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What is your current RISC OS setup? (David Feugey)

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:46, 6/1/2021 | ,
 
This time, we pop across the channel to find out what David Feugey's desktop looks like...
 
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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Justin Fletcher)

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:45, 16/9/2020 |
 
Gerph's RISC OS development setup
 
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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Gavin Wraith)

Posted by Mark Stephens on 06:34, 4/5/2020 | ,
 
In the foreground is an ArmBook (i.e. Pinebook) running RISC OS 5.27, from RComp. Behind it is an LG Flatron IPS235 monitor displaying output from RISC OS 5.24 running on a Raspberry Pi 3B+, which sits in the green case, with a red LED shining out.
 
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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Rob Sprowson)

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:59, 29/4/2020 | ,
 
This time, we smuggled our team into Elesar towers to see what they might have hidden up there...
 
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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Steve Fryatt)

Posted by Mark Stephens on 08:46, 27/4/2020 | ,
 
The left-hand monitor is attached to the Titanium seen under the desk to the left; the one on the right is connected to several other systems: a PC running Linux (out of shot to the right), the RiscPC on the right under the desk and a couple of Beagle and Pandaboards which are in and out of use for testing, attending shows and the like.
 
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What is your current RISC OS setup? (David Ruck)

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:54, 20/4/2020 | ,
 
The picture is of my home office. Under the 27" monitor is my main RISC OS
machine an ARMx6 Mini.m and my main Raspberry Pi, a 4B with fanshim, both
are sitting sitting on their own SATA SSDs. My other RISC OS machine, an
Iyonix sits under the desk, and is attached to the monitor via VGA, they
all drive it at 2560x1440.
 
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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Michael Grunditz)

Posted by Mark Stephens on 09:22, 15/4/2020 | ,
 
Visible on screen is my ARMX6 running in 2560x1440 60hz.
 
 
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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Jeffrey Lee)

Posted by Jeffrey Lee on 08:00, 12/4/2020 | ,
 
Often changing on a daily basis:
 
 
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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Michael Ben-Gershon)

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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Alan Adams)

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What is your current RISC OS setup? (Ed Smale)

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