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016- Can I do multi-tasking on a IIgs? or What is GNO/ME?




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This article is from the Apple II Programming FAQ, by Jeff Hurlburt with numerous contributions by others.

016- Can I do multi-tasking on a IIgs? or What is GNO/ME?

    GNO/ME is a programming shell (a command line environment) for the
Apple IIgs.  Designed as a replacement for the ORCA Shell, GNO/ME
works in a manner similar to the Unix operating system, providing
preemptive multitasking of multiple text programs, as well as many
Unix commands and library functions.

For GNO/ME information and software:

GNO Consortium- http://www.gno.org/a2archive/
GNO/ME USENET newsgroup (comp.sys.apple2.gno) and FAQs at
ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/apple2/GNO-faq

--Bryan Ogawa
    

 

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