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Posted: 01 Sep 2004 07:08:00 pm    Post subject:

what is this? is it any different from the factory o.s.?
What are some of the advantages of using this?
can I still do everything with ION that I did with the factory? Neutral

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Posted: 01 Sep 2004 07:28:56 pm    Post subject:

Ion is not really an OS, it is a shell for running some programs. You can run these programs by running Ion and selecting them through a menu. Unless you are going to program in assembly for it, all you need to know is that some programs cannot be run by themselves and require Ion. Read the ion readme for more details...
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