Linked by Alfonso Martinez on Tue 20th Oct 2009 22:51 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives Since I encountered BeOS 5 Personal Edition, my experience with BeOS PE led me to purchase the BeOS 5 Professional Edition, which I used for some years. I am not ashamed to say that I love using this OS. After the demise of Be Corp., I still used BeOS as my "main OS" since it would do everything that I needed to do, except for gaming and academic works. I closely followed all the developments of the BeOS contenders after Be's fall... Until Zeta OS became the leading standard for a short time. I purchased every Zeta OS release that YellowTab produced. It is currently my favorite BeOS version today.
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by jscipione on Tue 20th Oct 2009 23:09 UTC
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Is this article a dup? I could swear I have seen a very similar one posted recently.

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RE: Dup?
by truckweb on Tue 20th Oct 2009 23:16 in reply to "Dup?"
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October 15, by Kevin Miller, using the Aspire One Netbook as a test platform.

It's not a duplicate, just 2 experience using Haiku.

And from this experience, LOTS of stuff need to be done because not many software seem to install correctly. Too many missing files for my taste. That's Alpha quality, I understand, but it needs to get better.

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RE[2]: Dup?
by BlueofRainbow on Tue 20th Oct 2009 23:33 in reply to "RE: Dup?"
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Two articles about one full week with Haiku Alpha R1.

Other article was mostly about hardware challenges (e.g. droped wireless connection).

This article is about software challenges. It is a good one and the details on how to go around them for the cases discussed can be used as blue-prints to resolve any other ones once sufficient courage has been gathered to dive in and install it.

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