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Software on BeBits compatible with haiku
by mmueller on Tue 23rd Feb 2010 08:57 UTC
mmueller
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2006-02-15

So Would most of the software on bebits be compatible with Haiku? Seems to be quite a lot on there.

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Luposian Member since:
2005-07-27

So Would most of the software on bebits be compatible with Haiku? Seems to be quite a lot on there.


Most, if not all, of the software on BeBits is now over at HaikuWare (the new owners/maintainers of BeBits). BeBits really needs to be shuttered, since BeOS is at the end of it's days.

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