Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 12th Mar 2007 17:38 UTC, submitted by sogabe
BeOS & Derivatives Haiku has its first distribution, but it's not coming from the Haiku development team. Pingwinek has just released GNU/Haiku 0.1.0, what is claimed to be (probably?) the first distribution of the Haiku operating system, coming from Poland. According to the Pingwinek home page, GNU/Haiku consists of the base Haiku system plus 40 packages ported from the Pingwinek GNU/Linux distribution, and it includes the GCC 2.95.3 compiler, several simple games, SDL, Midnight Commander, and ncurses. GNU/Haiku can be run from a HDD, in QEMU and VMWare or as a Live CD. Screenshots are available, and the images can be download from this page.
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poland
by macisaac on Mon 12th Mar 2007 19:45 UTC
macisaac
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2005-08-28

is it just me, or does there seem to be a number of interesting things (in terms of alternative OSes) from Poland of late?

(note, I'm not Polish)

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RE: poland
by michuk on Mon 12th Mar 2007 21:14 in reply to "poland"
michuk Member since:
2006-08-08

Polish remarkable distros:
- KateOS -- a new project, GNU/Linux desktop system, review: http://polishlinux.org/linux/kateos/kateos-live-32-beta-a-lightweig...
- PLD Linux -- old one, for servers mostly, lots of innovative features but they suck at marketing, short description: http://polishlinux.org/linux/pld/
- Aurox Linux -- a Fedora-based Linux distro, currentky targetted on Eastern European market and Germany
- Lintrack -- a Linux distribution for routers and for ISP providers, here's review: http://polishlinux.org/linux/lintrack/lintrack-linux-for-isp/

Have I missed something?
michuk

PS. Yes, I'm Polish ;)

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RE: poland
by kajaman on Mon 12th Mar 2007 21:21 in reply to "poland"
kajaman Member since:
2006-01-06

Yes, there is some interesting projects comming from Poland. It's amazing how often I download some new app, test it and look into credits, just to find out that main developer is some guy from Poland. I think we're going to catch our western neighbours from Germany soon (while they still rule in KDE community ;) ).

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