Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 5th Nov 2012 18:41 UTC, submitted by anevilyak
BeOS & Derivatives Some good stuff from Begeistert 026, the recurring get-together for BeOS and now Haiku programmers. A lot of work is being done on the debugger, the Auckland Layout Editor (which sounds very impressive), and the Haiku port to ARM. Haiku on ARM is getting closer and closer to booting - for now it ends up in Kernel Debugging Land (a kernel panic).
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by transputer_guy on Mon 5th Nov 2012 19:30 UTC
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Well I hope it eventually runs on my Raspberry Pi which arrived today which will go back to the US when I return. Should make an excellent platform for Haiku. Not so keen on the Raspbian yet, lots of learning to do.

UK stores like Maplin only want chipped and pin credit cards in person, or regular cards over the phone with UK shipping, no shipping to the US.

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by Morgan on Tue 6th Nov 2012 11:45 in reply to "3.14159265"
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There's more than just Raspbian (which I've found to be a tad unstable). There are at least two XBMC flavors for it, though there seems to be some contention between the two groups. Arch Linux is very solid on the Pi, and much faster than anything else. Bodhi Linux also released an image for it; I haven't tested it yet but I've heard good things.

Outside of GNU/Linux, there is the RiscOS port that was reported on here not long ago, as well as some bare metal OS coding examples if you're really deep into that stuff.

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