colin wrote:OpenOffice 1.1.x
Umm, I meant 2.0.
hamei wrote:frivolous, but maybe not a big job and a lot of fun to play :
The Bandito wrote:In a few years, no doubt, you'll be able to buy a computer,
software and operating system that will match the capabilities
of your current Amiga at about the price you paid for the
Amiga way back when. But you can smile to yourself, knowing
that you were touching the future years before the rest of
the world. And that other computers and operating systems
will do with brute force what the Amiga did years before with
grace, elegance and style.
dexter1 wrote: Lisa has made a nice port of this.
Also, check out her site at:
MattPayne wrote:Elite or to make things easier... an Archimedes emulator to allow it to run
Elite is the greatest computer game known to man. Ever. Elite:TNK is the result of a project by Christian Pinder to reverse-engineer Elite from the original BBC disk version.
This requires Allegro, and runs splendidly on my Octane. It installs in /usr/local/elite-tnk, and the binary (newkind) must be run from within there.
The Elite:TNK home page used to be found at http://www.cjpinder.clara.net/elite.html, but this site now appears to be dead.
videobrat wrote:How about QuickTime support!
I mean real Quicktime support, not the crappy Cinepak or Motion JPEG Format A QuickTime. With Final Cut Pro encroaching into our space, we have clients bringing in their offlines on Quicktime, often with Sorenson compression.
I refuse to believe the easiest way to get this QuickTime video into an SGI is with an Indycam pointed at a PowerBook.
SGI (at one time) had Graphics in it's name, I think an 8 processor Onyx should be able to play a goddamn QuickTime.
First, whats wrong with "Motion JPEG Format A" QuickTime?
Second, doesn't mplayer work on your SGIs?
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