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From: (Andrew Veliath)
Newsgroups: comp.sys.amiga.advocacy
Subject: Amiga Status
Date: 18 Feb 1995 21:58:11 -0500
Organization: Systems Corp.
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Hi everyone...

I'm a PC user currently using Linux & OS/2 (mostly Linux)... but since I had owned and 
used soley an Amiga from early '86 to around I think '91-92 or os I have since been 
ignorant to the developments of the Amiga...

I want to eventually buy another Amiga, a RISC machine only though (I've heard some 
people mention that this is true?) but have a few questions being no too estranged 
from the Amiga discussions (what a trip!).  1.  Who owns Amiga now, and 2, what is the 
plan for "new" machines...  (3. what is available now and who supports it and how much)

Of course I'd only run Linux for 68k ;-)... (I wanted to buy the Unix Amiga many years 


ps anyone want to buy an old copy of Final Writer and/or SAS/Lattice C 5.1?

Andrew Veliath

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