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Old 07 May 2015, 23:07   #3

Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: The South of nowhere
Age: 40
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I remember Commodore charged a very fair sum of money for rights redistributing Workbench disks for indie developers (unlike today).

On the other hand, if my memory is not playing tricks with me, there was a freely distributable workbench floppy, that was very limited in usage (lots of features removed) and was built by CBM to encourage PD/home developers.

Today you can do it with AROS 68k + some free Aminet stuff. I have done it. If you want it let me know and I will upload it. It has some limitations though (no clipboard and Arexx functionality) but everything seems running fine.
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