[Oberon] Oberon V4 on the Raspberry Pi?

Liam Proven lproven at gmail.com
Mon Jan 11 17:38:33 CET 2021

On Mon, 11 Jan 2021 at 17:05, Bernhard Treutwein <oberon at wildwein.de> wrote:
> Native Oberon was one platform of S3 (it was never called V3) and later
> renamed to ETH-Oberon. There were others running emulated under Windows,
> MacOS and Linux and revived by Peter Matthias as OLR ...

OK. Thank you.

So, the answer to the OP, so far, seems to be "no".

ETH Oberon, AKA Oberon S3, runs both natively on x86 (Native Oberon),
and can run on Raspberry Pi under Linux:

The confusingly-named Linux Native Oberon is something older, possibly
Oberon System 2, if the screenshots here are to be believed:

UltibOberon, an emulatoe but the only bare-metal version for the Pi:
... is based on the 2013 Project Oberon, which predates ETH (S3), Linz
(S4) and A2?

And so is Project Oberon Linux?

> Oberon V4, aka Linz Oberon was never running on bare hardware (except Ceres)
> but emulated on top of MS-Windows, Solaris (68K and Sparc), HP-UX, Irix,
> Amiga, OS2 ...

OK, but only on x86 Linux and there is no ARM Linux version that could
run on, say, Raspian?

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