Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 21st Jul 2006 21:32 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives Haiku's Axel Dorfler has stated that Haiku's networking stack is more or less complete. "the basic networking infrastructure should be more or less complete now. Also, when booted, and an interface is up, the stack should also respond to ARP requests. However, that it is more or less complete doesn't necessarily mean it will work fine - when implementing the protocols, we'll definitely find some rough or even missing edges, I'm sure." In addition, a week ago, the latest Haiku newsletter was released.
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RE[4]: Source Code
by Theophilos on Sat 22nd Jul 2006 21:19 UTC
Theophilos
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2006-01-20

Be licensed out to several companies. One of which was the Zeta. Then Be sold to Palm. Zeta exists because Palm couldn't/wouldn't nullify the license agreements.

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