Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th Sep 2006 16:05 UTC, submitted by sogabe
Zeta takes a first look at the ZETA's multiuser capabilities currently under development. This is "a first beta, usable but still incomplete and with bugs" reports ICO. The article uses screenshots to show what multiuser looks like in ZETA, and describes how to create user accounts, as well as some of the existing problems with the implementation which, hopefully, will be fixed before release. As Magnussoft told us a few days ago, multiuser support will be available as an update to the upcoming ZETA 1.21, but no release date is mentioned.
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by sbergman27 on Sat 16th Sep 2006 02:34 UTC in reply to "BeOS?"
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How 'bout "why should people who prefer BeOS derivatives have to defend their choice"?

Not that they seem to have any problem stepping up to the plate, anyway. ;-)

What a sorry, boring site this would be if everyone based their decisions upon what was the most popular.

Yeah, I'll agree that BeOS is not as cutting edge as it once was.

But other OSes still have a thing or two to learn from it.

I'm a Linux guy. But I appreciate the devotion of our BeOS brothers.

I only wish that the majority of them could reign in that minority who seem to want to attack X at every opportunity! ;-) Not that the Linux community doesn't have an embarrassing minority of its own!

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