Originally Posted by Mrs Beanbag
is it possible to compile for PowerPC and write to a real ROM chip, and install in a real Amiga with a PowerPC accelerator?
It makes no sense. Most accelerators use 68k startup code. Compiling aros boot rom for ppc renders the machine useless. no chance to run non-ppc code that accesses rom routines.
it's sluggish as hell and some programs got no exit/close button/gadget. try "sys:tools/showconfig"
despite some users enthusiasm it's not an option for real hardware.