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AmigaShell makes your shell look just like an Amiga commandline. It won't run under X or over a remote shell. It has been tested successfully on i386 (textmode), Sparc (framebuffer), and PowerPC machines running Debian GNU/Linux. There is an information bar across the top that shows kernel version, free memory, load average, time, and date. Amigashell loads the amiga font, changes the cursor appearance, and loads amiga colors but does not affect screen resolution.
released on 26 September 2003
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