Linked by David Adams on Tue 28th Jun 2011 15:29 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes The Be operating system file system, known simply as BFS, is the file system for the Haiku, BeOS, and SkyOS operating systems. When it was created in the late '90s as part of the ill-fated BeOS project, BFS's ahead-of-its-time feature set immediately struck the fancy OS geeks . . . we'll take a look at the legendary BFS, starting with some filesystem basics and moving on to a discussion of the above features.
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Old article
by ptman on Tue 28th Jun 2011 15:49 UTC
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Written a year ago. Also I think there have been OSnews original articles about BeOS in the past. Why not link to one of those?

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Deja Vu?
by augiedoggie on Tue 28th Jun 2011 16:27 UTC
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Great article
by AndrewZ on Tue 28th Jun 2011 16:58 UTC
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I love this article. Very insightful.

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Speaking of SkyOS...
by bornagainenguin on Thu 30th Jun 2011 04:35 UTC
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Is it still too early to declare it dead? Or say "I told you so" to all the fools who rushed in blindly to toss away their money on a product that will never be delivered and was likely in violation of multiple software licenses?


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