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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Wasn't really my idea...
by umccullough on Tue 17th Apr 2007 01:50 UTC
umccullough
Member since:
2006-01-26

I really have to give credit to Jonathon Thompson for the idea - I just grabbed the ball and ran with it ;)

Hugo has been pounding out the netstack fixes/updates lately which probably helped Haiku enough to pull it off - and of course, all the core Haiku devs are awesome!

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JonathanBThompson Member since:
2006-05-26

Thanks, Urias... at the relatively low bandwidth, this is a fairly light test, but it is useful to see where the holes still are in a real-life environment, and it has been useful.

Here's hoping soon your machine will peg your bandwidth without problems soon!

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