Originally Posted by Toni Wilen
Compatibility with classic hardware is the main goal.
Badly behaving emulation or re-implementation is considered broken and won't be supported unless it can be easily worked around without breaking compatibility with real classic hardware.
I completely agree with that sentiment and as the Minimig is FPGA based hardware, a software fix in AROS would be the wrong place to fix any issue I find testing AROS on my Minimig that don't also effect genuine Classic Amiga hardware.
Plus if people don't post about the issues they find then other people will not know what issues to expect if they try the same thing :-)
I was just interested to see AROS-m68k running on a low specification 68000 CPU based system, as until the Minimig supports 1MB ROMs I expect very few people will even be interested in attempting to use it on a Minimig.
Anyway keep up the good work and I will look forward to making further use of AROS-m68k in the future.