Goal: create an OS as compatible as possible to AmigaOS 3.1, but which can be ported to various CPUs: x86, 68k; PowerPC, Alpha, SPARC, MIPS.
NetBSD/amiga is a free, portable unix like operating system for many machines, including the Amiga.
OpenBSD port to Amiga: the same as the NetBSD/amiga port but with some additions.
NetBSD port for Amigas with MMUs.
A low level security system for the Amiga, consisting of a new filesystem and a library. It implements a security system similar to that of UNIX.
Goal: Provide modern functionality for a new OS layer and run most Amiga applications as efficiently as possible in a box environment with no Classic Amiga custom chips available.
MC1 Amiga are an on-line store trying to make it easier for Amiga users to get hardware. MC1 stocks new SCSI, used Amiga parts and some software. MC1 have a full list of Australian Amiga User groups and Amiga dealers in the links page.
AROS support page.
News and information about all current AmigaOS versions.
Mailing list about Amiga OS4.X for the new AmigaOne compatible machines.