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Offline the_leander

Re: Haiku R1/Alpha 1 released
« Reply #30 on: September 23, 2009, 12:04:42 PM »
Quote from: JJ;523725
Was it fight club.


I can only suggest that you google "Rules 1 and 2 of the internet" and look for the resulting ED page.

:afro:
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Offline Karlos

Re: Haiku R1/Alpha 1 released
« Reply #31 on: September 23, 2009, 08:22:56 PM »
Quote from: the_leander;523726
I can only suggest that you google "Rules 1 and 2 of the internet" and look for the resulting ED page.

:afro:


:laughing:
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Offline yakumo9275

Re: Haiku R1/Alpha 1 released
« Reply #32 on: September 23, 2009, 08:48:39 PM »
you can always do a highly detailed and technical comparison of the two

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haikuos  ----------------------------------+
morphos2 --------------------------------+ |
amigaos4 ------------------------------+ | |
=======================================V V V
modern browers                         Y Y Y
can play classic miggy games natively  N N N
can play classic miggy games emulated  Y Y Y
has basic office suite                 Y Y Y
can play mp3                           Y Y Y
can read pdf                           Y Y Y
can view dvds                          Y Y Y
has memory protection                  Y Y Y
has good multitasking                  Y Y Y
can do memory paging                   Y Y Y
has rabid fans                         Y Y Y
small fast and light                   Y Y Y
do I need expensive hardware to run it Y Y N
do I need to buy a license for OS      Y Y N
Is this a niche hobby os               Y Y Y
will this post upset fanatics          Y Y Y
am I being serious                     N N N


hey look, its a wash except for the expensive hardware bit and cost to buy/register. :D
--/\\-[ Stu ]-/\\--
Commodore 128DCR, JiffyDOS, Ultimate 1541 II, uIEC/SD, CBM 1902A  Monitor
 

Offline the_leander

Re: Haiku R1/Alpha 1 released
« Reply #33 on: September 23, 2009, 08:49:33 PM »
Quote from: Karlos;523749
:laughing:


Well there was no way I was going to break that rule ;)
Blessed Be,
Alan Fisher - the_leander

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Offline the_leander

Re: Haiku R1/Alpha 1 released
« Reply #34 on: September 23, 2009, 08:51:48 PM »
Quote from: yakumo9275;523754
you can always do a highly detailed and technical comparison of the two

Code: [Select]


haikuos  ----------------------------------+
morphos2 --------------------------------+ |
amigaos4 ------------------------------+ | |
=======================================V V V
modern browers                         Y Y Y
can play classic miggy games natively  N N N
can play classic miggy games emulated  Y Y Y
has basic office suite                 Y Y Y
can play mp3                           Y Y Y
can read pdf                           Y Y Y
can view dvds                          Y Y Y
[B]has memory protection[/B]                  [B]Y[/B] Y Y
has good multitasking                  Y Y Y
can do memory paging                   Y Y Y
has rabid fans                         Y Y Y
small fast and light                   Y Y Y
do I need expensive hardware to run it Y Y N
do I need to buy a license for OS      Y Y N
Is this a niche hobby os               Y Y Y
will this post upset fanatics          Y Y Y
am I being serious                     N N N


hey look, its a wash except for the expensive hardware bit and cost to buy/register. :D


Since when has AmigaOS4 had memory protection?
Blessed Be,
Alan Fisher - the_leander

[SIGPIC]http://www.extropia.co.uk/theleander/[/SIGPIC]
 

Offline TheMagicM

Re: Haiku R1/Alpha 1 released
« Reply #35 on: September 24, 2009, 02:01:05 AM »
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haikuos  ----------------------------------+
morphos2 --------------------------------+ |
amigaos4 ------------------------------+ | |
=======================================V V V
modern browers                         Y Y Y
can play classic miggy games natively  N N N
can play classic miggy games emulated  Y Y Y
has basic office suite                 Y Y Y
can play mp3                           Y Y Y
can read pdf                           Y Y Y
can view dvds                          Y Y Y
has memory protection                  Y Y Y
has good multitasking                  Y Y Y
can do memory paging                   Y Y Y
has rabid fans                         Y Y Y
small fast and light                   Y Y Y
do I need expensive hardware to run it Y Y N
do I need to buy a license for OS      Y Y N
Is this a niche hobby os               Y Y Y
will this post upset fanatics          Y Y Y
am I being serious                     N N N





What is the "basic office suite" that MorphOS and AmigaOS has?  I dont see one.   A modern browser for MorphOS and AOS?  I think it depends on your definition of modern. (LOL)
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Offline Hell Labs

Re: Haiku R1/Alpha 1 released
« Reply #36 on: October 05, 2009, 11:35:38 PM »
Quote from: TheMagicM;523787
What is the "basic office suite" that MorphOS and AmigaOS has?  I dont see one.   A modern browser for MorphOS and AOS?  I think it depends on your definition of modern. (LOL)

Hey, OWB for os4 and MorphOS looks pretty damn good. Now if only the MOS team gets a finger from up their arse and releases the mac mini port, So I can actually get to see it in person.

Downloading Haiku now. I tried it ages ago but it wasn't much to write home about quality wise. Looked really interesting though.
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