Talk:RISC OS FAQ

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Please, no links to websites that are clearly dead or have very slow updates. Just because the company claims to be alive, doesn't mean we want to link to it. The RISC OS FAQ needs to be a current and useful list, not an exhaustive list of everything that we can think of. That also means that some of the news sites listed should certainly be removed.
Please, no links to websites that are clearly dead or have very slow updates. Just because the company claims to be alive, doesn't mean we want to link to it. The RISC OS FAQ needs to be a current and useful list, not an exhaustive list of everything that we can think of. That also means that some of the news sites listed should certainly be removed.
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Concerning "These are the maximum partition sizes you may create, which are a combination of limits imposed by hardware, FileCore, FileSwitch and filing systems (ADFS, SCSIFS, etc)." : I'm not aware of any limits imposed by FileSwitch dictating the maximum partition size. AFAIK FileSwitch does not even have a concept of partition size or maximum media size.  Am I missing something ? [[User:Joty|joty]] 21:24, 22 August 2007 (BST)

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The RiscStation machines can still be bought from CTA-Direct so can they be put in the 'New Hardware' section?

Well, their website hasn't been updated in 6 years, and neither has their hardware, so I wouldn't bother, personally.

The site was last updated in 2003 and do still claim to be alive and trading.

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Please, no links to websites that are clearly dead or have very slow updates. Just because the company claims to be alive, doesn't mean we want to link to it. The RISC OS FAQ needs to be a current and useful list, not an exhaustive list of everything that we can think of. That also means that some of the news sites listed should certainly be removed.


Concerning "These are the maximum partition sizes you may create, which are a combination of limits imposed by hardware, FileCore, FileSwitch and filing systems (ADFS, SCSIFS, etc)." : I'm not aware of any limits imposed by FileSwitch dictating the maximum partition size. AFAIK FileSwitch does not even have a concept of partition size or maximum media size. Am I missing something ? joty 21:24, 22 August 2007 (BST)

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