Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 5th Jul 2007 09:19 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews After interviewing Axel Dorfler yesterday, in this second installment of Five Questions, we interview Robert Szeleney, the main driving force behind SkyOS. SkyOS has been in development since the late '90s, but for the past few years, it has seen rapid development. Read on for Robert's answers to the Five Questions.
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SkyOS Beta Build 6753 Live CD
by jello on Thu 5th Jul 2007 20:23 UTC
jello
Member since:
2006-08-08

After changing my computer many moons ago the new beta build is the first SkyOS beta cd that boots.

For a one man show I can only say: "Good job!"


The hardware is a Turion 64x2 with 2 gig of ram and nvidia ToGo-6150 chipset/graphic.
The things that don't work are: networking (suppose the nvidia chipset is to new), thouchpad (but a usb trackball works great).
And of course not implemented stuff like wifi (iss fails to start too).

But I'm ok with that, because to date there is not even one Linux distro that works 100% out of the box either.

Robert, thank you for SkyOS.
Please keep working on it.

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