Originally Posted by Charlie
Instead of installing Linux as such onto your HDD, when you run the installer from the live CD X-Amiga is installed...
...so when you boot off your HDD you get AmigaOS not Linux.
So how is this better than Amithlon? It's got Linux running in the background whereas Amithlon only has the Linux kernel but no Linux windowing systems etc?
I guess this will be more compatible and perhaps a tad faster than WinUAE but I'm not "horribly" excited