Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 16th May 2006 22:02 UTC, submitted by Esox
BeOS & Derivatives IsComputerOn reports that Haiku now has OpenGL and DVB-T support. You will need Rudolph's drivers for it to work, naturally. IsComputerOn has more information and screenshots. "And the icing on the cake... Quake 3 also runs on Haiku in OGL! As you can see from the screenshots here and here over at [Beta]'s Flickr page."
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Nice work
by charlieg on Tue 16th May 2006 22:25 UTC
charlieg
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2005-07-25

Haiku is rapidly rising. It seemed doomed to us casual observers but a year ago but now it probably has more potential than most of the niche operating systems out there.

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