Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 16th Apr 2007 21:17 UTC, submitted by meianoite
BeOS & Derivatives Haiku enthusiast umccullough has posted two very interesting screenshots of Haiku. In the first screenshot, you see Haiku serving a web page using RobinHood, where the second one shows an XP box browsing said web page. The Haiku groupies axe murderers users and developers in #haiku explained, however, that people should not get the wrong picture; Haiku is not ready, in any way, for public consumption, nor is it capable of serving a web page for a prolonged period of time. Just so you know. Update: And another screenshot showing BeShare running on Haiku.
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by testadura on Tue 17th Apr 2007 08:37 UTC
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It keeps getting better and better :-)

Can someone tell me if it's more like Netserver or more like BONE? I mean, Haiku will be R5 compatible, so the this new networking stack must be Netserver compatible.

Since Netserver kind of sucks, Be created BONE. Will this new netstack be something like BONE (Unix-like) with a netserver compatible API?
Or is Haiku R1 only BONE compatible?

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