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Fun with BeOS


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Tyger

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Having fun with an operating system called BeOS 5.0. Found an old disk and installed it on an even older computer. It's pretty snappy and the boot manager is very easy to use. The company that made it doesn't seem to be around any more, at least the links on the home page don't work.

Edited by Tyger, 05 January 2007 - 05:33 PM.

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Is it a linux core? Ive never heard of it before. Ill have a look at it!
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It is fun.

http://www.bebits.com/

I got the OS from here.

http://www.bebits.com/app/2680

Heres some pictures of a system.

http://toastytech.com/guis/b5pe.html

It's like running Windows 3.1( which i still do)

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Is it a linux core? Ive never heard of it before. Ill have a look at it!



IF I remember correctly, no it is it's own os. I think it sort of lives on under another name... I'll see if I can find out.
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