:44:56
Sorry :) I thought it was posted here before..

It is very good news! Will be fun to see a new small system like

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 MorphOS support on Efika : Comment 4 of 4
Posted by Trizt (Registered user) on 11-Dec-2006 17:33:29
Mmmm... next public release of MOS, yeah, that can be anything from tomorrow to the day before end of days... I have to say I don't have much hope of seeing any MOS for efika in the near future, things do take long time when it comes to the MOS-devs, had been nice if they could dare to release more alpha/beta versions.

But good to see that the MOS-devs are doing something :)

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