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Sweden has Banned Piracy Downloading
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, July 02, 2005 - 09:08
Submitted by ironfist
As of yesterday - July 1st - it is illegal to download any copyrighted material in Sweden. This law was set to keep up to EU directives. Sweden was the last EU nation to ban downloading for personal use. Before only making files available to others, was illegal.

Read this article at BBC for the entire story and an interview with Henrik Pontén of Antipiratbyrån.

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PUGS to Attend AmiGBG 2005
Posted by: ironfist on Saturday, June 18, 2005 - 09:11
Submitted by ironfist
PUGS - Pegasos User Group, Sweden - will attend AmiGBG 2005 on July 23rd. We will mostly push for PUSH and show off the PegasosPPC system.
More info will follow..

AmiGBG News Post

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OpenSolaris takes a step into the Sun
Posted by: dholm on Wednesday, June 15, 2005 - 13:14
Submitted by dholm
On the 14th of June the source code to OpenSolaris was finally released. According to Jim Grisanzio, the Community Manager of OpenSolaris, there are about 10 million lines of code available for you to sink your teeth into.
To instantly get access to source code, build tools, documentation and much much more go visit now!

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Interested in a VirusFreeComputer?
Posted by: ironfist on Friday, June 10, 2005 - 15:41
Submitted by ironfist
Head over to


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Epic is now Runesoft
Posted by: gunne on Wednesday, June 01, 2005 - 10:47
Submitted by gunne
Former Epic interactive is now Runesoft GmbH.

Runesoft is working with porting popular games from Windows to other popular computer platforms.

Find Runesoft webpage here:

Would also like to mention that, GGS-Data will begin reselling of all Runesoft's products.

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PUSH 2005.2 Registration Open
Posted by: ironfist on Monday, May 30, 2005 - 20:24
Submitted by ironfist
PUSH 2005.2 will take place August 5-7th at Wartagården i Göteborg. Same location as previous events. At the information page you will get more info and register yourself. Last day to register is July 29th.

By registering you will lower your entrance fee from 300 SEK to 200 SEK.

More information will follow. We wanted to give you the date and registration possibilities as soon as possible.

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David Holm Elected as Strategic Lead of Gentoo/PPC
Posted by: ironfist on Monday, May 30, 2005 - 18:30
Submitted by ironfist
Gentoo PPC Team had an IRC meeting last night discussing various topics. The first was to elect new members of the team. As Strategic Leader our very own David Holm was elected. Congratulations!

Luca Barbato will lead the PPC group and Tom Gall the PPC64 group.

Decisions concerning the Pegasos are as follows; the Pegasos sources will be removed once the patchset is included within the vanilla kernel.

Click here for all meeting notes.

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IBM Shows First Cell Blade Server Prototype
Posted by: ironfist on Sunday, May 29, 2005 - 10:03
Submitted by ironfist
At a hotel room at E3 in Los Angeles, IBM presented the first Cell blade server prototype for a few clients. The boards shown were approximately 23x43 in size carrying two Cell processors, two 512 MB XDR RAM modules and two South Bridge LSIs. The processors were running at 2.4-2.8 GHz. The engineer said: We are driving the Cell processors at higher rates in the laboratory. If operated at 3 GHz, Cell's theoretical performance reaches about 200 GFLOPS, which works out to about 400 GFLOPS per board.

Read the entire article and drewl at the pictures at Tech-On!.

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Five Hour BBS Documentary Now Shipping
Posted by: ironfist on Wednesday, May 25, 2005 - 18:38
Submitted by ironfist
Jason Scott has been working on a documentary DVD about BBS - Bulletin Board Systems - since 2001. This documentary took almost four years to make, with lots of travelling, reading and over 200 interviews. It is over five hours long and ships on three DVDs. The documentary is splitted into eight episodes.

The price is 50 USD + S&H.


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The Rise and Fall of Installation Procedures
Posted by: gunne on Tuesday, May 24, 2005 - 13:18
Submitted by gunne
Dr.Morbius & Tokai have written an article about installations procedures on Amiga and Amiga like systems. It consist of a look back, and also a look forward and an attempt to highlight some problems and set up some guidelines for the future in MorphOS.

Very well worth reading for every morpher !

Find the article here

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