Miscellaneous Operating Systems/Hardware

Haiku Alpha 1 released

Haiku, an open-source clone of BeOS, released Alpha 1 of their system yesterday after eight years of development. I've been developing with it for a while; its a cool system, but painfully incomplete in some areas.

iBook G4 1GHz "Kursk" (PPC)
Terian Tiger 4 "Vyasma" (Itanium)
Boring Homebuilt "Voronezh" (Athlon X2)
RS6000 7044-170 333MHz/1GB
Man that's a nice looking partitioner lol, other OSes could take a hint.
:Indy: :rx2600: :Indigo2: :Indigo2: :Indy: :Indy:
let's try it with bosch or qemu on IRIX... :D

SGI or die !!!
:O2: :Octane2: :Octane: :Indigo2IMP: :Indigo2IMP: :Indigo: :Indigo: :Indy: :PI: :Crimson: :PWRSeries: :Onyx: :O2000R:
HP proliant DL 585 Quad Opteron dual core 2.5Ghz 16Gb
i hope it's not as buggy as their site :D

I have been playing with it for sometimes now and have to say that it makes me realize how BeOS has ahead in many areas.

Haiku is really nice and stable for Alpha! Microsoft and others should take note ;)

Hope this time people will take on this great OS!

Indigo2 Max IMPACT R10K 195Mhz, 1GB RAM DUAL HEAD
Indigo2 Max IMPACT R10K 195Mhz, 512MB RAM
Octane2 R14K 600MHz 2GB RAM V10 Pro
SGI 1400 Quad Xeon III 766Mhz 2GB Quad Voodo5 SLI
MacBook (MacBook3,1 ) OS X
MacBook Pro (MacBookPro5,3)
Hackintosh Q6700 @3.21GHz (saw as MacPro2,1) in G5 PowerMac casing with 9800-GTX2 SLI
Hackintosh [email protected], Dual GTX285
Linux i7 @3.2GHz, GTX480
Hackintosh OSX Server 10.3 ]Dual Quad Xeon 5420, FX1700