Originally Posted by Heiroglyph
AROS on 68k is a dead end. As I've said multiple times, they screwed up on day one by jumping to a whole new platform and rewriting the entire ecosystem. Now they keep praying that magic will happen and it will be both binary compatible and not slow as molasses on real Amiga hardware.
AROS has been a two decade waste of time and resources. It will eventually work on multi-GHz Intel machines, but it's useless for our existing systems.
The longer we rely on AROS to magically fix all their mismanagement, the fewer resources we have to write a proper replacement.
who will write a proper replacement?