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Thread: HelenOS 0.5: Micro-Kernel Multi-Server OS Release

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    Default HelenOS 0.5: Micro-Kernel Multi-Server OS Release

    Phoronix: HelenOS 0.5: Micro-Kernel Multi-Server OS Release

    HelenOS 0.5.0 has been released, which is a micro-kernel multi-server open-source operating system...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTE1NzA

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    I really wish Phoronix would give Haiku OS some coverage. Possibly the best hobbiest OS I know.

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    And not to mention that Haiku is most likely the most feature complete hobby-os out there. It is much more mature then AROS or ReactOS and all others I know off.
    Actually I'm curious , do you guys know any other hobby-os as developed as Haiku or even more ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgstoian View Post
    And not to mention that Haiku is most likely the most feature complete hobby-os out there. It is much more mature then AROS or ReactOS and all others I know off.
    Actually I'm curious , do you guys know any other hobby-os as developed as Haiku or even more ?
    Maybe Syllable? Anyway, I really like where Haiku is going, too bad it doesn't have more developers...

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    Doesn't Syllable have like one guy developing it ? Back in the day it used to be king. But I don't know what happened , a few years back the project just died.
    Now even AROS is far ahead. It got wireless support , 3d acceleration. Actually AROS is on par with HAIKU maturity wise. But I still find HAIKU the one with the most potential. Makes more sense as a desktop os then linux.

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    Well Haiku doesn't have 3D support yet but its slowly in progress and couse use more contributors. That said it stays pretty up to date now with 2D driver support.

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