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wizardcm


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Posted: 08 May 2010 05:17:37 am    Post subject:

I was wondering if it's possible to dualboot two Operating Systems on the TI-Nspire, for example OS 1.1 and OS 2.0?

Thanks for any help. Smile
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bwang


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Joined: 15 Mar 2009
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Posted: 08 May 2010 04:28:24 pm    Post subject:

As of now, no. The release of RunOS is being delayed because of possible legal issues.
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wizardcm


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Posted: 08 May 2010 07:15:41 pm    Post subject:

bwang wrote:

As of now, no. The release of RunOS is being delayed because of possible legal issues.

Ah ok. That's too bad. Sad
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Smartzkid


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Posted: 18 Jun 2010 05:27:36 pm    Post subject:

Any news here?
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Lionel Debroux


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Posted: 19 Jun 2010 01:10:22 am    Post subject:

Dual-booting (especially the possibility to run a CAS OS on the non-CAS model) is even more unwanted, from TI's POV, than Ndless and ASM programming in general. You're not going to find much information about that - even as a status update - on a public message board Wink

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wizardcm


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Posted: 25 Jun 2010 07:37:18 am    Post subject:

Lionel Debroux wrote:

Dual-booting (especially the possibility to run a CAS OS on the non-CAS model) is even more unwanted, from TI's POV, than Ndless and ASM programming in general. You're not going to find much information about that - even as a status update - on a public message board Wink

Ah, understood. This topic can now be closed.
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StupidUser


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Joined: 09 Nov 2010
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Posted: 09 Nov 2010 10:46:19 pm    Post subject:

Lionel Debroux wrote:

Dual-booting (especially the possibility to run a CAS OS on the non-CAS model) is even more unwanted, from TI's POV, than Ndless and ASM programming in general. You're not going to find much information about that - even as a status update - on a public message board Wink

What about the other way 'round: can you run non-CAS on the CAS model (most of my professors don't allow CAS calculators, but if I have a need for one, I don't want to buy two of 'em - though I realize that TI does).

Of course, I'm not sure how I would convince them that the CAS was disabled on my calculator clearly marked "CAS", but that's a different issue. Neutral
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