theom wrote:I don't think anyone's tried overclocking RPis running RISC OS, so you might be on virgin territory there...
I don't know what build you're running, but shutdown has been fixed in recent days (so if you hit 'reboot', it does, while previously it just crashed)
I was running the image from latish July, and haven't tried it since as I'm waiting for the hw mouse pointer version. (The uSD that it was running from(8GB) ended up getting sacrificed for my main Raspbian card anyways as a 2GB was NOT NEARLY enough for the full raspbian distro(c. 300M free) but I expect that it'll be plenty for RISC OS.)
OC: well, I OC'ed as raspbian was well, let's say sluggish, and 900MHz helped that out quite a bit(950MHz failed for me w/no OV and a 5V 1A PSU, kernel crashed during boot), so I tried out that for RISC OS and well that was a fail and so just fell back to 800 w/o trying anything in between.
Middle mouse button: I remembered reading on the wiki somewhere that apparently some images have a setting to change the mb mappings so that rb can be mapped to menu however it appeared to be missing from the rpi image(7/22 IIRC or around there). I'm hoping this gets added in eventually along with kb key modifiers for 2 button mice. (At this point I switched over to borrowing my new desktop's mouse with a scroll wheel that also acts as a 3rd (middle)button.)
Shutdown: that's good, as I wasn't sure whether or not just pulling power was going to corrupt something on the image. Apparently it didn't as I booted it again with a 3 button mouse which made it MUCH more useful(menus are handy). Then the uSD was sacrificed to raspbian...
So at this point I'm just waiting to see what happens and when hw mouse gets added and how all the fits about including sw packages in the pre-built images works out.
Yes, I go browse the particular thread in the riscosopen forum every once in a while, but for now I've been more interested in getting various emulators and so forth compiling and running under raspbian, or at least the ones that have received little apparent attention ATM.