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    Topic: Alerts

    The new items published under this topic are as follows.

    Anyone running the RISC OS 5.15 softload on their Iyonix "should treat it with extreme caution!" according to Steve Revill.



     

    Since it's official release on Friday evening, news of RISC OS SIX Preview has been posted on www.osnews.com.

    Note: Since publishing this article, RISC OS has had another bit of publicity on OSNews (in the form of a review of the A9Home), again with interested parties from outside the RISC OS community commenting positively.
     

    This coming Saturday is the ARM Club's Midlands Show. Held at a new venue this year, the show is a one day event from 10am to 4pm.

     
    Posted by cobalt on Wednesday, November 22, 2006 Read full article: 'ARM Club Midlands Show - 25th November 2005'   

    As reported on other RISC OS portals, RISC OS Ltd. have released a patch to the RISC OS 4.02 boot sequence that, fixes issues with use of the latest Toolbox modules. The patch also includes a fix for Select users who've had problems switching to and from Softloading of Select / RISC OS 4.

     

    In Scotland? Fancy looking at the latest in RISC OS technology? Read on....

    A venue in Livingston has now been booked for Microdigital to demonstrate their Omega computer and to answer our questions, on Saturday, 7th September 2002. The following place may unfortunately not be ideal for everyone but we were booking at short notice, so apologies all round if this is the case (but please see the end of the message).

    The venue is:

    Deans Community High School
    Eastwood Park
    Livingston
    West Lothian
    EH54 8PS

    Tel: 01506 497090

    A better map is here

    Livingston North Railway Station is close by and this can be reached from Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket (about 10 mins walk?).




     
    Posted by bluebottle on Monday, August 26, 2002 Read full article: 'The Omega visits bonny Scotland'   

    Unlike some RISC OS mags out there with strange unaccountable delays, dubious changes of editor and other fun excuses, RiscWorld seems to be going from strength to strength with the launch of Vol. 3 of the CD based mag...

    This very morning a straining postman collected all the copies of RISC World for delivery to all our eager readers. So in the next few days a shiny CD containing the latest issue will be dropping through doormats all over the world. For those that don't know RISC World is the subscription only CD based magazine for users of RISC OS computers published by APDL.

    This issue sees a number of exclusives, including Dave Holden's visit to MicroDigital to see a working Omega computer. We also have our Wakefield show report and reviews of Crystal, the first Select CD and of course, TEK.

     
    Posted by bluebottle on Wednesday, June 05, 2002 Read full article: 'RiscWorld hits Volume 3'   

    Just a reminder to everyone that the show is nearly upon us and that if you are wanting your tickets in advance then you can do so one of three ways.

    Either by post,

    Credit card orders via the website or by phone credit card order.

    Please visit the show website and following the link for admission for full details of prices, snail mail address and for credit card order the link to the ordering system, sponsored and run by Spelling Computer Systems on our behalf.

    Please note the snail mail address is being changed this weekend, any mail sent to the old address will automatically be redirected to the new address provided you address the letter per the website details.

    PLEASE NOTE:

    Closing date for the receipt of advance orders is Monday 13th May, credit card orders can be processed on the 14th if booked before noon.

    Any received after this time can not be certain of having the tickets returned in time.

    So get your orders in NOW!

     
    Posted by bluebottle on Tuesday, May 07, 2002   

    RComp are pleased to announce that our 100Mbit network cards began shipping today (Saturday). These new cards are the result of a partnership in the RISC OS market ensuring the production of high performance, yet cost effective hardware.

    The new cards set standards in price, performance and features. Fitting into the network slot present in all RiscPC/A7000 systems (no backplanes etc. required), the performance of the card is only limited (on current machines) by the speed at which the processesor can handle network packets, when used on a 100Mbit network.

     

    Omega gets closer! 5574 Reads alerts
    Microdigital have revealed that their long overdue Omega computer looks to be on for a Novemeber launch.



     
    Posted by bluebottle on Monday, April 29, 2002 Read full article: 'Omega gets closer!'   

    The organisers of Wakefield 2002, The Acorn RISC OS Show, are pleased to announce for the first time, the presence of Telewest Communications Plc at this year's show. Telewest are one of the providers of broadband Internet access, local to Yorkshire (as well as other parts of the country) and will be demonstrating some of their communications services to visitors at the show.

    For more information on Telewest's attendance or information about the show in general, visit the Wakefield show site, where there is a list of exhibitors and information about them.

    The show web site is updated daily, so watch this space.

     
    Posted by bluebottle on Monday, April 15, 2002   

     
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