/risk-icks/ (Or “RISC iX”) BSD-based Unix developed by Acorn Computers Ltd. (Cambridge, UK) to run on 32-bit ARM RISC processors.
RISCiX was launched circa 1989 for three production machines – the R140, R260, the discless R225; and other prototypes.
- Risc os
operating system (Reduced Instruction Set Computer Operating System) The operating system originally developed by Acorn Computers for their Archimedes family of personal computers. RISC OS replaced the Arthur operating system used on the first Archimedeses. It is written in ARM assembly code and distributed on ROM so it takes up no disk space and takes […]
computer The final addition to Acorn’s Archimedes family of personal computers, released in April 1994. The RiscPC allowed a second processor, e.g. an Intel 486 or a second ARM, to share the bus, memory and peripherals with the main processor. It also had full 24-bit colour graphics support. The Risc PC 600 (the first to […]
verb (used without object), rose, risen [riz-uh n] /ˈrɪz ən/ (Show IPA), rising. 1. to get up from a lying, sitting, or kneeling posture; assume an upright position: She rose and walked over to greet me. With great effort he rose to his knees. 2. to get up from bed, especially to begin the day […]
- Rise and shine
An expression used when waking someone up, as in It’s past seven, children—rise and shine! Originating as a military order in the late 1800s, shine here means “act lively, do well.”